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Posted at 6:43 PM ET, 04/25/2005

Art on the Go

By washingtonpost.com

Every time a new exhibit opens, most of us have the best intentions to see it right away, but weeks go by and suddenly that same show has come to its close. In the next few weeks, some of the top shows around town will hit the road. It may not be possible to squeeze all of them in your cultural calendar, but here are some worth hitting, while you can:

This weekend marks the close of the winning and whimsical sketches and models of "Doodles, Drafts and Designs" at the Octagon Museum and the striking "Rembrandt's Late Religious Portraits" at the National Gallery.

Ending May 8 are the Berthe Morisot show at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (a perfect stop after Mother's Day brunch?) and, at the Finnish Embassy, "Pop Fantasies: the Designs of Eero Aarnio." bubble chairs and all. That same day, the survey of Isamu Noguchi sculptures ends its run at the Hirshhorn.

May 15 marks the close of "Asian Games" at the Sackler, "Designs for Public Spaces" at the National Building Museum and the masterful photographs of Andre Kertesz at the National Gallery

-- Maura

By washingtonpost.com  | April 25, 2005; 6:43 PM ET
Categories:  Museums  
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