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Paint by Number: Accounting for Taste in the 1950s Paint by Number: Accounting for Taste in the 1950s
April 6, 2001 – January 27, 2002

This exhibition highlights the paint-by-number fad initiated by Max S. Klein, owner of the Palmer Paint Co., and artist Dan Robbins and explores the cultural implications of the art fad.

American History Museum
Roberto Clemente Roberto Clemente
April 1, 2001 – January 25, 2002

One of baseball's great icons -- Roberto Clemente Walker (1938-1972), who was honored on 2 U.S. postage stamps -- is highlighted in this exhibition.

Postal Museum
The Underwater Web: Cabling the Seas The Underwater Web: Cabling the Seas
March 23, 2001 – March 10, 2002

Placing today's Internet in a historical context, this exhibition considers the technical and social issues associated with the creation of the international telegraph network.

American History Museum
Encounters with the Contemporary Encounters with the Contemporary
January 7, 2001 – January 6, 2002

See an exhibition of works by 32 African modernist pioneers selected from the growing permanent collection of contemporary and modern works of art.

African Art Museum
Chant Avedissian: A Contemporary Artist of Egypt Chant Avedissian: A Contemporary Artist of Egypt
November 19, 2000 – February 19, 2001

See a series of panels begun in 1991 by the preeminent contemporary Egyptian artist Chant Avedissian relating to current and historical Egyptian images, both representational and symbolic.

African Art Museum
The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden
November 15, 2000 – Permanent

This exhibition of more than 900 objects related to the 43 men who have held the nation's highest office explores the public, personal, ceremonial, and executive boundaries of the presidency.

American History Museum
Freeze Frame: Eadweard Muybridge's Photography of Motion Freeze Frame: Eadweard Muybridge's Photography of Motion
October 7, 2000 – March 15, 2001

This exhibition examines Muybridge's (1830-1904) career and his production of thousands of images that capture progressive movements within fractions of a second -- movements imperceptible to the human eye.

American History Museum
Identity of the Sacred: Two Nigerian Shrine Figures
September 24, 2000 – April 2, 2001

View two wooden sculptures -- one Igbo, the other Urhobo -- representing tutelary deities and ancestors found in two societies of southeastern Nigeria

African Art Museum
The Disability Rights Movement The Disability Rights Movement
July 6, 2000 – July 23, 2001

Marking the 10th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, this exhibition examines the history of activism by people with disabilities, their friends, and families to secure the civil rights guaranteed to all Americans.

American History Museum
Audible Artworks: Selected African Musical Instruments Audible Artworks: Selected African Musical Instruments
June 25, 2000 – April 8, 2001

See and hear a selection of musical instruments that demonstrate the formal inventiveness of African artists who have created objects that are a delight to both the ears and eyes.

African Art Museum
Artificial Anatomy: Papier-Mache Anatomical Models Artificial Anatomy: Papier-Mache Anatomical Models
May 13, 2000 – July 8, 2001

Examples from the museum's unique collection of papier-mache anatomical models constructed by French physician Dr. Louis Thomas Jerome Auzoux (1797-1880) are used to explore the history and educational use of such models for the medical and lay person.

American History Museum
Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga
April 29, 2000 – August 13, 2000

Commemorating the 1,000-year anniversary of the Vikings' landing in North America, this exhibition explores the impact of Leif Ericsson's journey and introduces new archaeological evidence that expands knowledge of early Scandinavian and North American life. 

Natural History Museum
Fast Attacks and Boomers: Submarines in the Cold War Fast Attacks and Boomers: Submarines in the Cold War
April 12, 2000 – June 1, 2003

This exhibition reviews the early history of submarines and their radical transformation after World War II.

American History Museum
In Search of Giant Squid In Search of Giant Squid
April 1, 2000 – May 6, 2005

Two preserved giant squids are on view. The rare Taningia danae is often referred to as the world's largest flasher because of its ability to flash brilliant blue-green light in the ocean depths. Architeuthis dux, displayed in the museum since 1983, is the world's largest invertebrate.

Natural History Museum
A Concrete Vision: Oshogbo Art in the 1960s
January 23, 2000 – October 22, 2000

View works by 11 Nigerian artists of the Oshogbo Movement, center of a major artistic renaissance.

African Art Museum
Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
January 3, 2000 – May 29, 2003

This exhibition includes paintings and sculptures from the 1820s through the 1940s. Artists included are Charles Bird King, George Catlin, Irving Couse, Olin Warner, Emanuel Leutze, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, and others.

American Art Museum
African Voices African Voices
December 15, 1999 – Permanent

This exhibition examines the diversity, dynamism, and global influence of Africa's peoples and cultures.

Natural History Museum
"Make the Dirt Fly!": Building the Panama Canal
November 20, 1999 – January 22, 2001

The history of the building of the Panama Canal.

American History Museum
On Time On Time
November 18, 1999 – July 9, 2006

The changing ways Americans have measured, used and thought about time during the past 300 years.

American History Museum
Tete a Tete: Portraits by Henri Cartier-Bresson
October 29, 1999 – January 9, 2000

Best known as the photographer who first captured the "decisive moment" on film in the 1930s, Henri Cartier-Bresson has been making portraits throughout his career as an artist and photojournalist. In 1997, on the eve of his 90th birthday, he created an exhibition (and a book with the same name), on his work covering five decades.

Portrait Gallery

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