The Month In Art – Washington DC

Washingtonian.com’s After Hours blog highlights art in Washington museums this month. Some of the highlights include:

The Hirshhorn Museum is hosting a retrospective of German abstract painter Blinky Palermo’s work from February 24 through May 15.

“To Make a World: George Ault and 1940s America” opens March 11 at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, running through September 5.

The Renwick Gallery’s Craft Invitational returns March 25 through July 31.

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Courtesy of washingtonian.com

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