Visual Arts Archive

‘Reneé Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman’ at the American University Museum, Reviewed

Reneé Stout's latest marries the rootworker’s art with modernism.

The Hirshhorn Is Hosting a 360-Degree Wall Drawing by D.C. Artist Linn Meyers

It will be the first solo show for a D.C. artist since 2003.

At Adamson Gallery, a Blurring of Lines in ‘Elemental Perspectives’

Adamson Gallery's latest blurs the line—sometimes literally—between photo and photorealism.

On the Road to Nowhere with Leigh Merrill at Flashpoint Gallery

About the closest one gets to seeing a human presence in Merrill’s world is in the detritus.

At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, a Discussion on Genderless Design

“Can design be genderless?”

Chris Earnshaw’s ‘District’ Time Capsule

Chris Earnshaw’s photographs are nothing you’d ever expect to see.

D.C.’s 10 Best Photography Exhibits of 2015

Featuring images from as far-flung as Hawaii and China to ones right here in our hometown.

At the AAAS, A Look at Artistic Losses in Syria and Iraq—and Efforts to Prevent Them

A review of the latest exhibit at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

More Than Words: The Best Photographic Images of 2015

The best images (and one video installation) shown this year in D.C.

At the Leica Store, A Well-Timed Photographic Exploration of the U.S.-Mexico Border Fence

Charles Ommanney's photos of U.S.-Mexico border fence are sparse and beautiful.