17 posts tagged washington post
Eye-Candy Monday: Anton Lieberman, The Fog, 2012.
Gold Leaf artist studios, home to both musicians and artists for the last decade or more, will be no more soon. Say goodbye in style this Saturday night at one of their last blow outs. Sad to think that 52 O Street artist studios could also be next…
A DC gallery owner, a DC artist, under-appraised art, international customs shenanigans, multiple border crossings, the French Riviera, Serbia, foreign court rulings, high-priced fines, wire transfers and more. Everything about this incident sounds fishy.
“The Levines have more conceptual art than any museum in town…” When can I come over?
Arrgghhh, One more thing I’ve been meaning to get to but haven’t. On view through Oct. 29 at 629 New York Ave., NW, second floor. www.wpadc.org.
Local photographer captures DC art denizens on film (well, digitally at least) for eternal posterity!
I attended the opening of Dan Tague’s show at Civilian Art Projects a few weeks ago. Dan has really great energy; deeply intelligent with an ability to see through bullshit easily. His work of course is equally thought-provoking and honest. Read the recent review from Washington Post here.
(Dan Tague, Live Free Or Die)