The National Gallery of Art launched a new artwork guessing game inspired by the super-popular Wordle.
An exhibition at the National Gallery of Art will trace the technique’s development through Europe, starting in the late 1700s.
There were three “minority interns” at the National Gallery of Art in 1991. I was the “Hispanic” in the group.
The DC institution has expanded its holdings of work by Black artists from the American South with a recent acquisition from Souls Grown Deep.
Last month, four museums announced that they would postpone the retrospective to 2024, citing the need to better contextualize KKK imagery in Guston’s work.
I talked to Kaywin Feldman to ask why the museum chose to delay the show by the well-known American artist.
With more than 300 works drawn from 66 Japanese institutions and 30 American collections, this is likely one of the largest exhibitions of Japanese art that a generation of Americans will ever see.
With the government shutdown continuing into the new year, Smithsonian museums, along with the National Zoo, must prepare to close as well.
The night of “Ascension,” one Islam’s most mystical and striking themes, has inspired Sikander, whose self-portraits are artistic manifestations of this magical journey.
Crossing the bridge to the free-form empiricism of the Impressionists, this show delights in the visual spectacle of life.
This week the Corcoran’s board announced that over 99% of the works from the gallery’s collection will stay in DC, with the vast majority going to the museum at American University.
Seventeen current and former guards spoke to the Washington Post, alleging that their complaints are routinely ignored or suppressed by higher-ups.