Posts Tagged ‘Martin McDonagh’

ToDo ToDay: American Landscapes and the History of Fort Reno

The open road is so quintessentially American that it verges on cliché. The Smithsonian American Art Museum exhibit “Landscapes In Passing” follows this well-traveled route. The most engaging images come from Steve Fitch, in part because they’re carefully thought out rather than happenstance. The exhibit includes a few too many of Fitch’s images of a [...]

Arts Roundup: Constant (“Hide/Seek”) Comment Edition

Morning, D.C.
The National Portrait Gallery's "Hide/Seek"—which, you know, people were talking about late last year for some reason—closes after Sunday. WaPo's Jacqueline Trescott collects some of the comments visitors to the show have left, while Maura Judkis has a piece on What It All Means.
It has a very short run, so don't look for a [...]