On May 8th The “Wonder” exhibit at the Renwick Gallery will close. You have to see it.
In November the Renwick Gallery reopened after a two years renovation. This building was the first building in United States to be designed to be an art musuem in 1859. It is in front of the White House. When it was built it was known as « The American Louvre ». It usually showcases American craft and decoratives arts from the 19th to the 21th century.
To celebrate its reopening, the museum features an exhibition entitled « Wonder » featuring site-specific installations by nine contemporary artists. Every artist has taken a gallery and created large scale installations from unexpected materials like marbles or index cards. it’s a beautiful exhibit that you can easily visit with children. The masive works of art will impress them.
Admission is free. The gallery is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
Address : 1661 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC