Philip Kennicott

Art and Architecture Critic, The Washington Post

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Best of museums 2018: It was a year to pay attention to new voices
December, 4 2018
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We’re missing the forest for the red trees
November, 30 2018
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British harpsichordist plays Bach with precision, clarity and finesse at Phillips Collection
November, 5 2018
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Is it a museum or not? The question is worth asking.
October, 12 2018
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Rachel Whiteread lets us imagine a world in which we don’t exist
September, 27 2018
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The country’s newest must-see museum is meticulous and quietly spectacular
September, 21 2018
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A powerful memorial in Montgomery remembers the victims of lynching
April, 24 2018
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In Paris, a major Delacroix exhibition that continues to explore his genius
April, 12 2018
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This would be the perfect time for the art world to address gun violence
April, 1 2018
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In the shadow of Picasso and Matisse, Paul Klee offered Americans something new
March, 30 2018
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The Met looks at the body, stripped of its old ‘whiteness’
March, 21 2018
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If America fails its people again, what will the catastrophe look like?
March, 15 2018
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One of the world’s greatest sculptors warns America about the NRA
March, 12 2018
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Pared down and dumbed down, ‘Don Carlo’ still dazzles at the Kennedy Center
March, 4 2018
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The wonderfully queer world of ‘American Gothic’s’ Grant Wood
March, 4 2018
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The 1980s New York art world was cynical and crass. Should we be honoring it?
February, 15 2018
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The Obamas’ portraits are not what you’d expect, and that’s why they’re great
February, 12 2018
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Is Crystal Bridges, in rural Arkansas, the most woke museum in America?
February, 9 2018
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Before Black Lives Matter, Black Power’s revolutionary art
February, 5 2018
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Did America’s great landscape painter fear progress and hate democracy?
January, 31 2018
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An art critic explains what the Guggenheim was really saying when it offered Trump a golden toilet
January, 26 2018
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The American Indian museum comes of age by tackling this country’s lies
January, 19 2018
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What did the men with Donald Trump do when he spoke of ‘shithole countries’?
January, 12 2018
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The Metropolitan Museum’s new admission policy sticks it to tourists
January, 4 2018
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The bodies of his work: Michelangelo’s muscular mastery is on display at the Met
December, 29 2017
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Forty years of sex and gender in the wilds of New York
December, 21 2017
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Five art exhibitions you really didn’t want to miss in 2017
December, 8 2017
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This painting might be sexually disturbing. But that’s no reason to take it out of a museum.
December, 5 2017
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Fighting a war over a war memorial
December, 1 2017
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A ‘Leonardo’ sells for $450 million. But what did the buyer actually get?
November, 16 2017
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The new Bible museum tells a clear, powerful story. And it could change the museum business.
November, 15 2017
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Mark Bradford turned a bloody Civil War battle into art that will haunt and entrance you
November, 11 2017
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They’re women, they’re black and they don’t make art about that
November, 2 2017
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Will the Obamas’ portraits be safe or edgy? A bit of both.
October, 13 2017
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The African American Museum a year later: Still the hottest ticket in town
September, 22 2017
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The White House may be chaos, but our old presidents are looking dignified
September, 22 2017
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Who mounts those ceramic plates or small glass sculptures at the National Gallery of Art?
September, 10 2017
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Dutch masterworks, fantasy figures and an outsize Civil War are fall’s highlights
September, 8 2017
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Washington, D.C., should have the Louis Kahn performing barge
August, 11 2017
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John F. Kennedy became a hero to American art lovers — but he wasn’t one himself
June, 19 2017
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Philip Glass in a warehouse, with lots of goth kids
June, 18 2017
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What to do with an ugly symbol of racial violence? Let the Smithsonian acquire it..
June, 1 2017
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Scrambling over ruins of the world’s lost great wonders
April, 20 2017
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A giant meditation on creation fills the Kennedy Center Concert Hall
April, 1 2017
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With aerialists, ribbons and Copland, the Shift festival begins
March, 29 2017
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Trump wants to cut the NEA and NEH. This is the worst-case scenario for arts groups
March, 17 2017
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It’s not an attack on the arts, it’s an attack on communities
March, 16 2017
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George Condo is not as complicated as he thinks he is
March, 16 2017
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George W. Bush’s best-selling book of paintings shows curiosity and compassion
March, 11 2017
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Roni Horn: Cool, collected and completely hermetic
March, 10 2017
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Philip Kennicott is a writer who has produced content for washingtonpost.com
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