Two new photography exhibits, running concurrently at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., through May 20, approach war in starkly different ways. These differences correspond to important differences in the experiences of soldiers a century and a half apart.
“Hide/Seek” aims to reshape our understanding of the American artistic canon, placing gay aesthetics at its center rather than its margins.
A review of “The Sacred Made Real” at the National Gallery of Art
A review of a new photography exhibit at the National Gallery
A review of the Edward Hopper exhibit at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Negotiating the authority of Scripture, tradition & experience
Why the hard-to-look-at ’Glitter & Doom’ is an art exhibit you can’t afford to miss.