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The institution's third successful crowdfunding campaign will help to produce a box set of nine CDs and a 300-page book tracing the history of the American art form.
The object marks a milestone in the five-year renovation which will be finished in 2019
Mayer worked with local women, artists and activists to create the work, on view through Jan. 5.
Tickets for the first few weekends are almost gone, but midweek passes are available.
Benjamin Genocchio, married to Hirshhorn’s Melissa Chiu, previously worked at Artnet.
Tangled relationships raise questions about the museum’s status as a nonprofit entity.
After waves of revisions, the urban park is expected to open in 2020.
"Now Be Here #4" celebrates female artists working, often invisibly, in the Washington region. It is part of a project that aims to call attention to female artists.
The seven-year project will replace the 41-year-old building's mechanical systems, marble cladding exterior and upgrade many of its exhibitions.
An update on some of Washington’s museums