Experience the art of the modern city in its best light: at night! Immerse yourself in the urban jungle of the 1870s. Stroll past scenes of Tokyo in Kiyochika: Master of the Night before it closes and discover An American in London, the largest exhibition of works by Whistler in a generation. Mingle with curators, don a dandy-worthy hat and mustache, sip special refreshments, and listen to music from the period. The Freer courtyard and Whistler’s Peacock Room are also open.
Friday, July 25, 5:30–8:30 pm
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