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To be honest, I didn't get some of the art exhibits. I guess that type of art didn't appeal to me. I enjoyed the sculptures in the garden and the statue of the naked elderly man really hit me emotionally. I really really love their...More
I don't remember the artist's name, but the artist with the obsession with the cardiac rhythm seems silly to me. [However, I'm a cardiac surgeon and the heart beating is rather old news to me.]
The other artwork was not memorable.
We've visited the Hirshhorn 4 to 5 times over 20+ years and it was always a favorite in DC. What a huge disappointment to visit the other day and discover they no longer display their stellar permanent collection! What happened? Now, with the exception of...More
Modern art is not really my thing but we have the Hirshhorn a go based on a friend’s recommendation. The gallery is easy to get on the National Mall and free to enter. Unlike others it is not too busy.
The pulse exhibition was interactive...More
This place is for Art lovers only. If you have a taste of Morden Arts and Sculptures then this is a must for you. The garden is full of thought provoking sculptures and artifacts.
There is a car crushed under a huge rock which is...More
While I didn't appreciate all exhibits, the experience of the building and the lower level exhibits were out of this world exciting. Our favorite and one not to miss is "Pulse" on the second floor. The engaged experience with one's heartbeat/pulse/and community aesthetics are so...More
Be sure to check online what’s open. The day I went most of the museum was undergoing changes for new exhibitions. I enjoyed the sculpture garden. Although it’s a free museum to enter, do homework ahead of time to enjoy this iconic building and works.
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It’s always been free when I have visited, even for the special exhibitions. Sometimes you need to reserve space for lectures, etc. but that was also free. Check out si.edu for all the latest info and enjoy! They also have... More
It’s always been free when I have visited, even for the special exhibitions. Sometimes you need to reserve space for lectures, etc. but that was also free. Check out si.edu for all the latest info and enjoy! They also have a handy app.