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Claus Oldenburg's monumental typewriter eraser leaves an indelible impression on visitors to the National Gallery of Art's six-acre sculpture garden.

Pictured: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

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Arts & Culture

There's almost too much arts and culture to enjoy in Washington, DC. Here you’ll find the best museums in the world, a prolific performing arts scene and an international community reflected in the city’s restaurants, shops and attractions.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT
The underbelly of the concrete "doughnut" shows off the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's groovy side. The severity of the design was initially criticized, but it remains the biggest piece of abstract art in DC.
DC's art scene thrives with theater, performing arts, exhibits and events.
"Much Ado About Nothing" is the selected production for the 2013 Free For All from the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
On any given night, curtains are rising on upwards of 200 performances at theaters in and around the city. Here's a peek of what's happening now.
Inspired by the new exhibit at The Phillips Collection, see DC through Vincent van Gogh's eyes.
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