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Casualty of War
A sculptor's provacative memorial acknowledges the high cost of conflict
By Owen Edwards Smithsonian magazine, May 2005
An imaginative installation recalls an all-but-forgotten art movement
By Owen Edwards Smithsonian magazine, April 2007
Nothing Is Hands-Free in the Hirshhorn’s New Black Box
In the Hirshhorn’s new short film exhibit that opened yesterday, Black Box: Hans Op de Beeck, anonymous hands moving with a fluid, mime-like grace create stark, uninhabited set designs, in miniature.
By Jeff Campagna Around the Mall Blog, December 7, 2010
Getting Directions at the Hirshhorn
As humans, we are curiously fascinated by destruction–the destruction of reputations, of ideas and especially of things. That fascination is turned into conceptual art by the two featured artists of the Hirshhorn’s new exhibit, Directions: Cyprien Gaillard and Mario Garcia Torres.
By Jeff Campagna Around the Mall Blog, December 2, 2010
Everything is Coming Up Guillermo Kuitca at the Hirshhorn
When you think of maps, seating charts or architectural plans, does “art” immediately pop into your head?
By Jeff Campagna Around the Mall Blog, October 21, 2010