Rarely have exhibit and venue been as perfectly matched as Marisa Baumgartner and the American University Museum. Her exhibit “Grand Avenues” scrutinizes—to the point of obsession—the traffic circles of Washington, D.C., from the famous (Dupont) to the obscure (the one without a name at 16th Street in Silver Spring). Not only is the exhibit space [...]
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"I never thought of myself as a collector" says Elisabeth French.
"Duncan Phillips was really what I would call a collector," she says. "Duncan had a real philosophy about art. I don't! I mean: Look!" She gestures to her collection, currently on exhibit in the American University Museum. Acquired over the last five decades, the collection [...]