In Washington DC, I visited the Smithsonian American Art Museum. My favorite piece in the whole museum was an installation called “Please Do Not Enter.”
Looking around and I don’t see a soul But it’s the moment that I cherish most and then I step unto the untouched sand take
– LET ME START BY COMPLIMENTING YOU ON BOTH PERFORMANCES. YOU WERE BRILLIANT IN “AMERICAN HUSTLE.” YOU ARE BRILLIANT IN EVERY SINGLE THING YOU DO.
Hello. Hello, Good Evening. Thanks for coming out. I’m David Wiegold, I’m the President of the DC Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers,
Ready? Good morning. I’m John Jacob McAvoy family curator for photography at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and it’s my pleasure to welcome you to
– music –
My name is Karen Lemmey. I am the curator of sculpture at Smithsonian American Art Museum. We are standing in the Octagon room space designed
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(man) Look at that guy’s hood. It’s so big! (Ian) Shut up! (warping sound) ♪ How many fools can I kill today? ♪ ♪ Too