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Natural Selections, Museum Photography by Chip Clark
April 30, 1998 – September 7, 1998

Natural History Museum
Duke Ellington Renaissance Man
April 24, 1998 – May 31, 1998

American History Museum
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: A History of American Sweatshops, 1820-Present Between a Rock and a Hard Place: A History of American Sweatshops, 1820-Present
April 22, 1998 – December 10, 1998

American History Museum
Project HOPE: Forty Years of American Medicine Abroad Project HOPE: Forty Years of American Medicine Abroad
April 17, 1998 – July 8, 1998

The history of "Health Opportunities for People Everywhere"

American History Museum
Three Generations of African American Women Sculptors: A Study in Paradox
April 13, 1998 – September 30, 1998

View works by 10 artists that trace the history of sculpture into the present.

A&I
Resonant Forms: Contemporary African American Women Sculptors
April 13, 1998 – September 30, 1998

See sculpture and installation art by 8 women artists that explores black women's representation and experiences.

A&I
Celebrity Caricature in America Celebrity Caricature in America
April 10, 1998 – August 23, 1998

Some 200 works explore the craze for celebrity portrait caricature in America between the World Wars.

Portrait Gallery
Marilyn Monroe in Korea: Newly Discovered Photographs by David Geary Marilyn Monroe in Korea: Newly Discovered Photographs by David Geary
April 1, 1998 – January 30, 1999

David Geary, a navy medic, created several memorable portraits of the Hollywood star when she entertained the troops in Korea in 1954.

Portrait Gallery
The Seneca Falls Convention The Seneca Falls Convention
April 1, 1998 – August 31, 1999

Held on July 19th and 20th in the year 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention was the first organized demand for women's rights and suffrage.

Portrait Gallery
Recent Acquisitions of Furniture
March 28, 1998 – July 5, 1998

Admire 7 gifts and promised gifts of contemporary studio furniture.

Renwick Gallery
Posters American Style Posters American Style
March 27, 1998 – August 9, 1998

Survey American poster design from the 1890s to the 1990s through 20 posters by some 90 graphic designers and artists.

American Art Museum
Faces of Time: 75 Years of Portraits from Time Magazine
March 20, 1998 – August 2, 1998

View 75 cover portraits commissioned by Time magazine from various notable artists.

Portrait Gallery
Directions: Kiki Smith: Night
March 19, 1998 – June 21, 1998

Works in black glass, bronze, & other media by this American figurative artist.

Hirshhorn Museum
Ella Fitzgerald: First Lady of Song
March 19, 1998 – May 31, 2006

Costumes, awards, photograph, recordings, scrapbooks, sheet music, and personal memorabilia examine the 60-year career of Ella Fitzgerald.

American History Museum
Olowe of Ise: A Yoruba Sculptor to Kings
March 10, 1998 – September 7, 1998

View 35 major works by Olowe of Ise (c. 1873-1938), who was commissioned to make sculpture for several Ekiti-Yoruba kings.

African Art Museum
Sakhi: Friend and Messenger in Rajput Love Paintings
March 8, 1998 – July 7, 1998

View 34 paintings, created in northern India between the 17th and 19th centuries, that highlight the role of the "sakhi" as confidante and messenger in Rajput love paintings.

Sackler Gallery
Inspiring Reform: Boston's Arts and Crafts Movement
March 6, 1998 – July 5, 1998

See 145 works—books, ceramics, furniture, jewelry, photos, and textiles—that examine Boston's contributions to the Arts and Crafts movement between 1890 and 1930.

Renwick Gallery
Poetic Landscapes: Two Chinese Albums
March 6, 1998 – July 5, 1998

See 21 illustrations from a Ming dynasty album 8 Views of Xiao-Xiang & Landscapes Inspired by Tang Poems by Liu Yu (1620-c. 1689).

Sackler Gallery
Robinson-Via Family Farm Collection
March 5, 1998 – May 12, 1998

American History Museum
America's Smithsonian
March 1, 1998 – April 12, 1998

An abbreviated version of the traveling exhibition America's Smithsonian returns home to Washington, D.C., ending its 2-year, 9-city tour with some 80 of the Smithsonian's most popular artifacts.

Ripley Center