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National Gallery of Art Nov 16
Skate into the holidays at the Gallery’s Ice Rink, opening on Monday, November 19! More information: . ⛸❄️
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laurak Nov 16
Whiteread at the - I cried, I laughed, it's brilliant.
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National Gallery of Art Nov 16
At 11, hear an exhibition gallery talk on "Corot: Women." [Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, "Italian Woman (La Morieri)," c. 1872, oil on canvas]
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National Gallery of Art Nov 15
In need of a tropical getaway on this snowy day? 🌿❄️ Stop by the Rotunda to see a display of vibrant plants and flowers designed and installed by our horticulture team.
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National Gallery of Art Nov 13
At 2, join us for a permanent collection gallery talk on "Homer: Women." [Winslow Homer, "Autumn," 1877, oil on canvas]
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National Gallery of Art Nov 12
Today from 12 to 4, visit the Education Studio (concourse level) for Drop-In Art Making. Experiment with different art materials and techniques in an informal, relaxed environment. (All ages welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult.)
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National Gallery of Art Nov 11
At 4, see the films "Blight" and "Home Suite":
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National Gallery of Art Nov 11
At 3:30, commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day 1918 with a program by Tapestry as they presents works of composers affected by the war, such as Ralph Vaughan Williams, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Claude Debussy, and Maurice Ravel.
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National Gallery of Art Nov 11
At 2, see "London," a lauded portrait of Britain’s capital by celebrated film essayist Patrick Keiller:
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National Gallery of Art Nov 11
Today from 12 to 4, visit the Education Studio (concourse level) for Drop-In Art Making. Experiment with different art materials and techniques in an informal, relaxed environment. (All ages welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult.)
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National Gallery of Art Nov 11
This is Darrell Johnson, one of the Gallery's security officers. He, like many of our officers, is a veteran. On we honor them and all who have served in the U.S. armed forces.
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National Gallery of Art Nov 10
At 2:30, see Luchino Visconti's "La terra trema." The film features a cast of nonprofessionals — mostly local fishermen of Aci Trezza, north of Catania — to portray the life of a Sicilian coastal village.
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National Gallery of Art Nov 10
As a working entity in support of artists’ filmmaking practice and community, the London Film-Makers’ Co-op was a space outside the commercial realm. At 12:30, see a selection of their films:
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Lexie Grüber Nov 8
Loved exploring the exhibition at the , an incredible retrospective of her 30 year career encompassing sculpture, photography, architecture, and more. Woman artists rock, and I’m glad to see the NGA feature them prominently.
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National Gallery of Art Nov 9
At 2:30, see Luchino Visconti's "Bellissima":
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National Gallery of Art Nov 9
At 2, join us for a permanent collection gallery talk on "Homer: Women." [Winslow Homer, "The Dinner Horn (Blowing the Horn at Seaside)," 1870, oil on canvas]
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National Gallery of Art Nov 8
At 1, hear a permanent collection gallery talk on Kay Sage, Grace Hartigan, and Eva Hesse: [Kay Sage, "A Finger on the Drum," 1940, oil on canvas, Corcoran Collection]
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National Gallery of Art Nov 7
At 2, join a permanent collection gallery talk on "Homer: Women." [Winslow Homer, "Autumn," 1877, oil on canvas]
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National Gallery of Art Nov 6
On , Colleen Browning's "Union Mixer," a color lithograph from 1975 (Corcoran Collection). 🗳️ ☑️
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National Gallery of Art Nov 4
At 2, join us for the Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art, "Against Titian," with Stephen J. Campbell, . [Titian, Italian 16th Century, "Saint John the Evangelist on Patmos," c. 1553/1555, oil on canvas]
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