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East City Art Reviews—Faith Ringgold Retrospective at Glenstone

East City Art Reviews—Faith Ringgold Retrospective at Glenstone

The Gallery at Glenstone is the only US venue scheduled for a retrospective exhibition of five decades of work by African-American artist Faith Ringgold. The exhibit provides a unique opportunity to see the trajectory of Ringgold’s work as activist, artist and author seriously engaged in the struggle for African-American civil and women’s rights over her long career. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Kenneth Victor Young: Exploring Space

East City Art Reviews—Kenneth Victor Young: Exploring Space

This month there are two concurrent exhibitions featuring the later work of Kenneth Victor Young: one at CONNERSMITH, the other at Bethesda Fine Art. It also marks the fourth anniversary of the death of this remarkable but relatively little known Washington DC artist in 2017. At his death, at 83, he had had a career of over fifty years painting, teaching, and designing exhibitions. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—The Song of Earth Has Many Different Chords at Adah Rose Gallery

East City Art Reviews—The Song of Earth Has Many Different Chords at Adah Rose Gallery

Adah Rose has moved into a new space with more exhibition area and more light. The inaugural show there features two artists who work with the subject of nature and earth processes. Showing are paintings by Gabe Brown and sculpture by Scott Hazard, work characterized by techniques that, in a sense, mimic the natural structures they are referencing. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Trevor Young: Seeing in the Dark

East City Art Reviews—Trevor Young: Seeing in the Dark

Trevor Young’s current exhibition, Seeing in the Dark, on view at Addison/Ripley Fine Art, updates his series of dark, dusk, and dawn vignettes of seemingly abandoned landscapes. Unpretentious in its delivery and its subject matter, Young presents us with gas stations, overpasses, and billboards that appear in the still night air, reminding us of the constructed world we live in. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Carol Barsha: Within My Meadow

East City Art Reviews—Carol Barsha: Within My Meadow

With summer winding down, and leaves beginning to fall, Carol Barsha’s solo exhibit at gallery neptune & brown may feel nostalgic for spring—a spring we largely lost this year because of the pandemic. Nevertheless, while viewing the show in person, surrounded by these works in the small but bright gallery space, the words that came to me were “uplifting” and “refreshing”. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Wayne Paige: Not out of the Woods

East City Art Reviews—Wayne Paige: Not out of the Woods

If you’re up for a ride in the Virginia countryside, you can just catch a small but fascinating exhibit at the Middle Street Gallery in Washington, VA of new work by Washington DC artist Wayne Paige. Not Out of the Woods is a series of ink drawings made this year in response to recent events, and the artist’s own experiences during these dark and uncertain times. Read More
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