Posts Tagged ‘National Gallery of Art’

Arts Roundup: Cat Music Edition

Plus: Arlington is getting a new low-power FM radio station

At the National Gallery of Art, Simple and Not-So-Simple Gifts

The NGA's latest is a mish-mash of photo gems and misses.

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

In which we propose other tacky upgrades to local museums.

Arts Roundup: Corcoran Rising Edition

Plus: Ed Walker, host of WAMU's The Big Broadcast, is retiring.

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.

At the National Gallery of Art, a Tiny Exhibit Flips Rapidly Through Landmark Photobooks

The National Gallery of Art's latest photo exhibit fits into what is basically a vestibule.

A Brief History of Time (and Memory) at the National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery’s survey of photography could have been called “Talented Photographers Get to Play with Some Really Cool Shit.”

Photo: Sally Mann at National Gallery of Art

Sally Mann signing her memoir, Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs at National Gallery of Art, June 21st.

How the National Gallery is Finally Giving an Unsung Renaissance Painter His Due

Art-swapping and big restoration projects behind the scenes of Piero di Cosimo's first major solo retrospective

Gauzy, Haunting Platinum Photos at the National Gallery of Art

One turn-of-the-century photographer made a painting-like portrait by applying developing solution to the photo paper with a brush.