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The Barnes Foundation presents what it calls the first major U.S. exhibition of Valadon’s masterful work.

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Our collective experience of sadness, loss, serenity and calm is embodied in the color.

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Julie Bargmann, a University of Virginia professor, is the inaugural Oberlander Prize winner.

The Hyattsville center for print-, paper- and bookmaking brings together 40 works by art luminaries from near and far.

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Artist’s multiple techniques recognize and appreciate that materials have meaning.

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“The Weather,” on view at the Hirshhorn, is the largest Laurie Anderson retrospective to date.

Annibale Carracci’s "Boy Drinking," at the Cleveland Museum of Art, helped to usher in genre paintings.

The National Portrait Gallery celebrates the late Chinese American painter in “Portraits of Promised Lands”

  • Mark Jenkins
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A hopeful exploration of the future, the seven-month exhibition opens next month in celebration of the Smithsonian’s 175th birthday.

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The first major survey of the conceptual artist’s work in 20 years is at the Art Institute of Chicago through Jan. 24.

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Exhibit explores the spaces between technology, humans and nature.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The Hirshhorn was closed for 17 months, longer than almost any other Smithsonian museum, before reopening in late August.

But the more you look at “Nanny and Child,” at the National Gallery of Art, the more puzzling it becomes.

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“Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror,” a mammoth exhibition at the Whitney in New York and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, runs through Feb. 13.

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“Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror,” a mammoth exhibition at the Whitney in New York and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, runs through Feb. 13.

Jasper Johns's newest work, “Slice,” raises questions at the Whitney.

Diane Burko and Rebecca Kamen address climate change, covid and other faces of Mother Nature.

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Anne Marchand offers mixed media abstractions at a new apartment lobby exhibition space and Sara Dittrich explores climate change at Honfleur Gallery.

  • Mark Jenkins
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Formal ceremony at Smithsonian to mark return of 3,500-year-old artifact that had been on display at the Museum of the Bible in Washington.

A months-long, citywide celebration of Thomas’s art includes a major retrospective, a symposium and more.

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