Urban Landscapes: From DC to Denmark
December 1, 2010 through January 22, 2011
Artist’s reception: January 7, 2011, 6:00 to 8:30 pm
Join Authentic Contemporary Art for the digital photographic exhibit Urban Landscapes: From DC to Denmark by Photographer Kimberly Gaines, December 1, 2010 through January 22, 2011 at the Tubman-Mahan Art Gallery in The Center for Green Urbanism, DC’s newest art-infused green business incubator. The Center is located at 3938 Benning Road NE, Washington, DC. The Artist’s reception will be held January 7, 2011, 6:00 to 8:30 pm. The reception is free and open to the public.
Through digital photography, Urban Landscapes: From DC to Denmark exhibition showcases re-gentrified urban neighborhoods in both the District of Columbia and Denmark and the effects of these changes on vulnerable populations residing in these communities. . “Solar panels, green space, bicycles and assimilation; brick, construction, power and gentrification, those are the words that I equate with Denmark and DC,” said exhibit photographer, Kimberly Gaines. “When gentrified neighborhoods and marginalized people have been camouflaged with new store fronts and street signs in DC living, the battlefield has a glossier appearance. This exhibition is about the surfaces."
"Mosaic Curb DC" digital photograph by Kimberly C. Gaines
"411 Decay DC" digital photograph by Kimberly C. Gaines
About the Center for Green UrbanismThe mission of the Center for Green Urbanism is to create a business-friendly environment that provides startups with affordable office space and business services in a sustainable and energy-efficient green demonstration facility. We are located in downtown Ward 7, Washington, DC. Meeting spaces are available and Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the facility. The Center is a design model for a “living green business” in an urban setting, by decreasing carbon footprint – promoting home gardening, using energy efficient lighting and appliances, solar shade window treatments, a purified drinking water system, water saving devices and the recycling of trash and waste.Learn more at The Center for Green Urbanism.
The Center for Green Urbanism
3938 Benning Road NE
Washington, DC 20019