Tag: National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery’s <i>Unseen</i> Exhibit is Halfway There

National Portrait Gallery’s Unseen Exhibit is Halfway There

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05/02/2018

50 years ago, the National Portrait Gallery opened its America’s Presidents exhibit, which has since become one of the Smithsonian’s landmark tourist destinations. As the Portrait Gallery celebrates its history, it has also established a space to reflect on the American history of portraiture. Unseen: Our Past in a New Light opened in March and…

Historic Presidential Portraits Offer Comfort, Inspiration

Historic Presidential Portraits Offer Comfort, Inspiration

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02/19/2018

By now, the stunning portraits of President Barack Obama and Former First Lady Michelle Obama are all over the internet. We’ve seen the President’s pensive gaze framed with striking green foliage and the First Lady’s undeniable coolness captured in gray and blue. But on the morning of Feb. 12, special guests and members of the…

National Portrait Gallery Tells Story of America Through Reopened <i>America’s Presidents</i> Installation

National Portrait Gallery Tells Story of America Through Reopened America’s Presidents Installation

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03/31/2017

With its reopening and new additions, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s America’s Presidents exhibition traces the legacy of the American presidency through 44 holders of the office. After closing for renovation on Feb. 26, the exhibition reopened on March 23 and will be open through Sept. 4. The popular collection now includes two portraits of…

Duplicity as Identity Exhibits our Development

Duplicity as Identity Exhibits our Development

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10/15/2014

Photographs of a woman wearing a bear suit, black-and-white hands, and a maid floating in a swimming pool all collide in the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition “Portraiture Now: Staging the Self”. This show, which runs until April 12, 2015, displays works by six 21st century Latino artists. Their work represents people in the process of…

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