Computer generated screenshot of a unicorn flying over what looks to be a stadium. There is a woman riding the unicorn. JACOLBY SATTERWHITE
Birds in Paradise
Now on view
Computer generated screenshot of a unicorn flying over what looks to be a stadium. There is a woman riding the unicorn. LOST IN PLACE
Voyages In Video
May 14–August 20, 2021
Virtual Exhibition
Grid of faces of artists Miss your friends? Meet ours Collage of kids activities KIDS AT HOME
hands-on activities
Yayoi Kusama Installation view of Infinity Mirror Room—Phalli’s Field, 1965/2017, at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Stuffed cotton, board, and mirrors Courtesy of Ota Fine Arts ©YAYOI KUSAMA Photo by Cathy Carver Our reopening will be dazzling.
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Our building may still be closed, but the power of art—to bring people together, to offer inspiration, and to respond to history in real time—remains. Stay connected through your device, or bring your mask and explore our outdoor sculpture garden to meet our two new monumental sculptures.

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Craving a creative break? Kids of all ages (or the kid at heart) can stay engaged with unique projects released every week. 


Watch art that’s made for screens. On view now, our online video art exhibition explores our shared experience of the pandemic.

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Curator Marina Isgro on zoom with artists Camille Henrot and Akwetey Orraca-Tetteh


Ruminate with today’s artists on today’s issues. There are many ways to watch our artists talks, past and future. Ask your question now.


The Hirshhorn is planning two important projects: a revitalization of the Sculpture Garden and repairs to the Museum’s envelope. Each supports our mission, enhances visitor experience and resolves critical infrastructure needs.