Favorite art museum still shut down? These 10 are open—and worth visiting
THE WASHINGTON POST, Jan 8, 2019 >
Vested Values (through Jan. 29)—Complexity and vigorous juxtaposition are the hallmarks of this group show featuring more than 40 works by contemporary Mexican artists. Paintings range from the abstract to the photorealistic. Collage is a common technique, incorporating everything from shards of porcelain to borrowings from Picasso. And ‘stone’ sculptures turn out to be made of wax, resin, paper, cardboard and fiberglass. The art on view belongs to the Mexican government, which acquired it through an innovative program that enables artists to pay their taxes with their own creations.
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