Addison/Ripley Fine Art Hosts an Artist Talk with Frank Hallam Day and Trevor Young

By Editorial Team on November 14, 2017
Frank Hallam Day, Vinyl Strips,/i>, 2010 archival pigment print, size variable. Courtesy of Addison/Ripley Fine Art.
Artist Talk: Saturday, November 18 at 11am

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Frank Hallam Day and Trevor Young headline the next in Addison/Ripley’s ongoing Artists Talks Series on Saturday, November 18th. A moderated discussion between Young, an artist whose photography informs his painting and Day, a former painter, now distinguished photographer, will be followed by questions from our audience.

Day’s current exhibition, Please Pay Here, featuring an eclectic selection of new, smaller scale works will be on display. In addition, Day will arrive with an advance copy of his long awaited book, Call Waiting: Bangkok Phone Booths.

Both Trevor and Frank regularly exhibit their work at Addison/Ripley. Frank Day’s 2015 exhibition, Shrines featured work now presented in Call Waiting: Bangkok Phone Booths. Trevor Young’s next show will be in April 2018.

Frank Hallam Day received the prestigious Leica Oskar Barnack Prize in 2012, the Bader Award in 2006 and most recently was recognized by the selection committee for the 2017 Prix Pictet. Day has received several grants from the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities including one for 2017. He was Artist in Residence at Acadia National Park in 2007, and was U.S. Cultural Envoy to Ethiopia in 2008. He has juried and curated numerous photography shows and competitions in the Washington area.

Join them on Saturday, November 18th from 11-1 for coffee, bagels & conversation.

The gallery is located at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue NW. For further information, visit