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Points of View: Single Subject/Multiple Artists
October 14, 1994 – February 20, 1995

Admire 78 works that show how 16 individual sitters are portrayed by several artists in a variety of media. Subjects include Igor Stravinsky, Paul Robeson, and Albert Einstein.

Portrait Gallery
Good Offices and Beyond: The Evolution of the Workplace
October 4, 1994 – March 19, 1995

Visit an exhibit that shows how the physical world of the office has been altered in the past two decades in response to technology, new materials, and the changing nature of work.

Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
National Design Museum: A New Identity for Cooper-Hewitt
September 20, 1994 – March 19, 1995

Explore Drenttel Doyle Partners' process of creating the museum's new identity from the new name National Design Museum to a new graphic identity and logo.

Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Afro-Caribe: The Art of Dennis Mario Rivera
September 18, 1994 – November 13, 1994

See an exhibit of Puerto Rican artist Dennis Mario Rivera's works that focus on his homeland, the Caribbean, black heritage, and the magical realism that permeates Latin American art.

Anacostia Community Museum
Works by Jesse Trevino: New York, Vietnam, San Antonio
September 16, 1994 – January 8, 1995

This exhibition features 9 paintings and drawings by this photorealistic painter.

American Art Museum
Man on Fire: Luis Jimenez
September 16, 1994 – January 2, 1995

View 41 sculptures and graphics that highlight the themes this Mexican-American artist has captured in his work.

American Art Museum
Unwelcome: Moritz Schoenberger and the S.S. St. Louis
September 15, 1994 – April 10, 1996

Letters, documents, and photographs tell the story of Moritz Schoenberger, a Holocaust survivor who traveled aboard the S.S. St. Louis with Jewish refugees in 1939.

Postal Museum
The Structure of Style: Modernism in Dutch Applied Arts 1880-1930
September 13, 1994 – August 20, 1995

Examine Dutch Modernism through decorative arts from Art Nouveau through functionalism (1880-1930) in this exhibit.

Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Aerial Inspirations: Silk Batiks by Mary Edna Fraser
September 9, 1994 – June 4, 1995

Admire 50 of Mary Edna Fraser's large-scale, silk batik art works, which demonstrate the interplay of water, land, and sky patterns. Images are based on her own aerial photography as well as satellite images.

Air and Space Museum
Beyond Paper: Chinese Calligraphy on Objects
August 27, 1994 – April 21, 1995

Appreciate the varied uses of calligraphy on 36 utilitarian and decorative works, spanning the 7th to the early 19th centuries.

Freer Gallery
Sculptures from the Flames: Ceramics by Gustav and Ulla Kraitz
August 26, 1994 – November 27, 1994

View 28 sculptures by Swedish artists Ulla and Gustav Kraitz created using traditional Chinese techniques.

Smithsonian Gardens
Sculptures from the Flames: Ceramics by Gustav and Ulla Kraitz
August 26, 1994 – November 27, 1994

View 28 sculptures by Swedish artists Ulla and Gustav Kraitz created using traditional Chinese techniques of glazing and firing.

Ripley Center
Ancient Egyptian Glass
August 24, 1994 – June 12, 1998

View 15 glass vessels for storing scented oils, perfumed ointments, or cosmetics.

Freer Gallery
Black Mosaic: Community, Race and Ethnicity among Black Immigrants in Washington, D.C.
August 21, 1994 – September 4, 1995

See an exhibit that looks at people of African descent and their migration to D.C. area, and examine how perceptions of race, color, class, and ethnicity shape people's identities.

Anacostia Community Museum
An Introduction to the Carnegie Mansion
August 16, 1994 – August 20, 1995

Visit an exhibition that introduces the history of the mansion now housing the museum.

Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Imagining Families: Images and Voices
August 15, 1994 – February 28, 1995

Using mixed media, 15 current American artists weave family images into statements on U.S. culture.

A&I
Landscape As Culture: Photographs by Lois Conner
August 14, 1994 – May 30, 1995

See how 87 platinum photographs, taken with a 100-year-old banquet camera, reveal the intersection of nature and humanity in China and South Asia.

Sackler Gallery
Gems of Hawaii: The Honolulu Advertiser Collection
July 29, 1994 – October 16, 1994

This exhibition of rare stamps traces the history of the Hawaiian Kingdom, its rulers, and the political change that swept the territory in the 19th century.

Postal Museum
Directions: Jeanne Dunning
July 21, 1994 – November 2, 1994

This first solo exhibition by this Chicago-based artist features some 25 color photos, mostly new work from the 1990s.

Hirshhorn Museum
Gertrude Kasebier, Photographer
July 8, 1994 – October 2, 1994

This exhibition features portraits and experimental and avant garde photographs by this pioneer art photographer, who was a leader in the Photo-Secession movement at the turn of the century.

Portrait Gallery