On November 8, 2016, real estate magnate, businessman, and reality television star Donald J. Trump completed a stunning rise to the presidency by defeating Hillary Rodham Clinton after one of the most volatile and divisive campaigns in recent memory.
This exhibition celebrates the finalists of the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. Every three years artists from across the country are invited to investigate the art of portrayal. The resulting juried exhibition showcases excellence and innovation in contemporary portraiture through a variety of media used by artists today.
This exhibition will travel and is available for booking.
Sheldon Scott presents Precious in Da Wadah, A Portrait of the Geechee. IDENTIFY is the National Portrait Gallery's performance art series, which focuses attention on activism, visibility, and experimentation through portrayal.
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery recognizes the life and accomplishments of professional golfer Arnold Palmer with an oil painting by Paul Burns installed in the museum’s “In Memoriam” space on the first floor.