The images in Victor Ekpuk’s “These Moments” pack a powerful punch.
The latest episode of “Historically Black” explores black love and marriage from slavery to today.
A search for a family connection led one man to an online forum and his great-great-grandfather's music.
Damon Keith is still crusading for justice as a U.S. Court of Appeals judge.
The exhibition, “Ai Weiwei: Trace at Hirshhorn,” opens June 28 and remains on view through the end of the year.
Works on display at Hillyer share creators’ interest in simplicity and industrial materials.
Sleuthing uncovers hidden works by Frédéric Bazille.
Carlos Luna’s “Green Machine” and Elzbieta Sikorska’s “Time Stands Still.”
Sky Stage is temporary, but an organizer who helped rebuild it says community interest has intensified.
The Library of Congress is exhibiting courtroom sketches.
The decisions behind choosing what art hangs and what goes into storage.
A survey of documentary photography chronicles intimate and evocative journeys.
Set to open in November, the attraction will provide a high-tech approach to the ancient text.
Enid A. Haupt Garden “one of few and great places where one can stop and relax.”
Blair Murphy’s “Footprint aka the Lansburgh’s Notebook” provides a portrait of the past.
“The cyclical path from pain to healing” is the theme at Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery.
Exhibition of three works by Kitagawa Utamaro, whose stature is legendary but whose life remains a riddle.
“Hive,” built out of more than 2,700 paper tubes, opens to the public on July 4 and runs through Sept. 4.
Noise, crowds and time restrictions hinder the Hirshhorn experience.
Small rooms attract the largest crowds.
Washington’s headquarters tent is among the highlights of the first museum devoted to the country’s earliest years.