Category: Art in the City

Framebridge Opens its First Retail Space

The online custom framing company launches its first brick and mortar on 14th Street today. Within five minutes of touring Framebridge’s first retail store on 14th Street with Washington-based CEO and founder Susan Tynan,...

Slow Down with Slow Art

After a $200 million expansion, the new and improved Glenstone museum in Potomac, Md. masters the art of relaxation through contemporary art. As visitors to Glenstone make the seven minute walk from the parking...

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...