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'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.

Robert Irwin at the Hirshhorn

The distinction between the rote act of seeing and the evolving eye of one's perception is at the heart of "Robert Irwin: All the Rules Will Change," on view through Sept. 5.

'(Art)Xiomas' at Art Museum of the Americas

In a new era of U.S.-Cuba relations, the exhibition helps audiences to see through the eyes of Cuban artists.

Martin Puryear’s ‘Multiple Dimensions’

There is a frequent dilemma in the perception of art that dates back at least to the 19th century. It ...

‘Symbolic Cities: The Work of Ahmed Mater’ at the Sackler

Since the early 20th century, Saudi Arabia has experienced extraordinary political, economic and social transformation. However, the only perspective that ...

This Friday: Spring Art Walk on Wisconsin Avenue

The Book Hill galleries open their doors for a night of open houses.

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