One of the things that I liked when I traveled in Washington, D.C. was the Smithsonian institution where we could enter various museums for free. I spent one day visiting three museums of the institution which one of them was American Art Museum.
There was an installation of art called “Electronic Superhighway” created by Nam June Paik as a tribute to USA.
Fifty-one channel video installation (including one closed-circuit television feed), custom electronics, neon lighting, steel and wood; color, sound. – Source –
I was amazed by the glowing lights and those televisions. It was the intriguing piece, and it certainly captured the eyes of visitors.
I also snapped photos of other interesting arts. Like this one that the glittering parts of the picture worked well with the overall picture.
This “Woman Eating” remarkably pull me in to stare at her quite a while.
There was an extra exhibition during our visit named “The Art of Video Games”. They showed and let people play some games in the past such as Pacman and Mario Brothers.
There were variety of arts which I thought that they were profoundly worth the visit. Photography, Painting, and installation.
I truly enjoyed a trip there even though we didn’t have much time looking around all of the arts. Hopefully, I will have chances to be in Washington, D.C. again.