Artworks by the artist George W Bush are on view at the Washington Art Museum.
This gallery features work by some of the most influential artists in American history.
Artworks are being exhibited in this exhibition in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery, the National Gallery of Art, and the National Museum of American History.
You can watch a video of Bush talking about the exhibition here.
Read more Washington Art Museums’ mission is to “build bridges across the generations,” and to foster an understanding of American culture through the work of American artists.
Art exhibitions at the Smithsonian are one way to do that.
The museum’s art exhibitions are an important part of this mission.
They help us to understand what it means to be American, how we live here, and what our country is.
For more information about the Smithsonian’s National Museum, visit www.nmb.gov/about/museum.
We have a mission of celebrating the diversity of American life.
That includes art, the arts, the sciences, and all of its applications, from music to history.
Our art collection reflects our nation’s diversity, but also includes works by artists from around the world, including the works of Pablo Picasso, Louis B. Mayer, Robert Rauschenberg, Michael Ondaatje, and other great artists.
This is part of a broad portfolio that includes works in the visual arts, sculpture, film, photography, and more.
We hope to see you soon!