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September 22, 2011, 9:02am

D.C.’s Fair Share: a Q&A with the organizers of (e)merge

The (e)merge art fair (September 22 - 25, 2011) -- founded and organized by Conner Contemporary Art co-directors Leigh Conner and Jamie Smith, as well as by Helen Allen, founder and former director of Pulse -- officially opens its doors tonight at the Morris Lapidus-designed Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington, D.C..

Listed under: Art Fairs, Art World, DC, Q&A

September 15, 2011, 9:30am

Strokes and Stencils: Maggie Michael at G Fine Art

Gestural abstraction perseveres, and in Washington, D.C. few artists have been as attuned to its provisional potential as Maggie Michael (NAP #94).

Listed under: DC, Review

September 01, 2011, 10:00am

Must-See Paintings Show: September

The art world comes alive again in September, as galleries reopen and collectors return from far flung locations. We reviewed upcoming September exhibitions at more than 400 galleries around the country, and there will be a lot of painting on view.

As is typical, many galleries are bringing out the big guns for the new season - from Agnes Martin at The Pace Gallery in New York to a well structured survey of Bay Area figurative painter, Nathan Oliveira, at John Berggruen Gallery in San Francisco. Among the shows opening by emerging artists, it is hard to ignore the trend towards abstract painting that has swept over the art world.

July 01, 2011, 12:23pm

Stars & Gripes: Jenny Sidhu Mullins at Flashpoint

Jenny Sidhu Mullins, Professor William Miller, 2011, graphite and flocking powder on mulberry paper, 43 x 31 inches. Courtesy of Flashpoint Gallery, D.C.

Listed under: Art World, DC
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June 23, 2011, 12:15pm

Material Crescendo: Frank Stella at The Phillips Collection

Frank Stella, K.43 (lattice variation) protogen RPT (full-size), 2008 | Protogen RPT with stainless steel tubing, 144 x 176 x 116 inches. Courtesy of FreedmanArt. © 2011 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Gregory R. Staley.

Listed under: Art World, DC

May 05, 2011, 12:35pm

The Shape Of Things To Come

TOP: Tracy Thomason (left) and Stacy Fisher (right), BOTTOM: Maria Walker. Installation views, The Shape Of Things To Come at NUDASHANK, Baltimore.

Listed under: Art World, DC

April 21, 2011, 12:50pm

Well Hung: A Q&A with Sam Gilliam

Installation view, Sam Gilliam, Close to Trees, 2011 | Acrylic, polypropylene, nylon, and a mirror, site-specific installation. Courtesy the American University Museum and Marsha Mateyka Gallery, Washington, DC.

Listed under: Art World, DC, Q&A

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