Photograph of "Great America" courtesy of the National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art
The museum recently acquired "Great America" (1994) by Chicago artist Kerry James Marshall. The acrylic-and-collage canvas is stretched directly onto a wall in the East Building Concourse Gallery.
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Carol Brown Goldberg has been a fixture on Washington's art scene since training under Gene Davis at the Corcoran in the 1970s. Her bronze sculpture "RA 054" is a seven-foot piece whose figurative qualities contrast with the more abstract sculptures dotting the Kreeger's 5½-acre property.
Photograph of "RA 054" courtesy of the Kreeger Museum
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Alice S. Kandell, a New York psychologist, author, and photographer, has collected Tibetan Buddhist art for four decades. This summer, she donated her collection to the Sackler. The star is a shrine room with 200-plus objects including Buddhas, bodhisattvas, and bronzes.
Photograph of Buddha courtesy of Arthur M. Sackler Gallery