Sayyah Hart-Bay decodes the visual messages spun by DC-based artist Aniekan Udofia.
Eric Hope reviews Lisa Marie Thalhamer’s solo exhibition “Intimate Network” at The Fridge Gallery just off Capitol Hill’s Barracks Row.
Brookland artist Toni Hatchett discusses her love of portraiture and her grandfather’s lasting influence on her work.
A conversation with Australian photographer Tatjana Plitt about her “Gay Warriors” portraiture series and the role of art in fomenting social change.
East City Reviews- Relax: Exchange Print Portfolio from the Corcoran’s Art and The Book Program at the Fridge
The fridge and the Corcoran’s College of Art and Design team up to produce a series an exhibition consisting of student work.
Life Pieces to Masterpieces, an East of the River based nonprofit, ignites an innate passion in young men to experience the world by creating art.
Gail Vollrath explores Regina Davis-Izaguirre work at the Evolve Urban Arts project on view until January 4, 2013.
Sayyah George deconstructs the complex palette of Capitol Hill Artist Dilip Sheth.
An interview with gallery owner and DC Arts Commissioner Lavinia Wohlfarth, on how she got into the business of dealing and what’s kept her at it for over two decades.
Artist Carolina Mayorga, on her upcoming installation “Divine Revelations” at Vivid Solutions Gallery
Eric Hope interviews Carolina Mayorga on the eve of her solo show at the Gallery at Vivid Solutions in historic Anacostia.