Murals made by children with their incarcerated fathers will be on display Thursday in D.C.
At 35 years old, Brazilian artist Rafael Mantesso was left with a bare, furniture-less white house and a bull terrier named Jimmy Choo after his divorce.
Are divorce tattoos a sign of strength — or a reminder of despair?
The country\’s biggest art show will be seen on more than 50,000 billboards
to D.C. and other cities this summer.
A new D.C. arts extravaganza of sorts: Emerging and local artists show their work this weekend.
Potholes have been transformed into art by two photographers.
\”Yoga: The Art of Transformation\” traces 2,000 years of yoga\’s history and the
visual culture of yoga from a disciplinary perspective.
Art After Dark, the museum\’s largest fundraiser for its educational and outreach programs, includes all the elements of an urban soiree. It takes place Aug. 29 at the Museum of the Americas.
When Mary Alice Jackson started taking pictures at age 6, she wasn\’t dreaming of one day
starting her own business behind the lens.
When Mary Alice Jackson started taking pictures at age 6, she wasn\’t dreaming of one day starting her own business behind the lens.
The Corcoran Gallery of Art is exploring the relationship between two
immense subjects with its new exhibit, \”WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict
and Its Aftermath.\”
Lila Asher\’s Chevy Chase, Md. house is filled with paintings, sculptures and prints that the 91-year-old artist created over nearly seven decades of work.
\”Artini\” featured bartenders from eight D.C. restaurants, which concocted special cocktails inspired by a work of art from Corcoran\’s collection.
Door knobs, door handles and metal levers. Who
knew \”Starry Night\” could be recreated with
The Fridge on Capitol Hill has become the unofficial center of the graffiti
art community and a space for performance artists to explore their
creativity thanks to founder Alex Goldstein.