Transient: Impermanent Pairings merges technology-based art and what was once a live performance experience.
Four galleries straight out a science fiction fantasy — a cyberpunk cityscape, an interactive market, bustling alleyways, and an abandoned rooftop — all offer nature blooming in unexpected ways amidst a century of humanity’s outsized expansion in the latest ARTECHOUSE exhibit, Renewal 2121.
NHKS4220 Bar Illusion pays tribute to bars and restaurants amid the pandemic, transforming ARTECHOUSE’s own bar areas into immersive digital art.
It would surprise no one who has lived through 2020 that the Pantone Color of the Year was Classic Blue. But, with Crystalline, ARTECHOUSE takes the blues out of their doldrums and highlights instead their peace and tranquility.
DC’s Spring cherry blossoms may have blown away, but through the latest exhibit at ARTECHOUSE, Hanami: Beyond the Blooms, you will be blown away, too. Temperatures in the city are sweltering, but at ARTECHOUSE, it’s suddenly and spectacularly Spring. An exhibit meant to be enjoyed… Read More
The latest exhibit at DC’s Artechouse, Future Sketches, asks guests to imagine different possible futures — for the intersection of computation and design, for the interaction between humans and computers, and for an expressive augmented reality. Then it puts guests right into that future. “What… Read More
Want to see the Northern Lights, but can’t travel thousands of miles North to see them? ARTECHOUSE is beaming in the Aurora Borealis as its final exhibit of the 2019 season, which is actually festive for the holidays as well. AURORA: The Spirit of Northern… Read More
From June 13, 2019 through September 2, 2019 ARTECHOUSE presents the first major retrospective of the work of an award-winning Los-Angeles based Turkish born artist Refik Anadol at its Washington, DC art space. In taking the data that flows around us as his primary material… Read More
DC, you’re about to just be able to GO OUTSIDE and revel in those Cherry Blossoms. But if somehow that’s not enough for you… you’ll want to check out this kind of trippy/techy art installation that may make you feel like you jumped headfirst into… Read More