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Posts Tagged ‘Vivid Solutions’
In MAMBU BADU’s current exhibit, "If We Come from Nowhere Here, Why Can’t we Go Somewhere There?" the collective has created what it most wanted to find: a place to highlight the photography of women of black and African descent.
"As three black women photographers who regularly went to gallery and museum shows, read publications about contemporary photography, and who [...]
If you wanted to see good photography in D.C. in 2013, you had lots of options. Sweeping historical surveys? Sure. Tech-forward experiments? Yep. Landscapes, scientific images, personal explorations? Check, check, and check. Here, in descending order, are my picks for the best photographic exhibits in the Washington area this year.
1. “Black Box: Gerco de Ruijter” [...]
Exhibits with local ties, now on view or opening soon at D.C. galleries.
"Here Nor There"
Joshua Wade Smith spent two days walking along the train tracks that connect Baltimore and D.C., then filmed himself walking from the train tracks to Hamiltonian Gallery. His show aims to stir thoughts about how repetition and the mundane “can be [...]
In her latest installation, “Divine Revelations: Passages From the Life of Our Lady,” D.C.-based artist Carolina Mayorga reinvents herself as a Virgin Mary-derived character—while abandoning the reverence that usually accompanies such a portrayal.
In her mixed-media show at Vivid Solutions' temporary location, Mayorga is pictured as a virginal mother figure, sometimes with a rubber baby cradled [...]
What's new this weekend in local arts.
It's Friday! If that's not enough reason to rejoice, none of the new arts openings this weekend have anything to do with Tuesday's election or the aftermath of the Frankenstorm. Instead, they're a wide mix of innovative theater, photographs about social and religious issues, and modernist paintings inspired by [...]
You wouldn't necessarily expect to see punk icon Ian MacKaye and graffiti artist Tim Conlon in the same room. But they're both among the subjects of "Documents: Alternative Guide to the DC Underground," a show by Ayodamola Okunseinde and Yulia Graham that opens tonight at the Gallery at Vivid Solutions, and which makes surprising connections between mainstays [...]