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So many wonderful #instavangogh pictures last night! Thanks to everyone who helped make #Phillipsafter5 a blast

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Dir. Dorothy Kosinski channeling #vangogh's Postman. Get your own beard cutout ! #instavangogh

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Caught Gramming! Follow us on Instagram and show us your pictures of 's Bear http://goo.gl/2elSW

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"Dark curtain/Shiny floor/Blue chair/White light/I win." More poem responses on the blog: http://goo.gl/oSdqc

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Imagine you painted this work. What would you name it? http://goo.gl/fBT4w

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You talkin' to me? You can't avoid Giacometti's Monumental Head, on view just inside our doors http://goo.gl/JLDt5

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This William Christenberry photo is especially fitting for All Souls Day. Read why: http://goo.gl/XSvNi

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The rest of Xavier Veilhan's works for (IN)balance to join The Bear very soon!

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Video streams as ppl file in. GWU Assistant Prof of Art History Alexander Dumbadze at left, Jackson at right #CWA

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Installing Xavier Veilhan's giant bear sculpture at the corner of 21st & Q this morning!

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A peek at works from the Phillips in To See As Artists See at . More on the blog: http://goo.gl/EuKUB

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Tweet a pic w/ your bike in front of for $2off a Per Kirkeby exhibit tkt #BikeDC #DanishStyle

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Anybody else still donning a not-so-temporary tattoo at work today? Thanks to all who came out!

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Honoré Daumier is today's featured artist on Cavetocanvas.com. Visit the Phillips to see "The Uprising" in person. Image: Honoré Daumier, The Uprising (L'Emeute), 1848 or later. Oil on canvas, 34 1/2 x 44 1/2 in. Acquired 1925. The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.

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One month left to see Antony Gormley: Drawing Space. Hear from curator Vesela Sretenović Aug 9 at 6:30 pm

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Paint is in and excitement is building. Thanks to Plaza Artist Materials for our gear! #DCPride

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Phew!

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Director Dorothy Kosinski chats with young members of Royal Danish Ballet

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Thanks so much to the over 6,000 of you who braved the cold and helped us kick off our 90th anniversary last weekend!

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Bring the kids to the Phillips this winter break! Check out our new Winter Toolkit.

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