Genna Gurvich Courtesy of Mark Kelner and Galerie Blue Square Mark Kelner’s “Pravdada” (2012), inkjet print, on view in “Red!! Russian-American XXI c. Visions,” at George Mason University’s Atriu...
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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.
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A Hirshhorn exhibition celebrates the artist, but not on her terms.
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A Phillips Collection exhibition surveys the artist who documented Parisian nightlife.
Artist was a “colorist” with a mysterious technique who soon ditched his paints to draw.
Diseases come home to roost in “Migration of Pestilence” at Otis Street Arts Project.
“The art helps us not forget that history is made up of individuals and individual acts.”
Yayoi Kusama and Della Robbia anchor the spring arts calendar.
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Curator Margaret Weitekamp on the sci-fi show’s appeal.
Temporary exhibition in West Gallery will still feature all of the former leaders, including Obama.
“The Tin Woman,” Ken and Brad Kolodner, Substantial album release party and more.
Washington offers two spaces for the artist’s works, one intimate, the other monumental.
Exhibition at the IDB Cultural Center reflects many influences and cultures.
Her “From Here On Now” installation is the latest in the museum’s “Intersections” series.