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I stopped by the sculpture gardens two separate times. I didn't get inside the Hirshhorn Museum due to lack of time but with the gardens I got to walk around and down into. These sculptures are great. My favorite was the Drummer- rabbit.
Sculpture garden is nice. Went through the museum very quickly - mostly looks like school art class to me - did not evoke emotion. Outside there was a bizarre set up - several people seated in folding chairs passing yarn through their hands and reciting...More
This was our favorite museum when we visited the city 8 years ago ... and it was again on this trip. We love contemporary art and the layout and space here is wonderful ... so many fun things to see ... great gift shot ......More
The Hirshorn is often overlooked by museum goers as they traverse the mall in search of culture. The worse for them then as the museum is often uncrowded (even at the height of the summer season) and the diverse collection is one that would appeal...More
The Hirshhon is an unusual mix of art and sculpture in the Smithsonian complex on the National Mall. Sculpture garden. Modern art surrounding building. Several displays being refurbished inside. Went to see current art world superstar Mark Bradford's layered display in the round depicting Pickett's...More
I took advantage of their 12:30 daily free tour (there is also a 3:30 option) and our tour guide and small group walked through the Manifesto section. The beginning of the tour started off strong with an overview of popular movements and -sms in the...More
Art is weird now and the Hirshorn is full of weird things. You will have emotional responses like laughter, uncomfortable creepiness, and anger. Also a lot of “my kid could do that.” You will see somethings you like and many things you will hate. The...More
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It’s always been free when I have visited, even for the special exhibitions. Sometimes you need to reserve space for lectures, etc. but that was also free. Check out si.edu for all the latest info and enjoy! They also have... More
It’s always been free when I have visited, even for the special exhibitions. Sometimes you need to reserve space for lectures, etc. but that was also free. Check out si.edu for all the latest info and enjoy! They also have a handy app.