At DC-area airports: art from Mars & amazing aircraft photos

Heading to or through Ronald Reagan Washington National or Washington Dulles Airports? There are two new art exhibits to check out.

MILSTEIN AIRPLANE

Photo by Jeffrey Mistein

 

About 20 large-scale images of aircraft taken just as they’re landing are featured in “AirCraft: The Jet as Art” by American photographer Jeffrey Milstein at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Look for them through December 8 in the airport’s Gallery Walk art corridor, which is near the underground walkway connecting Terminal A with the parking garages. Historic aviation pieces from the College Park Aviation Museum are on display here as well.

 

Over at Washington Dulles International Airport, the images in “Mars As Art” feature more than 45 NASA and European Space Agency images taken by spacecraft from orbit and on the surface of Mars. Look for these images in the Gateway Gallery in the connecting walkway between the AeroTrain C-Gates and the C Concourse until November 30.

MARS

Valles Marineris, known as the Grand Canyon of Mars, which is long enough to stretch from New York City to Los Angeles.

 

 

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