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Summer Visual Arts Preview

Here are the museum exhibitions opening this summer that we are most looking forward to seeing.

The Auction Block

Breaking News: Weschler’s Moving to Rockville After 127 years in Washington, D.C., Weschler’s will move in June ...

Book Hill Art Walk, May 5

The Georgetown Galleries of Book Hill will host their annual Spring Art Walk this Friday, May 5, from 6 to ...

Toulouse-Lautrec at the Phillips Collection

This exhibition of the influential Post-Impressionist’s iconic and rare printed works is on view through April 30.

Herman Leonard’s Jazz Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery

In all of American art, there is no contribution more significant to history than jazz.

It is difficult to overstate ...

'Stuart Davis: In Full Swing' at the National Gallery

The retrospective of one of the deans of American painting runs through March 5.

A Refrain of Triumph Over Adversity: 'The Migration Series'

Jacob Lawrence's epic series is on view in its entirety at the Phillips Collection through Jan. 8.

'Scandinavian Pain' at the Hirshhorn

Welcome to America, Ragnar Kjartansson. We are also in pain.

A Joyful Reunion With The National Gallery's East Building

Three years ago, the National Gallery of Art began a major renovation and expansion of its East Building, one of ...

Chef Frank Ruta Leaving Grill Room

The James Beard Award-winning chef plans to open a new restaurant near his former place of employment, the White House.

The Auction Block

Doyle New York “Boats in Choppy Water Offshore,” 1865 Mauritz Frederik Hendrick de Haas (1832–1895) Auction Date: Oct. 5 ...

The Chefs Who Knew Him Best Remember Michel Richard

On Aug. 13, Washington, D.C., lost one of its culinary forefathers. Michel Richard, the legendary chef behind Georgetown’s ...

The Chefs Who Knew Him Best Remember Michel Richard

On Aug. 13, our city lost one of its culinary forefathers. Michel Richard, the legendary chef behind Georgetown’s Citronelle ...

‘The Greeks: Agamemnon to Alexander’ at National Geographic

If somehow we were allowed to redraw the party lines between ancient and modern history in this increasingly secular world ...

William Merritt Chase at the Phillips

The exhibition, subtitled "A Modern Master," runs through Sept. 11.

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