Think you’ve seen it all? Think again. Here are eye-opening objects to ponder, culled from the D.C. area’s art scene. Vote for your favorites, and recommend others we might have missed.
Part of the Phillips Collection's photography show "Left Behind," Darren Almond's "Six Months Later" is actually 1,440 separate photos, taken at one-minute intervals over the course of 24 hours. Although it depicts a corner of the artist's studio, the subtly changing light puts it in the tradition of color field painting. It's also a way of visualizing the passage of time. Michael O'Sullivan Buy Photo