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Picture This: Time-lapse of Yuri's Office
May 21, 2015


A timelapse of the installation of Yuri's Office by Eve Sussman and Rufus Corporation.

As summer approaches, we know you're making plans for your summer getaway. If your destination is DC, we’d like to invite you to the Smithsonian American Art Museum as part of your visit. In a city of historical buildings, we are located a few blocks north of the National Mall in the third oldest federal building in the city, which was once the Old Patent Office Building. Only the Capitol and the White House are older. Within our galleries, Abraham Lincoln held his Second Inaugural Ball and Walt Whitman tended to the wounded during the Civil War. Our museum, its building, and most importantly, its art conveys the story of our country. But, just in case your children or grandchildren are reading this, it's also a fun place to visit.

The video above shows a behind-the-scenes timelapse installation of Yuri's Office by Eve Sussman and Rufus Corporation. It's now on view as part of our Watch This! Revelations in Media Art show. Here's a list of exhibitions we have up now and into the summer. If you have any questions, let us know.

Posted by Jeff on May 21, 2015 in American Art Here, Picture This


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Interesting video "Yuri's Office time-lapse installation"! Thanks for giving full details about exhibition in the summer.

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