New acquisitions and visitor favorites at SAAM examine the explosion of possibility in US art between the 1940s and today.
Fellowships at SAAM and its Renwick Gallery provide funding, collections access, and professional advancement to scholars researching US art, craft, and visual culture.
A month-long exhibition features six artists who address the untold stories missing from the national park.
A bill passed last week by conservative lawmakers threatens both the forthcoming museum and the Smithsonian’s existing Latino Gallery.
The museum said it would reevaulate its bag policy after a visitor with a disability was not allowed to wear their double-shoulder bag, which had medical supplies.
Biden’s decision to designate the monument comes amid a conservative-led push to sanitize and distort the history of anti-Black violence in the US.
Peruvian artist Ana Sofía Casaverde visited the National Gallery of Art to see Monet’s “Woman With a Parasol,” an artwork she painstakingly copied with a needle.
Over 1,000 artists and writers have signed a letter demanding the “immediate resignation” of Asian Pacific American Center Acting Director Yao-Fen You.
From Philip Guston to Dante’s Inferno and the Guerrilla Girls, the capital city is sizzling with remarkable art this season.
Yao has “withdrawn” from her role as director of the new Smithsonian museum amid an investigation of her conduct as the former leader of New York’s Museum of Chinese in America.
This new exhibition at SAAM explores the powerful resonances between video art and popular music.
Alston’s statue of author Willa Cather is the first by a Black artist in the collection.