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Charles Ferguson's "Watergate" will open the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival on Oct. 10 at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Alexis Bloom's "Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes" will close the festival on Oct. 13 at the Naval Heritage Center in Washington, D.C., which will be the site for all films... [Read More]
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It has been a remarkable summer for Tacita Dean in Britain. This versatile, genre-defying artist has enjoyed three concurrent retrospectives at the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Royal Academy, three of the biggest art museums in the UK. It is an honor not merely unusual for an artist still in her mid-fifties, but apparently unprecedented. And Dean is not done quite yet. At the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh, she is currently offering a kind of coda—one last exhibition for now, which runs until the end of September. It seems to be the final piece of the... [Read More]
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Most museum exhibits take three to four years from concept to wall. But the Portrait Gallery can get celebrity tributes up within 48 hours. [Read More]
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