Monaghan's 'Move The Way You Want' is the latest in the museum's commissioned series of contemporary art projects.
Fine and visual arts exhibits throughout the Washington, D.C. metro area for autumn and winter of 2022.
From Bach to Beethoven, from the American Pops Orchestra to the NSO, there's plenty of classical and choral music to delight everyone.
More than five dozen D.C.-area artists created works in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic put the Phillips Collection's 100-year history into sharper perspective
New York-based artist reflects on our present-day realities through a fictitious astronaut
The Phillips Collection offers a virtual "Gallery Tour" of "Riffs and Relations: African American Artists and the European Modernist Tradition"
Evelyn Hankins curates the Hirshhorn show "Threads of History"
This weekend, the D.C. Different Drummers’ Capital Pride Symphonic Band celebrates 35 years with a concert at the Atlas. Could there be a better way...
Five spaces to “chill” during your tours of area museums
“I’m embarrassed by some of the premature judgments of my youth,” Duncan Phillips wrote in 1927. That was roughly 14 years after the founder of...
''I think we all realize that what we might have liked in our 20s versus age 40 may be very different,'' says the Phillips Collection's...
“Kandinsky and the Harmony of Silence: Painting with White Border” provides a fascinating, in-depth look at Wassily Kandinsky’s creative process during the five months leading...
Until Labor Day, the Phillips Collection turns its popular monthly Thursday After 5 event, which mixes art and entertainment and offers food and cash bar,...
We've got the monuments, the memorials, the cherry blossoms and opportunities to catch your favorite politeratti in embarrassing situations. But two stalwarts of any good...