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A performance artist makes DC his stage; we preview the upcoming season at Wolf Trap; funk musicians go back to their roots; an artist uses company logos to transform public space; and pioneering works of contemporary video at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
A treasure trove of wartime art; the science behind a dancer's leap; exploration of how dance is used to explore horror and hope; a photographer whose passion has brought him peace; a century's worth of works at the Phillips Collection.
A writer and activist revives an overlooked Renaissance man; fire sparks creativity; the man and house behind desert modernism; the enigmatic eye of a prolific street photographer.
WETA meets up with local artist Mia Feuer to discuss her stunning new exhibition, "An Unkindness" at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design. Inspired by sights witnessed during the artist’s international travel, Feuer’s structures examine the interaction between the synthetic and natural worlds.
WETA Around Town panelists Janis Goodman and Peter Winant join host Robert Aubry Davis for an extended discussion on the Hirshhorn Museum’s new exhibit, Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950. This breathtaking new exhibit explores destruction as a vital part of artistic expression and the creative process and features 90 works in a wide collection of media.