Posts Tagged ‘adrian parsons’

DC2NY: The Exhibit

One of the best D.C. art openings taking place this fall won't be happening in D.C.
"You Are Here: Washington D.C." brings together seven artists for a quick primer on art in the District for New York's Dorian Grey Gallery next month. Featuring work by seven D.C. artists, "You Are Here" is by no means a [...]

Bluebrain Hosts Benefit at 1337 H Street

Imaginative local duo Bluebrain is gearing up to host a benefit for the new artist space located at 1337 H Street NE.
The 7900 square-foot space, located between the H Street Country Club and Dangerously Delicious Pies, was formerly occupied by American West Indian Auto Body. The building is owned by none other than restaurant owner and [...]

Arts Roundup: Public Shaming Edition

"Hope You've Seen the Pandas, Adrian": Smithsonian secretary G. Wayne Clough tried to finally address the public last night about the manufactured controversy over the short film A Fire in My Belly that was briefly part of the National Portrait Gallery's "Hide/Seek" exhibit last winter. His statements weren't satisfactory for some in the crowd, TBD's Maura Judkis reports. Adrian Parsons, [...]

Artist to Project Wojnarowicz Video Onto NPG During Protest

As tonight's protest at the National Portrait Gallery kicks off, artist Adrian Parsons will project David Wojnarowicz's 1987 artwork A Fire in My Belly onto the facade of the National Portrait Gallery.
Parsons is projecting the four-minute version of the clip onto the side of the building facing 7th and G Streets NW. If everything goes [...]