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Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell
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Curating. Writing. Engaging.
Curating. Writing. Engaging.

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Studio Sacrilege September 11 – October 11, 2015 │ The DC Arts Center │ Washington, D.C. artists Amy Hughes Braden │ Roxana Alger Geffen │ Jackie Milad Studio Sacrilege takes the viewer down the rabbit hole of the artist’s real artmaking existence, where…

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Country, Home September 5 – October 10, 2015│ CUE Art Foundation │ New York, NY artists Golnar Adili│Adela Andea│Michael Borek│chukwumaa│Elnaz Javani│Jerry Truong│Rodrigo Valenzuela   “All the pieces in Country Home make me think about how, while the…

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These Mirrors are Not Boxes June 6 – July 12, 2015│ VisArts │ Rockville, MD Nora Howell, Ivory Magazine cover Milana Braslavsky, Erin Lisa Noble, Glow Narrative Annette Isham, still from Western Ethos Trial Anna U Davis, The Modern Plague Amy Hughes…

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Invasive Presence: Works by Selin Balci and Nora Howell June 2 – June 26, 2015│ Peephole Cinema │ San Francisco, CA      I was thrilled to be invited as a guest curator because Peephole Cinema is not only changing the way that we engage with video art,…

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Our world is fleeting. It always has been. Nothing lasts forever. But our increased obsession with instantaneous media, quick consumption of technology, and hunger for bite-sized engagement with all things digital, has perhaps made our world even more…

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Opening soon a the National Gallery of Art is a first-look at a lesser-known extensive exploration by a favorite American artist, with “Andrew Wyeth: Looking Out, Looking In” (May 4- November 30, 2014.) The exhibit is partially funded by Altria Group, who…

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In just two short months, 2014 has brought tumultuous changes to the DC art scene landscape. From numerous galleries and studios moving and closing, most notably G Fine Art and Curator’s Office, to those changing the meaning of “art space,” as Jayme…

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The National Gallery of Art continues celebrating its long relationship with street photography with the newest exhibit in the genre, “Garry Winogrand,” opening March 2nd through June 8th, 2014. Winogrand is most noted for his post-war aesthetic, but is…

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The holidays are over and you’re probably itching to return all the knick-knack garbage from Granny, and spend all that holiday cash!  This year instead of splurging on a 89th pair of skinnies, how about invest in something that will enhance you…
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