The Barmecide Feast is an exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. The room was created by Simon Birch, as a replica of the neo-classical hotel room in the movie.
No Spectators, at the Renwick Gallery, is an exhibit of art from Burning Man. And there are several large sculptures on the surrounding streets, including:
The Do Ho Suh exhibit, Almost Home, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum shows his fabric re-creations of the spaces he has lived in. Both meticulous and mesmerizing, the structures convey his memories of home and displacement.
Digital cherry blossom exhibit at Artechouse.
From last night’s Evening at the Edge, one in a series of nighttime programs at the National Gallery of Art.
Krzysztof Wodiczko’s work, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C. (1988), has been projected on the Hirshhorn Museum for the last three nights. It is a restaging of his original work, created for the Hirshhorn 30 years ago. On the other side of the Hirshhorn, above the entrance, is the logo developed by the AIDS protest group ACT … Continue reading Hirshhorn at night
I always like to start the year by photographing around the city, but in today’s frigid weather, I went inside five museums on the Mall. Favorite exhibits: Subodh Gupta’s Terminal at the Sackler Seeing Ai Weiwei’s Trace again, on the closing day of the exhibit.
The Michelangelo exhibit at the Met is one of the most crowded exhibits I’ve ever been to. Since most of the works shown are small drawings, it was pretty impossible to see them with an unobstructed view. So here is the Sistine Chapel ceiling replica, and the gift shop.
Hockney has been pretty much my favorite painter for a long time. Awesome to see this exhibit at the Met. I’ve got books with the paintings in them, so I didn’t need to take photos of the paintings by themselves, but it was crowded enough that people were conveniently in front of the photos.
Exhibit at the Natural History Museum, NYC