Posts Tagged ‘Art Whino’

Vitaminwater’s Faustian Party Spot

It's possible I'm too compromised to write about uncapped LIVE, the vitaminwater-sponsored, Brightest Young Things-curated temporary arts space on 14th Street NW. At the invitation of some Brightest Young Things contributors, I'm participating in a couple of events at the venue over the next few weeks: a panel discussion, and what I take to be [...]

Stayin’ Classy: Arts Highlights from Our Classes Guide

For folks with artistic aspirations, finding arts-related classes in this week's Stay Classy cover package is less obvious than you might think. Arts and Crafts and Performance, sure, but Travel and Culture? Technology? Yep, you just may find the class of your dreams in those categories, too. Below, some places to check out.
Arts and Crafts
Think [...]

Gallery Roundup: Openings, Closings, Reviews of Hamiltonian Gallery and the IDB Cultural Center

"El Dormitorio" by Eric Scibor-Rylski from "Mexico 2010" at the IDB Cultural Center.
OPENING: "Peep and Strip Show" opens today at the Art League; work by Freya Grand opens tomorrow at Gallery Neptune; "The Fantastical" opens Saturday at Project 4 Gallery.
CLOSING: Work by Margo Humphrey closes tomorrow at the Driskell Center at University of Maryland; work [...]

Painting the Town: D.C.’s Introduction to “New Brow” Art Hits a Wall

Shane Pomajambo with works by Trevor Young, left, and Jessica Van Brakle.
It’s an unfortunate pitfall of hosting hundreds of street artists: Chances are, some of them might be inclined to take their art to the streets. And so it was that "G40: The Summit" in Crystal City, an exhibit of "New Brow" art curated by [...]

Arts Roundup: ‘I Am Sick of Arts Roundup’s Fat Fucking Face’ Edition

Next month's Done&Done Festival has a lineup, the organizers announced. The two-weekend event, which will "celebrate the continuing ascent of NY and DC’s underground music scenes," includes six D.C. bands (Exactly, Last Tide, Laughing Man, Loose Lips, Ra Ra Rasputin, and Rosy Likes Red) and six from New York, including one D.C. ex-pat, Byrds of [...]

Art Basel Miami: It’s the Economy, Stupid

Images from Art Whino's installation
Go to an art event this week and you may notice that the artists, curators and gallery owners you encounter have a sun-kissed glow. They've just returned from Miami's Art Basel, an international art fair where collectors scoop up works by established and up-and-coming artists, curators look for fresh talent, and [...]