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In haunting works by Ian McEwan and Robert Adams, I rediscovered the melancholy of fall, especially in 2020.

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Installations explore personal identity and attitudes through contemporary art

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Olalekan Jeyifous and Melanie Kehoss create broad-minded, open-ended monuments.

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Bartolomé Esteban Murillo's "Four Figures on a Step" is one of the most popular works at the Kimbell Art Museum

American Art and African American museums and National Portrait Gallery join the zoo and Udvar-Hazy in welcoming visitors.

Exhibits run the gamut exploring culture and consumerism.

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Alex Bag and Jason Yates skewer consumerism in “I’m Sorry You All Ended Up Here.”

The National Postal Museum might be the most relevant museum in Washington right now — even though it’s closed.

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Elizabeth Peyton's 'Barack and Michelle' paints the personal in the political, with powerful results.

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In 1971, Philip Guston was so mad at Richard Nixon that he turned out a brilliant sequence of political cartoons.

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In ‘The Room No. VI,’ the artist wanted to show real African American lives, even if everyone’s asleep.

‘Artina 2020’ spotlights eight artists from the Washington Sculptors Group.

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The doors are finally open again, and although the experience is far from normal, it’s rejuvenating.

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Giacometti recast sculpture as open, skeletal and fragile instead of weighty, solid and monumental.

The Middle East Institute’s online exhibition offers images of hope as well as heartache.

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Nicole Eisenman’s painting ‘Ariana’s Salon’ reveals fresh thinking at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum.

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Thomas Jefferson’s dream university confronts its past to get us talking about our future.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s ‘La Grenouillère’ is one of the first truly Impressionist pictures.

Contemporary pieces by Sterling Ruby and Huma Bhabha join the museum’s outdoor display.

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A long time coming, the Frank Gehry-designed monument seems somewhat out of place in this moment of time.

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