Why The Washington Color School Project?

The emergence of the WCS in the 1960s is part of the story of Washington’s development into a world capital in period after World War II. [Read More]

Washington Color and Light at the Corcoran

Washington Color and Light makes a strong case for the idea of curating shows from a museum’s own collection, rather than hosting traveling exhibitions …  [Read More]

Gene Davis Writes ArtForum, 1967

Gene Davis takes to his typewriter to correct a critic’s mistaken assumption — one that has endured. [Read More]

Paul Richard, “The Color School’s Pedigree “

Paul Richard gave a captivating talk Monday night. His lecture, “The Color School’s Pedigree”, kept the packed room engaged for a full hour as he covered the history of the Color School from its beginnings to its end, and overturned several of the generally-accepted legends about the artists and the community in which they worked. [Read More]