Urban skylines, rendered in paintings and drawings, are the focus of Binder's new exhibit at Studio Gallery.
The DC Center reopens its doors to the public with a striking, sensual exhibit by a bold local photographer
Nicholas Party's artwork, formed from 100 individual pieces, helps put history in revealing context at the Hirshhorn
The exhibit features atmosphere, color, digital imagery, and emotion projected in 360-degrees across ginormous screens
The exhibit features 29 wire sculptures across Hillwood's 13-acre estate
Works by Dane Winkler, Emily Fussner, and Patrick McDonough are on display at the contemporary art center
More than five dozen D.C.-area artists created works in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
David Amoroso explores the icons who inspired him in the '60s and '70s
The in-person exhibition reveals how nine artists approached their art during the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic put the Phillips Collection's 100-year history into sharper perspective
Kanevsky's exquisite, intricate flowers stand in for the real thing at the grand estate and museum
Virtual show celebrating Al Hirschfeld's works reflecting on Thornton Wilder's "Our Town"
The current spring season will last through May, featuring creatives in discussion with Hirshhorn curators
Touchstone is temporarily thriving as an online-only operation
Performance developed in response to Philip Livingston's art