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Enrique Martínez Celaya’s “The First Kierkegaard”

As Carl Little writes in his review, “Enrique Martínez Celaya’s ‘The First Kierkegaard,’” Kierkegaard has been a constant source of inspiration for the Cuban-born painter Enrique Martínez Celaya, “one of a number of philosophers and writers whose work he has studied, absorbed, and responded to.” Little reports on… 592 more words


La Belle Époque of Toulouse-Lautrec on The Fine Books Blog

The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. will showcase nearly one-hundred drawings, posters, paintings, and prints spanning the career of French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901).  54 more words

Fine Books And Collections

10 Reasons to Visit the Phillips Collection

When you visit DC, your “to do” list is long: Capitol, White House, Supreme Court. The Vietnam, Jefferson, and Lincoln Memorials. The Washington Monument. Seventeen Smithsonian museums. 947 more words

News And Events

Dreaming of Doha: A Night Sponsored by the Phillips Collection

Thank you for letting me share…Images from the Dreaming of Doha event sponsored by the Phillips Collection and held in the Dock 5 space at Union Market. 125 more words

Experience This


Degas’ work L’Absinthe was legitimately booed when it put on display in 1892.

I’m more fascinated at the reaction of the woman (Ellen Andree). She must’ve found out that yet  61 more words


A Local Explores D.C. Like a Tourist

M and I took a break from our insane work schedules to enjoy the pleasant spring weather and explore D.C. I’ve lived in the nation’s capital for seven years, but sometimes I forget what a great city D.C. 679 more words