Some shows and openings around town…
American University’s Professor Deborah Kahn’s new work is on exhibit at the Watkins Gallery at AU. Kahn is a 2004 Guggenheim Fellow in the Visual Arts. The works will be up until February 5, 2005.
Touchstone Gallery has recent works by Piotroski until February 6, 2005.
“Built: New Furniture by Keith Fritz” is on at Strand on Volta until February 12.
Eileen Olson’s “Another Realm – Mt. Athos” is at Spectrum through Feb. 13.
Amy Ross and Robert Gutierrez opened Jan 21 at Irvine Contemporary and are on until Feb. 27.
Also opening last night at DCAC was “The Fleeting Instant of Now: Recent Works by Karey Kessler.” The drawings will be up until February 21, 2005.
A third opening last night was at Georgetown’s Govinda Gallery, where Chris has photographs of Bob Dylan by Ken Regan in an exhibit titled “Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Review.” The show will be on until Feb. 26, 2005.
Also until Feb 26 is the current exhibition by Janos Enyedi at Kathleen Ewing Gallery. These pieces have to be seen to be believed; Enyedi is an absolute master of the American Industrial Landscape.
“Layered Dreams,” recent works by Leila C. Kubba opens Tuesday, February 1st from 6 – 8 p.m. at Karma (19th and I street, NW). Works on view through Feb. 28, 2005.
“In Dialogue With the Elders” – The sculpture of Greg Metcalf and paintings by Champneys Taylor. Opening Reception at Salve Regina Gallery, Catholic University of America will be on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 from 6-8 pm.
Victor Ekpuk opens at Pavilion Fine Arts Gallery, Montgomery College, Takoma Park campus from February 7 through 17 March, 2005. Victor Ekpuk is a fascinating artist who is marrying traditional African art with contemporary concepts. He will open with a slide presentation and conversation with the curator (Dr. Francine Farr) on Monday afternoon, 1:00 PM February 7th at Student Lounge, Montgomery College, Takoma Park Campus.