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Trippy Floors

Jim Lambie. The Hirshhorn Museum’s lobby will resonate with visitors until October 2.

In Living Culture

Native basket weavers make new art from ancient stories, songs, ceremonies and techniques at the National Mall June 30-July 4 and July 6-July 11.

Saving Faces

U.S. explorers Janet and Frederick Wulsin, trekking in remote China in 1923, photographed—and hand tinted—a vanishing way of life. At the Natural History Museum through September.

The Bold and the Beautiful

William H. Johnson portrayed the Harlem Renaissance with bright, graphic flair. More than 40 of his prints sing at the American Art Museum through January 7.

In the Pilot’s Seat

Eric Long and Mark Avino's huge 4' x 7' photographs give an insider look at cockpits, putting you at the controls. Jetting around the country this year. Next stop: Spencer, NC.

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