Bust a Move
Dancer Chita Rivera still performs in her 70s (Chita in Silhouette, 2005). "The Dancer Within," a traveling exhibit of 48 photos by Rose Eichenbaum, is at the Ypsilanti District Library in Michigan, April 5 through June 1.
The ancient Greeks minted coins with symbols of power (like this one featuring Zeus). See "Classically Greek: Coins and Banknotes From Antiquity to Today" at the Smithsonian Castle till June 1.
West Meets East
The profound influence of Asian art on James Whistler is seen in paintings such as this 1864 portrait of a woman wearing a kimono, now on display with 22 of his other works at the Freer Gallery.
"Always Becoming," by Pueblo artist Nora Naranjo-Morse, was chosen from more than 55 entries as the winner of the outdoor sculpture competition at the American Indian Museum, where it's now on display.
Rococo style—exuberant, opulent and theatrical—originated in 18th-century Paris (a c. 1735 console table). Track its evolution at the Cooper-Hewitt in New York City through July 6.