Tuesday, September 01, 2009

do not go gentle into that good lease negotiation

When Kriston wrote about the closing of G Fine Art at Giorgio Furioso's 1515 address, Annie Gawlak insisted that she'd find another space in which to show her artists--and that this was not the end for her gallery.

On September 26, you can see the first evidence that Annie won't be going quietly: A show featuring Jefferson Pinder and Jose Ruiz will be opening at G's--er, I mean El Museo del Ghetto's--current digs at 625-7 E Street NW.

Does that address sound familiar? Yup, it's Cheryl Numark's old location.


I still miss Numark Gallery. See here, here, here, and here.

Jefferson and Jose were both featured in Picturing Politics at the AAC around this time last year. You can see installation shots from that show here; download the catalogue with essays by Rex Weil here.

Can't get enough of Jefferson Pinder? Try heading over to my old alma mater this Wednesday to see a show by the University of Maryland faculty. Jefferson teaches over there, as do Brandon Morse, Dawn Gavin, Chip Richardson, Patrick Craig, Foon Sham, and a whole bunch of other fine folks.

The gallery website is a little...unhelpful as of this writing (visitors will learn that no upcoming exhibitions are scheduled), but, trust me, there's a show going on. Reception is Wednesday, September 2, from 5 - 7 pm.

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