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"We're showing stuff that, when we showed it in D.C., everyone loved, but was too chickenshit to buy."
Once you’ve been to more than a few art openings in D.C., you start to recognize a regular cast of characters. There’s the tatted-up white girl with a sunny smile, the Asian guy in hipster glasses with a camera around his neck, the attractive young power couple, the well-dressed Washington City Paper fine arts critic.
“Exchange,” assembled at Project 4 by guest curator Sheldon Scott, proceeds on two distinct tracks that can be appreciated either separately or together. On the one hand, the exhibit offers 10 photographs that feature a variety of local D.C. locations and characters; at the same time, it offers an audio commentary, accessible by phone, in [...]
We've barely recovered from the sixth Capital Fringe Festival back in July, but earlier this week the festival announced the lineup for its smaller, more typographically exciting autumn cousin, fallFRINGE.
The mini-festival, which runs from Nov. 1-20, will reprise nine entires from this year' Fringe proper, including iKill, the haunting Japanese dance piece that won the [...]
The Folly is damn handsome. It's also damn cheap—it's free, that is, on account of a fundraiser the editors of the D.C. literary journal held at Marvin not long ago. And a lot of it's pretty damn interesting. There's a poem by Child Ballads leader Stewart Lupton; possibly fake and plainly fake histories of Wisconsin [...]