December, 2012

Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Pump Me Up. D.C. Subculture of the 1980s

Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Pump Me Up. D.C. Subculture of the 1980s

Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Pump Me Up. D.C. Subculture of the 1980s, the first museum exhibition to explore the visual culture of the era in Washington, on view February 23–April 7, 2013. COOL “DISCO” DAN at Good Hope Road, Southeast Washington, 2008. Photo by Rosina Teri Memolo. The exhibition explores the visual culture of […]

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Centre de la photographie – geneve presents Cindy Sherman That’s me – That’s not me First works

Centre de la photographie – geneve presents Cindy Sherman That’s me – That’s not me First works on view through January 13, 2013. In 1972, at the age of 18 years, Cindy Sherman began studying painting at Buffalo State College. It changes the department in 1975 to devote himself to photography, and completed his studies […]

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440 Gallery presents Elements of Recall

440 Gallery presents Elements of Recall

An indigo sea, a yellow plain, purple mountains and a salmon sky: the vivid colors and painterly contours of Gail Flanery’s recent monotype prints may bring these landscape images to mind. However, this new body of work, Elements of Recall, comprises studies in abstraction, each piece derived from a thoughtfully conceived palette of bold, yet […]

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Eduardo D. Rubin Humanistic Photography

Eduardo D. Rubin Humanistic Photography

Photographer Eduardo D. Rubin seeks to reveal the sorrows and strengths of humanity and the cities in which we live through his work. His photographs are poignant and sensitive, capturing a wide variety of moods and emotions across a varied range of subject matter. Rubin’s incredible use of composition and contrast, taken together with his […]

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