Openings and Should See

DC is alive again, it’s cooling down and the galleries are in full swing. Here are some openings tonight you should definitely try and stop by. Boxed wine and all = good times.

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Hemphill Fine Arts: Journal Book One by Renee Stout. Stout’s autobiographical mixed-media collages are intriguing and beautiful. 1515 14th St NW Opening Saturday 15th.

Adamson Gallery: Not quite basket weaving. Art World Darling Chuck Close exhibits tapestry pieces made from daguerrotypes using a customized digital loom. This exhibit should have something for everyone: old school, new school, and Those-of-You-Who-Have-a-Subscription-to-People-Magazine. 1515 14th Street Opening Sat 15th from 6.30-8 pm

Randall Scott Gallery: Fellow PhotoEspana alum Nathan Baker exhibits his lush large scale photographs entitled Rupture. 1326 14th St NW. Opening Sat 15th 6-9 pm.

A little further afield and not opening tonight but open during the day on Saturday are E. Brady Robinson’s travel photographs at Flashpoint Gallery. 916 G St NW open from 12-6 Tues-Sat. Curated by Chan Chao.

And for the old school lovers in all of us, the incomparable Kathleen Ewing is showing August Sander among others at her new location at 1767 P Street. Open Tues-Sat 11-5 pm.

OH, almost forgot, I would totally be remiss not to mention the sleeper Sunday night opening at the R Street Gallery of buddy Tom Wolff and Tracey Friedlander’s portraits. Check them out at 2108 R St NW. 5-7 pm on the 16th.

Hope to see you afield tonight.

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