Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C., 1967-74
(Gordon Bunshaft, SOM)
"Bunshaft’s Bunker" on the National Mall has been temporarily transformed into a 360-degree convex screen by multimedia artist Doug Aitken, creator of a monumental site-specific film "Song 1." On view nightly from sunset to midnight, Aitken’s installation runs through May 13th. A symposium and concert performance will celebrate the exhibition’s closing on May 11th. More info here: http://bit.ly/rpCe6T

Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C., 1967-74

(Gordon Bunshaft, SOM)

"Bunshaft’s Bunker" on the National Mall has been temporarily transformed into a 360-degree convex screen by multimedia artist Doug Aitken, creator of a monumental site-specific film "Song 1." On view nightly from sunset to midnight, Aitken’s installation runs through May 13th. A symposium and concert performance will celebrate the exhibition’s closing on May 11th. More info here: http://bit.ly/rpCe6T