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Other shows offer a sense of space, a North Korea critique and innovative prints

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Project pairs Spanish works with ‘responses’ from Washington counterparts

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Proposed executive order favors classical architecture and points to a design group gaining power within the administration.


‘Future Sketches’ stumbles in an effort to merge the silly and the serious

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New exhibition puts the Sahel on the map — and the visitor inside the region’s unique art culture.

Curators at the National Museum of American History are compiling objects to illustrate the latest chapter of the Trump presidency.

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Two shows depict the influence of Zen Buddhism in symbolic and frisky ways

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Janet Echelman’s “1.8 Renwick” offers a chance to step away from harried daily life into a space of seductive beauty.

At this Potomac museum — so dystopian yet dreamy — these works are worth a close listen.

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This beloved son of Los Angeles was a major painter with an eye for the richness of ordinary black lives, and he was just getting started.

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This painter took part in one of the most famous exhibitions in history. Why haven't we heard of him?

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A large National Gallery exhibition surveys a fabulously rich city at the height of its wealth.

Collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum has been steadily downgraded since plans were unveiled in 2015.

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Works of Lincoln Mudd also featured in tribute show depicting his influence and inspiration

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A major, long-forgotten series by the celebrated black artist begins a two-year, nationwide tour.

‘Color Wheel’ is a site-specific installation of 30 stirring, monumental canvases.

The National Portrait Gallery chose five museums — from Brooklyn to L.A. — to host the paintings starting in June 2021.

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The Freer Gallery displays the enormous riches of its collection of the Japanese artist’s works, many of which can’t leave D.C.

A quilting group inspired by Trayvon Martin’s death is at the center of an online controversy.

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After its photo-altering blunder, the holder of the nation’s records may need to get out of the exhibition business.

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