Articles by Dorothy Moss

Hassinger's film (above: Birthright by Maren Hassinger, 2005) is a powerful history of seven orphaned children, a story of stolen labor and stolen lives, a family chronicle “that came out of being enslaved, the aftermath of slavery,” says the artist.

Artist Maren Hassinger Has Spent Her Entire Career Mediating the Current Moment

Curators Dorothy Moss and Charlotte Ickes explore the artist’s story ahead of her arrival in the Capital City

Sam and the Perfect World by David Lenz, 2005

Here's What It Takes To Win the Smithsonian's Boochever Portrait Competition

Curator Dorothy Moss gives a hint at what the jurors might be thinking in this high-stakes competition