Art is an integral part of our lives, and our art reflects this in the form of the body and spirit.
In a new exhibition, The Art of Manliness, National Geographic’s team of experts will take you on a journey through the world of human-human interaction.
The exhibition will focus on human-animal and animal-animal interactions.
In the show, you’ll see examples of art and art history that reveal the human spirit and its connection to nature, as well as the art that inspired it.
The first part of the exhibition is a gallery of works by some of the most prominent artists in art history, including David Hockney, Charles Darwin, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, and George Segal.
It includes works by both men and women, and includes more than 300 drawings, paintings, sculptures, and prints.
The second part of The Art Of Manliness focuses on the history of the modern man, and will explore the themes of masculinity, masculinity, and manhood in the context of the arts and literature of the past.
The third part of this exhibition explores the art world of the present and the future.
The Art For Man series is a project of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
This exhibition will explore how the arts have shaped our human experience, and how they are making a difference in the world today.
Smithsonian National Museum Of American History, National Museum, 557 East Capitol Street, Washington, DC 20003.
For more information on the exhibition, visit nmah.org.