Studio 1469 Hosts Tim Doud and Matthew Mann in Conversation

By Editorial Team on May 23, 2017
The Aesthete Escaped, oil on canvas, 60x70 inches, 2016 by Matthew Mann. Courtesy of the artist.
The Aesthete Escaped, oil on canvas, 60×70 inches, 2016 by Matthew Mann. Courtesy of the artist.


Talk: Wednesday, May 24 at 7pm


Join Studio 1469 on Wednesday, May 24th at 7pm for a discussion with Tim Doud and Matthew Mann. Together they will discuss the works in Luxury Trouble as well as outcomes related to lifestyle and luxury branding, politics of aesthetics and sustainable space for people and art in Washington DC.

Tim Doud is an artist, educator and curator based in Washington DC.  His work has been exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery and the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, in addition to solo exhibitions in New York, Chicago, Milan,  Berlin, and Art Basel, Switzerland. He is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant and Pollock Krasner Grant  and participated in residencies at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Sharpe /Walentas Studio Program in NYC. He co-founded ‘sindikit, an experimental project space in Baltimore, MD.  Tim Doud is a professor at American University in DC.

Matthew Mann is an artist living and working in Washington DC. Recent exhibitions include Luxury Trouble at Studio 1469 in Washington, DC (2017); Strange Landscapes at Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA (2016), Shape Play at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Philadelphia, PA (2015). Mann has received grants from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and Creative Communities Fund and has also been a guest lecturer at the Luce Foundation Center at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Maryland Institute College of Art, American University and Penn State University.

Studio 1469 is located at 1469 Harvard Street NW in the rear. For more information visit