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Anne Marchand, Pat Goslee, and Cianne Fragionne at The Katzen

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Jacob Lawrence’s “The Hiroshima Series”

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Cheryl Edwards at Home in Miami and at Art Basel-Miami

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Nina Simone: Four Women

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An Appreciation for African American Fine Art

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Ai WeiWei Lecture at Hirshhorn Museum DC

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News

Newsletter: Henry Burleigh and the Art of the Negro Spiritual. February 28, 2018

Burleigh Newsletter 180215   MAS Supports the PostClassical Ensemble’s  Deep River The Art of the SpiritualFeaturing Kevin Deas  New York’s Primo Bass-Baritone, who will sing Deep River and others in the genre tonight. ORDER TICKETS NOW   “The Henry Burleigh Story” at The National Cathedral February 28th at 7:30 PM (20% Discount with Code MASPCE) Featuring:  …

Brian Dailey’s “Words” at The Katzen

Brian Dailey’s multi-screen video installation WORDS is the artist’s investigation into the relationship between language, culture, and national identity and the challenges we face in our efforts to communicate key concepts across linguistic boundaries and national borders in the age of globalization. His virtual Tower of Babel is a contemporary turn on the Biblical story…

Hirshhorn Features Mark Bradford’s Cyclorama: Pickett’s Charge

#el-5dea550242a9d157563827496891 .video-aspect-ratio { padding-bottom: 56.25% } Internationally renowned artist Mark Bradford (b. 1961) debuted one of his largest works to date with Pickett’s Charge, a monumental new commission that spans nearly 400 linear feet. Bradford drew inspiration for this new work from French artist Paul Philippoteaux’s nineteenth-century cyclorama, currently on view in Gettysburg National Military…
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