Visual Arts Archive

At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, A Small Retrospective of Esther Bubley’s Photography

Bubley's soft focus style highlights the National Museum of Women in the Arts' latest exhibition.

At Museum of the American Indian, An Exploration of Kay WalkingStick’s Art

The Museum's latest exhibition manages to fully explore the artist’s identity as a painter while focusing fully on her art.

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.

At Pyramid Atlantic, A Collaboration of Two Photographers Capture The American Counterculture

Photo collective team Sherwood True capture the American counterculture in "The Phoenix Project."

At the National Geographic Museum, Images of Joel Sartore’s Charismatic Megafauna

Joel Sartore is trying to document the world's 12,000 captive species.

At The Phillips Collection, A Small, Divergent FotoWeekDC Exhibit

The Phillips Collection's FotoWeekDC exhibit feels small and seemingly halfhearted.

At Hillyer Art Space, All Photographs Are a Stage

The three photographers currently on view are notable for their deliberate images, which doesn't leave a lot of room for spontaneity.

At Organization of the American States, Images of Rolls of Money and Calculator Paper Become Art

Mexican photographer Jesús Jiménez is obsessed with money. But not in the typical way.

At the Canadian Embassy, Images of Darkness at Noon

Acacia Johnson headed to one of the most remote places on earth for her latest exhibition.

At the National Museum for Women in the Arts, A Discussion on the Future of the D.C. Art Scene

And everyone had different ideas about its future.