Category: Art in the City

Art in the City: Disrupting Art and Scene

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s Spring Gala featured Jennifer Rubell’s latest interactive art performance “Send in the Clowns.” Within my Google rabbit hole researching New York-based artist Jennifer Rubell, it didn’t take long...

Art in the City: Line in the Sand

The haunting virtual reality exhibit ‘Carne y Arena’ takes visitors on a border crossing journey that blurs the lines between art and politics.  Mud- caked sneakers, frayed wedges, torn up boots and other miscellaneous...

Art in the City: Obama Portraits Revealed

The National Portrait Gallery unveils the Obamas’ official portraits.  Art and politics crossed paths early Monday morning at the anticipated unveiling of Barack and Michelle Obama‘s official portraits, commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery. The...

More Than Meets the Eye

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, helmed by director Kim Sajet highlights lesser- known faces ahead of its 50th anniversary. Thousands of portraits line the walls of Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, from a painting of Katy...

Feature: Art of the Future

ARTECHOUSE strikes a harmonious balance between tech and art. ARTECHOUSE’s current exhibition,“Spirit of Autumn,” which runs through November 5, invites visitors to activate a digital rainstorm by clapping, or to dance and watch a...