As galleries transfer programming online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve noted exhibitions worth checking out.
Young left nearly 2,000 works of art to his close friend and her family. An article in the Washington Post Magazine explains how, after Young’s death, a group of lawyers kept the works instead.
Young’s works tell the stories of individuals and communities, of dreams and disillusionment, and of the abysses between life, death, and eternity.
Interlopers and transplants convey the decay and loveliness of a place in works from 1750 – 1969.