Willem de Kooning, Ruth Asawa, Mark Rothko, On Kawara, Charles Ray, and Eva Hesse among artists in inaugural installation at Pavilions.
The artist, whose work depicts government secrecy and surveillance, doesn’t look far beyond the surface
Ten artists make diverse and powerful statements in the annual “East of the River Exhibition.”
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.
“Baseball Americana” at the Library of Congress is just in time for All-Star Game at Nats Park.
A National Academy of Sciences exhibition highlights designs generated by computer.
Going against popular fashion trends, the artist created a look that was distinctly her own.
New museum director says financial crisis resolved
See work by Ralph Steadman and Aboriginal women, among others.
Desert Storm, World War I memorials get stuck in approval process
GWU Hospital scans a dinosaur’s skull to help the Smithsonian create a new exhibit.
After a $380 million project, Eero Saarinen’s iconic monument connects to the city.
Two of famed paleoartist’s paintings of long-lost environments will be featured in renovated Fossil Hall opening next summer.
The blowzy contemporary artist doesn’t deserve his retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum.
A stunning show at the Getty places us face to face with charismatic figures from ancient history
In “Impact,” Miranda Brandon captures vulnerable creatures lost to glass-wall buildings.
The new video by the Carters borrows from art’s power to propagandize on behalf of the powerful.
Major show, “In the Fields of Empty Days,” fails to provide crucial context.
An art critic reflects on soccer, art and beauty.
With new exhibits, historians depict the Founding Father’s relationship with the enslaved woman and her children.
Susan Fisher Sterling says female artists are not getting their due.