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Explore installations, such as Chromosaturation, by Carlos Cruz-Diez, 1965, at the Hirshhorn until May 13. (Freer Gallery, SI)
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Jeffrey Milstein, an amateur pilot, has given the term “runway photographer” a new meaning, choosing landing aircraft as his subject. See his work in “Aircraft: The Jet as Art,” at Air and Space through November 25.

See the light
The Light and Space movement of the 1960s and 1970s brought an immersive element to art. Explore installations by five pivotal artists at the Hirshhorn until May 13.

Touch of Color
Korean ceramists began developing sanggam, a way of inlaying pigments, in the 12th century. Trace its evolution in “Cranes and Clouds: The Korean Art of Ceramic Inlay,” at the Freer Gallery.

Dress Codes
Clothes make the character in “You Must Remember This,” which showcases costumes worn by screen actors from Lauren Bacall to Daniel Radcliffe, at American History through the summer.

Artist, Inc.
When Steven M. Cummings posted a version of this 2009 self-portrait around the streets of Washington, D.C., he got the desired effect: People wondered, who’s that? “Artuaré,” an exhibit of his work at the Anacostia Community Museum through April 29, helps answer the question as it examines how he uses imagery to blur the lines between making art and building a brand.

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Aviva Shen is a reporter/blogger for ThinkProgress. Before joining CAP, Aviva interned and wrote for Smithsonian magazine, Salon, and New York.

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