Tag Archives: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden


Reviews

‘Making a Painting More Alive’: Charline von Heyl’s Hirshhorn Museum Survey Is a Master Class in Abstraction


News

Hirshhorn Extends Charline von Heyl Show Shuttered by Shutdown


Opinion Perspectives

Hirshhorn Museum Board Chair: ‘Because of the Government Shutdown, the Nation Is Getting a Taste of Life Without Some of Our Essential Culture’


Features The Top 200 Collectors

Wool Gathering: Janine and J. Tomilson Hill’s Dreams for Their Exemplary Collection Overlooking the High Line


Artists

‘Emotionally and Physically, You Have to Keep at It’: Mark Bradford on His Epic Painting Cycle at the Hirshhorn Museum, ‘Pickett’s Charge’


Previews

Summer Preview: The Most Promising Museum Shows and Biennials Around the World


Reviews

Bodies of Work: In Washington, Big-Ticket Blockbusters, a Bracing Permanent Collection Hang, Anne Truitt, and the Museum of the Bible


Artists ,

The Messenger: How a Video by Arthur Jafa Became a Worldwide Sensation—and Described America to Itself


News

Charline von Heyl Painting Survey to Travel from Germany to Washington, D.C.


News

Hirshhorn Museum Announces New Dates for Postponed Krzysztof Wodiczko Projection


Previews

Winter Preview: Museum Shows and Biennials Around the World


Acquisitions News

Hirshhorn Acquires Ragnar Kjartansson’s ‘Me and My Mother,’ Work by Shirin Neshat, Deb Sokolow


Previews

Acquisitions News

Hirshhorn Museum Acquires 11 Photographs by Japanese Artists