Author Archive for Kriston Capps

At Museum of the American Indian, An Exploration of Kay WalkingStick’s Art

The Museum's latest exhibition manages to fully explore the artist’s identity as a painter while focusing fully on her art.

Sign Language: Renwick Gallery–Style Upgrades to Other D.C. Museum Façades

In which we propose other tacky upgrades to local museums.

The Hirshhorn Looks at the Uncomfortable—Yet Breathtaking—History of Surrealism

Review of "Marvelous Objects: Surrealist Sculpture from Paris to New York" at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden to Feb. 15

Smithsonian Adds Tacky (Temporary) Sign to Historic Facade of Renwick Gallery

Though it's unclear how long it'll stay up.

The Hirshhorn Sets Fundraising Record Off That New York Gala

Thus far, the museum has raised $1.55 million for its 40th anniversary gala

A Year After the Corcoran’s Collapse, the National Gallery Is Stepping Up

But The National Gallery of Art is planning to host an exhibition at the building formerly occupied by the Corcoran in 2018.

The Hirshhorn Commissions L.A.’s Mark Bradford for an Epic 360-Degree Fresco

It will be the largest indoor work the L.A. artist has ever produced.

Goethe-Institut to Leave Chinatown Home In December

The longtime German cultural center has been priced out of the neighborhood.

Meet The Washington Project for the Arts’ New Director, Peter Nesbett

In his first 100 days on the job, Nesbett plans to speak with 100 local artists about what they want the WPA to be doing.

A Major Contemporary Art Space Is Coming to Georgetown

Georgetown University's Walsh Building will soon be home to the de la Cruz Gallery of Art.