Expansive and rich, Superbarocco is long overdue.
The school’s Hood Museum buys the definitive collection of golden-age movie-star photographs.
With an expanded building and great collection, it excels at teaching students and locals alike.
Curatorial screeds distract from good artists, many from Brazil, unknown to Americans.
This unique institution needs to ditch bad portraits, for starters.
Some of its new acquisitions are booorrring and trivial, but its time-tested stars, in one of D.C.’s most beautiful buildings, still shine.
Katherine Fleming needs to focus on education and art, not politics and climate hysteria.