Renowned avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson is putting on her largest-ever U.S. exhibit this spring. The Weather showcases some of Anderson's most memorable paintings, videos, performances, and installations—including over a dozen new works.
Standing at 13 feet tall, Abigail DeVille’s Light of Freedom should definitely be seen in person. She made the sculpture in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, and as a reflection on America's complicated relationship with liberty.
The entire second floor of the Hirshhorn is covered in the giant, monochromatic drawings of Toyin Ojih Odutola. The Nigerian artist chronicles a myth of her own making in A Countervailing Theory.
Marcel Duchamp's provocative, controversial paintings and sculptures permanently altered the way we create and consume art. It's Art If I Say So explores the legacy he left as one of the 20th century's most influential artists.