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The American Indian
WASHINGTON, D.C. ARCHIVES
A BRIEF LOOK BACK, A LONG LOOK FORWARD
by Fred Stern 6/28/05
D.C.'s National Museum of the American Indian.
by Sidney Lawrence 6/9/05
D.C.'s Corcoran Biennial is a little flat.
N. F. Karlins 3/15/05
"Rembrant's Late Religious Portraits" at the National Gallery of Art.
by Sidney Lawrence 2/18/05
Figurative paintings by Gerhard ter Borch, Kelly Towles and Ian Whitmore.
by Sidney Lawrence 11/16/04
The Indian Museum, the 14th Street corridor, Penn Quarter, Dupont Circle, more.
by Tyler Green 8/26/04
Sally Mann is the most personal artist in America.
ONE WITH EVERYTHING
by Sidney Lawrence 8/4/04
Photographer Nikki S. Lee finds emotional truth in cliché.
SOLID AS ROCKWELL
by Sidney Lawrence 6/22/04
Four Freedoms: Paintings that Inspired a Nation.
by Tyler Green 5/18/04
The new National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
by Tyler Green 4/28/04
Asking: "Why Jim Dine?"
by Tyler Green 3/17/04
A painting revival, via works by Joy Garnett and Ian Whitmore.
by Tyler Green 2/12/04
Shiny happy things in Carter Potter's film-strip paintings.
by Phyllis Tuchman 1/15/04
Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg at the National Gallery of Art.
by Tyler Green 1/2/04
Video art by Gillian Wearing, George Stone and Brandon Morse.
by Sidney Lawrence 12/29/03
Trolling the National Gallery, catching Picasso, Bearden and some French aristocrats.
by Michèle C. Cone 12/17/03
Picasso's portraits of Fernande at the National Gallery of Art.
by Tyler Green 10/27/03
With Nathan Oliveira, nothing matters but that figure.
FUN AND FLATNESS AT THE CORCORAN
by Sidney Lawrence 10/27/03
The chilling sculpture of J. Seward Johnson.
by Glenn Dixon 10/13/03
J. Seward Johnson, Jr., and the perils of populism.
by Tyler Green 10/9/03
The Wal-Martists make art for the consumer century.
D.C. ART CENSUS: TWO VIEWS
"Census 03: New Art from D.C." at the Corcoran Gallery
D.C. Diary by Tyler Green
Stand Up and Be Counted by Glenn Dixon 9/11/03
by Sidney Lawrence 9/7/03
A Victorian epicenter at the Smithsonian's crafts gallery.
by Glenn Dixon 9/5/03
Getting sleepy at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
by Tyler Green 8/22/03
"Gyroscope" and the future of the Hirshhorn Museum.
by Glenn Dixon 8/13/03
Marsden Hartley's emotional and intellectual allegiances.
CLOTHES MASK THE MAN
by Glenn Dixon 6/25/03
Maria Friberg and the iconography of male power.
by Tyler Green 6/17/03
"Ethiopian Passages: Dialogues in the Diaspora."
FACE OF THE NATION
by Glenn Dixon 6/5/03
18th-century portrait sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon at the National Gallery of Art.
by Tyler Green 5/9/03
Patrick Wilson and Susan Smith-Pinelo at Fusebox.
by Tyler Green 4/16/03
New energy on the contemporary art scene in the nation's capital.
by N. F. Karlins 4/9/03
Retrospectives of Gainsborough, Vuillard and Kirchner, all at the National Gallery of Art.
ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 8/9/01
Chinese commemorative portraits at the Sackler Gallery in Washington, D.C.
by N. F. Karlins 3/12/01
"Botany and the American Quilt" at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C.
LETTER FROM D.C.
by Ellen McBreen 4/20/00
The real and surreal--together, as usual in the nation's capital.
by N. F. Karlins 12/28/99
Old Master Drawings -- and works by Shahzia Sikander -- on view in Washington, D.C.
by Christopher French 7/29/99
Art goings-on in the nation's capital.