Monday, October 15, 2007

PAST: Events at ART WHINO, a very cool new Art Gallery!

Though the Opening Reception already past, you can still check out the gallery! It is a fantastic space and I highly encourage you to check it out. In Aleaxndria, VA and closest to the Braddock Road Metro, about five blocks, but best reached by car.

Location: Art Whino, 717 N. Saint Asaph St, Alexandria, VA 22314
Gallery Hours at the moment: Sat, Noon-6pm | Sun, Noon-6pm

The largest commercial Fine Arts Gallery in the greater DC region opens October 19, 2007, in Old Town, VA. Located at 717 N. Saint Asaph St. Art Whino opens its doors with two exhibits: A solo show by artist Derrick Wolbaum and the opening of the Art Whino Permanent Gallery featuring the work of its artists’ collaboration from around the world. The event, running from 6-11pm, will include music by DJ Stylo.

Art Whino’s mission is to bring to the DC area a large body of work from innovators worldwide of the current new art movement otherwise labeled Pop-Surrealism, Lowbrow, and Urban Contemporary. By bringing works from around the world to one place it allows the gallery patrons to experience the many movements of art as presented by these innovative artists. Work on display includes the often hard to acquire work of established artists and new work from emerging talents. The displayed work comes from the major metropolitan centers around the world including New York, Los Angeles, New Zealand, Denmark, Paris, London, Canada, and Rio.

Participating Artists Include:
Amose, Angie Mason, Anna Thackray, Brad Strain, Brian Tait, Bruce Anderson, Celia Calle, Chris Bishop, Derrick Wolbaum, Dzaet, Erik Abel, Esho, Garry Booth, Hong Kong, J. Coleman, JimBot, JoKa, Justin Lovato, Keith Rosson, Kelly Towles, Ken Garduno, Lelo, Luz Del Mar Rosado, Margaret Dowell, Mary Spring, Marko Davidovic, Mephisto Jones, Morten Andersen, Olivier Defaye, Kelly Vivanco, Peter Harper, Pixielife, Rick Reese, Robert Pokorny, Scotch, Scott G. Brooks, Scott Musgrove, Stephane Tartelin, Steven Thomas, The Love Movement, Sebastian Andia, Tamira Imondi

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