Tuesday, March 22, 2011

DC and Mid Atlantic Openings

Freya Grand "Another Journey" & Amanda Stark "The Astral and Tellurian"
February 26 - April 17
COLLECTOR'S RECEPTION: March 24, 6pm - 8pm

Seraphin Gallery1108 Pine Street Philadelphia PA 19107

Washington Studio School presents A Drawing Exhibition of Deborah Kahn
March 21 to April 23

Friday, March 25 Events with the Artist:
Workshop*:  2pm-4pm
Slide Lecture:  5pm-6pm

Reception:  6pm-8pm
* Registration required for workshop, $55
Slide lecture and Reception, FREE

RSVP 202-234-3030/admin[at]washingtonstudioschool.org
2129 S Street, NW l Washington DC 20008

Adam Dwight & Dana Jeri Maier: Off in a Corner April 1 - May 7, 2011 
Opening Reception: Friday, April 1, 6-8pm 

Dana Jeri Maier and Adam Dwight manipulate the line between fine art and illustration in Off in a Corner, opening Friday, April 1 at Flashpoint Gallery. The exhibition brings together works that explore issues of drinking and adulthood as influenced by the artists’ mutual interest in biography and narrative.

Flashpoint Gallery • 916 G Street, NW • Washington, DC 20001 ***************************************************************************************

Studio H presents Pablo Caviedes’ first solo show in Washington, DC which will open Saturday April 2, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm to the general public. The show runs through May 29, 2011.

Cavides’ upcoming exhibition at Studio H Gallery entitled Mannequin is comprised of new work that explores the dichotomy between the natural and the artificial. The symbolic imagery used in his paintings and sculptures refer to what Caviedes calls “fakeness”— often humorous commentary on societal fascination and obsession with virtual, artificial life that mimics natural human forms.

Studio H, 408 H Street NE, Second Floor, Washington, DC 20002. ***************************************************************************************

International Art & Artists, Washington Project for the Arts, and Black Artists of DC present:

Process: Reaffirmation
A visual dialogue between members of BADC and WPA

Curated by Gina Marie Lewis
, Assistant Professor of Art, Bowie State Univ.

Exhibition location: Hillyer Art Space, 9 Hillyer Ct. NW, Washington, DC
Exhibition dates: Friday, April 1 through Saturday, April 29, 2011
Artists Talk: Saturday, April 23 at 3:00pm
Featuring work by Anne Bouie, Daniel Brooking, Joel D'Orazio, Victor Ekpuk, Corwin Levi, Barbara Liotta, Adrienne Mills, and Cleve Overton.

Curated by Gina Marie Lewis, Process: Reaffirmation is an exhibition which focuses on and reaffirms the processes of artists within their studios.  This exhibition honors the personal philosophies, practices, and vocabularies of eight artists and attempts to explore a visual dialogue between their works.

GREEN WORKS @ Project 4

Heidi Fowler
Sayaka Ganz
Julia Anne Goodman
Duncan Johnson

March 12  through April 22, 2011
The show GREEN WORKS at Project 4 Gallery features artists who remove paint from their palette and look to the recycling bin for their medium and inspiration. Wood recovered from construction sites, plastic utensils retrieved from a back alley, bottle caps, junk mail, recycled aluminum, and paper made with site-specific ingredients replace traditional artist materials.

Project 4 | 1353 U Street NW | 3rd Floor | Washington | DC | 20009

March 11 - April 16

Curtis Knapp, Gerard Malanga, Billy Name, Kate Simon & Shepard Fairey in collaboration with Billy Name and Kate Simon
Irvine Contemporary
1412 14th Street NW      
Washington DC 20005      

March 11 - April 2, 2011 
@ The Fraser Gallery 
 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E, Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 718-9651

SCRAPPY runs through April 8th
An exhibition of experimental material combinations, accidental abstraction and modular compositions, Curated by Alex Ebstein of Nudashank
Featuring work by: Seth Adelsberger (Baltimore) Michael Hunter (Chicago) Noam Rappaport (Los Angeles) Bettina Yung (Baltimore)
216 E Main St
Richmond, VA

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