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Friday November 4
G Fine Art (6pm to 8pm)
Right next door to Conner, G Fine Art presents Iona Rozeal Brown Open.ed- Harmonious Diatribes l Works in Progress from the Stage. Brown has created her own ode to graffiti, incorporating illuminated manuscripts, inspired texts as well as abstracted figurative forms on wood panels and paper. For additional details, click here.
G Fine Art is located at 1350 Florida Avenue NE
Porch Projects (6:30pm to 8:30pm)
The Capitol Hill residence is hosting an interactive exhibition where attendees are asked to investigate a rift in the Space-Time Continuum and help the artists return to “their time”. For more information, including information on how to schedule an appointment to attend this event, please click here.
A Gallery in Trinidad (9pm to 12am)
The one-night only exhibition _SX RM_ is already raising eyebrows in the DC art world. The event promises a racy assortment of artistic paraphilia and costumed sex freaks. For additional details, click here.
The Trinidad Gallery is located at 1501 Neal Street NE, Basement.
Saturday November 5
Tubman-Mahan (11am to 2pm)
The Ward 7 gallery continues to raise awareness of worldwide issues concerning potable water with a screening of F.L.O.W. (For the Love of Water), a presentation on water and sewer projects in DC. The film will be followed by a discussion. For additional details, click here.
The Tubman-Mahan Gallery is located at 3938 Benning RD NE
The Gallery at Vivid Solutions (2pm to 5pm)
The Gallery at Vivid Solutions will host an opening reception for Lisa McCarty’s Some Account of Lacock Abbey. The exhibition is part of Anacostia Fotoweek. Vivid Solution’s sister galleries Honfleur and Blank Space SE are also hosting concurrent photography exhibitions but the receptions were held earlier this week. For additional details click here, here and here.
The Gallery at Vivid Solutions is located at 2208 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Art in the Alley (5pm to 9pm)
In the spirit of Trinidad DIY art shows, approximately six artists, most of them local residents, will display their work in the alley behind the 1200 block of Morse Street NE. Works will include both photography and mixed-media.
Art in the Alley is located between the 1200 blocks of Florida Ave and Morse St NE
Studio H (6pm to 8pm)
Studio H will host an artist reception for the current exhibition Amalgamations by Steven Pearson. Pearson paints large scale work and has created a 9’ x 9’ installation piece for the gallery. Inspired by the deluge of quotidian information we are subjected to via social media, television, radio and email, Amalgamations translates this cacophony into vibrant colors and shapes that clash with one another eventually resulting in what Pearson calls “visual white noise”. For additional details, click here.
Studio H is located at 408 H Street NE, second floor
DC Residence at DC Week- THE HOME (Starting at 6pm)
A group of local curators, fashion designers and writers from the Fridge and the now defunct WORN magazine, have teamed up to create a series of events to discuss the direction of fashion, art and technology in DC. For additional details click here.
THE HOME is located at 1629 L ST NE
Conner Contemporary Art (6pm to 8pm)
The gallery will host two concurrent exhibitions. Artist Patricia Piccinini’s, a sculptor, has created a body work entitled The Welcome Guest which uses both natural and artificial objects to explore humanity’s challenge in facing the dialectic between nature and biotechnology. The second artist, Victoria F. Gaitán, a photographer, explores gender stereotypes in Scenes of Mild Peril. For additional details, click here.
Conner Contemporary Art is located at 1358 Florida Avenue, NE
Industry Gallery (6pm to 8pm)
Above Conner, Industry Gallery closes Tom Price’s Meltdown. The artist has installed a new piece called “PP Tree” made up of synthetic materials that contrast sharply to the ephemerality of the cherry blossoms from which the piece was inspired. For additional details, click here.
Industry Gallery is located at 1358 Florida Avenue, NE, Second Floor
The Fridge (7pm to 11pm)
The Fridge will host a travelling group show of West Coast street artists in a exhibition entitled Above the Radar II. For additional details, click here.
The Fridge is located in the Rear Alley behind 516 8th Street SE