“Within wait also comes hope.”
The show, which opened Saturday, promises via news release to transform the Smithsonian’s International Gallery into a “vibrant marketplace of Old Kabul.”
The Clarice’s latest offering centers on a 2006 Amish school shooting.
The one-man show version of the age-old tale is pretty delightful.
A new exhibit in the National Gallery of Art’s East Building features 15 of her most prolific works.
In first U.S. monograph, French artist shows depth and prowess.
Performed at The Clarice, the play is broken into 57 mini-stories.
So immersive, demanding and enthralling a show does not do well to dwell within walls.
"Mirrored Re-Collection" is open until Dec. 15th.