Posts Tagged ‘flash mob’

The Hirshhorn’s Hair Moment: Trippy!

In "Suprasensorial," the Hirshhorn's exhibit of immersive, overstimulating light works by Latin American artists, the room containing "Cosmococa—Program in Progress, CC1 Trashiscapes" presents some welcome understimulation. In his review of the show, City Paper's Kriston Capps wrote, "The loungey installation, which features low-flung futons and a stoner-rock soundtrack, is basically a sample of coffee beans to [...]

Arts Roundup: Today’s Heat Would Melt the Bubble Anyway Edition

Someday, the Bubble?: The Hirshhorn Museum was supposed to be decked out with a giant bubble early next year. Wait, maybe October 2012. Maybe never, but possibly eventually, Tyler Green at Modern Art Notes reported yesterday. Green couldn't get any bubble updates out of the Hirshhorn museum's recent board meetings, and when a museum spokesperson was asked if the [...]

Imagine What Random Art Could Do for D.C.

There was an article in The New York Times’ arts section this past Sunday that I only just got around to reading—but have become completely enchanted with. The story is about pop-up arts performances that are occurring in cities around the country, courtesy of the Knight Arts Program, which is part of the John S. [...]