All posts tagged "museums"

  • Galleries and Museums in D.C.

    Museums and galleries often see their role as one of spotlighting and analyzing pivotal events and developments. So it should come as no surprise that...

  • Gallery and Museum Exhibits for 2012 in DC, MD, VA

    When it comes to museums, D.C. is a big name. The name Smithsonian, for instance, is iconic. Certainly it lives up to that name this...

  • Dragons have overrun the Textile Museum

    “Dragons, Nagas and Creatures of the Deep” is a playful, colorful exhibition presenting a global selection of textiles depicting dragons and related fantastical creatures of...

  • Robert Ryman at The Phillips Collection

    Coinciding with the artist’s 80th birthday, Robert Ryman: Variations & Improvisations presents Ryman’s ongoing examination of painting, including the effects of light and shadow and...

  • Yves Klein at The Hirshhorn

    This is the first American retrospective of the influential French artist Yves Klein, whose talents span from composing to photo-conceptualizing to performance art to judo...

  • Art by the Yard at The Textile Museum

    Art by the Yard: Women Design Mid-Century Britain focuses on three women designers pivotal in transforming Britain from a country devastated by World War II...

  • Museums and Galleries

    1708 GALLERY 319 W. Broad St.Richmond804-643-17081708gallery.org 20th Annual Art Auction — ”Home Is Where The Art Is” is the gallery’s largest fundraising event of the...

  • Artful Experience

    Quick, think of a gym. Here are some of the things you likely just pictured in your mind: racks of weights, sweaty bodies, spinning classes,...

  • Art History

    Peter Stebbins remembers meeting David Jamieson when the two entered the University of Vermont as freshman in 1983. ''I came home to find a gathering...

  • Urban Assets

    The architecture-driven artwork of Joey Manlapaz leaves the viewer with a strong impression -- an impression of structural fortitude, of form's pas de deux with...