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Casitas: An Urban Cultural Alternative
February 1, 1991 – June 30, 1991

Learn about the style and use of  "casitas," a Caribbean architectural form, and see one built on-site by members of the Puerto Rican community from the Bronx.

A&I
Lincoln and His Contemporaries: Photographs by Mathew Brady from Frederick Hill Meserve Collection
February 1, 1991 – July 12, 1992

An exhibition of 60 prints made from the original Mathew Brady glass plate negatives of mid-19th-century Americans, including Abraham Lincoln and P.T. Barnum.

Portrait Gallery
Principles of Flight
January 31, 1991 – March 31, 1991

Visit a hands-on interactive exhibit that helps children understand how planes fly.

A&I
Project Face to Face
January 31, 1991 – March 30, 1991

This exhibition includes life masks of people from all walks of life who have been diagnosed as HIV positive.

A&I
Paper and Clay from Modern Japan
January 20, 1991 – March 17, 1991

Visit 16 works on paper and 11 ceramic objects by well-known 20th-century Japanese artists  on exhibit for the first time.

Sackler Gallery
Featured Object: Garden Pin
January 1, 1991 – January 28, 1991

Marvel at the playfully shaped silver and enamel elements that make up a storybook garden diorama in this pin, by one of America's most important studio jewelers.  

Renwick Gallery
Paramount Chiefs of Sierra Leone: Photographic Portraits by Vera Viditz-Ward
November 21, 1990 – September 2, 1991

View 38 black-and-white and 10 color photographs of paramount chiefs of Sierra Leone by American-born photographer Vera Viditz-Ward.

African Art Museum
Gathered Visions: Selected Works by African American Women
November 18, 1990 – April 28, 1991

See contemporary performance art, paintings, prints, and sculptures by 15 African American women of the Washington, D.C., area.

Anacostia Community Museum
Moscow: Treasures & Traditions
November 16, 1990 – February 3, 1991

View more than 200 works of Russian art dating from the 15th to the 20th century, including icons, paintings, engravings, fine metalwork of gold and silver, porcelains, and historic costumes.

Ripley Center
Glassworks, Part II
November 9, 1990 – September 15, 1991

See glass objects that range from architectonic structures and stained glass to figurative sculpture, in works by William Morris and Ginny Ruffner. 

Renwick Gallery
Glassworks, Part I
November 9, 1990 – February 3, 1991

Visit glass objects that range from architectonic structures and stained glass to figurative sculpture, by 5 different glass artists. 

Renwick Gallery
Traditional Iroquois Clothing
November 7, 1990 – March 10, 1991

See intricate bead and ribbon work that decorates these modern items of clothing created by Sheila Smith (Oneida).

American Indian Museum New York
Directions: Boyd Webb
November 1, 1990 – January 27, 1991

A selection of large-scale color photography by this New Zealand-born, London-based artist is on view. 

Hirshhorn Museum
Featured Object: Storage Jar (Columnar Series)
November 1, 1990 – December 18, 2013

See a wheelthrown utilitarian vessel, is part of a suite of tall, columnar, lidded vessels made in the 1980s by Val Cushing.

Renwick Gallery
Mondo Materialis
October 16, 1990 – February 24, 1991

See over 120 collage panels that use innovative new materials created by international architects, interior designers, and artists. 

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Chinese Lacquered Furniture
October 14, 1990 – July 14, 1991

Visit 4 examples of Chinese lacquered furniture from the 15th to the 18th century.

Sackler Gallery
Antoin Sevruguin: Photographs of Iran
September 30, 1990 – May 27, 1991

View photographs by Antoin Sevruguin, who worked in Iran from the 1880s to the 1920s.

Sackler Gallery
18th-Century Scenic and Architectural Design
September 25, 1990 – December 30, 1990

See 70 drawings and engravings of theater and stage design by the Galli Bibiena family from the National Collection of Portugal.

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Modern Turbine Engines
September 24, 1990 – Closed

Investigate the CFM International CFM56-2 turbofan and Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 123 turboprop engines, representative of engines developed in the 1970s and 1980s and used today to power many medium- and short-range transport aircraft.

Air and Space Museum
RAP 25th Anniversary Exhibition
September 18, 1990 – December 31, 1990

View photomontages of Discover Graphics and Discovery Theater.

A&I