Norse Soul on the Second Floor of the American University Museum
Katzen Museum 2nd Floor Exhibition4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
The Legacy of Edvard Munch, Social Democracy, Old Myths, Anarchy and Death Longings
Saturday, June 12-Sunday, October 17
Norwegian contemporary art from the 1930's until today represented through a broad selection of works taken from the four artists: Arne Ekeland (1908-94), Marianne Heske (b. 1946), Bjarne Melgaard (b. 1967) and Marthe Thorshaug (b. 1977).
This exhibition is …more
BG Muhn: Love Affair of the Empress and Luciano Penay: Time, News, Paintings, and Natural Forms
Katzen Museum 1st Floor Exhibition4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
BG Muhn: Love Affair of the Empress
August 31-October 17
BG Muhn's first installation work is an ambitious and stunning series of invented "portraits" of mythical Chinese empresses. Using techniques ranging from deadpan official Chinese portrait style to composing a face out of hundreds of houseflies glued to the canvas, Muhn uses the work as a metaphor to reveal the dark side of human nature. …more
RE-VISION: American University Alumni
Katzen Museum 3rd Floor Exhibition4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
August 31-October 24
This second alumni show in the American University Museum has been selected by Art Department faculty members Tim Doud and Zoë Charlton and museum director and curator Jack Rasmussen.
Alan Binstock: Way-stations
Katzen Sculpture Garden4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
August 31-October 24
Washington sculptor Alan Binstock will present a series of new works for the Sylvia Berlin Katzen Sculpture Garden integrating steel and glass to create monumental forms.
Jazz Mazurkas: Solo Piano Recital by Artur Dutkiewicz
Abramson Family Recital Hall4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Embassy of the Republic of Poland Consular Division in cooperation with Polish American Arts Association presents "Jazz Mazurkas" inspired by Fryderyk Chopin's compositions, a solo piano recital by Artur Dutkiewicz celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Fryderyk Chopin's Birth."
Artur Dutkiewicz presents several of his own jazz mazurkas influenced by Chopin and Polish folk music, connected with …more