Posts Tagged ‘Arts in Review’

Arts in Review: The Most Memorable Images of 2010

For the second straight year, this critic is offering a top 10 list of the most memorable images of 2010. Only two exhibits below—the International Photography Competition at Fraser Gallery and the Timothy O’Sullivan retrospective at the Smithsonian American Art Museum—also made my top 10 list of the best exhibits of 2010, which suggests that [...]

Read Our Arts in Review Issue!

It was, undoubtedly, the Year of the Anty Christ.
Leading off Washington City Paper's Arts in Review issue is critic Jeffry Cudlin's lengthy consideration of the controversy surrounding the removal of a David Wojnarowicz video from the National Portrait Gallery's "Hide/Seek" exhibit, as well as, well, the rest of the exhibit. He calls "Hide/Seek" a game-changing exhibit. [...]

Arts in Review: The Year in Cartoons

Other papers may pick what they think were the best cartoons of  the year. Here at the City Paper, we're doing it differently. We've asked some local cartoonists to pick their favorite piece that they made over the past year and share it with us.
David Hagen was first to respond:

He says: "For some reason I [...]