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Touchstone and H-Space exhibitions present artists’ takes on today’s America

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‘My Iran: Six Women Photographers” spotlights the diverse work of contemporary female photographers from Iran.

How two Maryland painters interpreted the poetic words of young patients reflecting on their medical journeys.


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Eight jewel-like works in a new exhibition underscore how bad Albert C. Barnes’s vision truly was.

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Artist Refik Anadol’s retrospective draws from ocean currents and meteorological reports.

  • Mark Jenkins
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Was it Stendhal Syndrome or low blood sugar? I know it happened. I don’t need to know why.

The transit agency originally rejected ads for the Phillips Collection’s summerlong show.

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His exhibition at Brentwood Arts Exchange includes pieces that evoke science experiments.

  • Mark Jenkins
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An exhibition explores how our rivers, and our earliest cities, still shape us today.

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The visionary who inspired Pollock and de Kooning is the subject of a long-awaited exhibition in Boston.

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The video loop “Out of the Abyss” is the centerpiece of the exhibition at VisArts.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The archive of 4 million images will be shared by the Smithsonian museum and the Getty Research Institute.

  • Perspective

A show at the Portland Museum of Art reveals how the school broke barriers between craft and art.

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Confronting corporate evil is making waves in the art world, and making institutions nervous.

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“Flesh + Bone III” is at IA&A at Hillyer; “Dennis Lee Mitchell: Smoke Drawings” is at Gallery Neptune & Brown.

  • Mark Jenkins
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‘I Am . . . Contemporary Women Artists of Africa” showcases many disparate voices.

  • Perspective

A Hirshhorn exhibit, “The Evidence Room,” spotlights the architecture of Auschwitz, exposing the many banal contributions of ordinary people “just following orders” to a colossal moral failure.

At the National Gallery of Art, there’s a new look for “The Life of Animals in Japanese Art.”

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Superb show at the Phillips Collection restores good faith to a subject more often today used cynically.

The tablet inscription is likely to move with the Newseum, which sold its Pennsylvania Avenue building in January.

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