Carroll Square Gallery

Located on historic F Street and in a designated arts district, Carroll Square is pleased to provide the Carroll Square Gallery to a neighborhood that has played host to some of the city’s most celebrated artists. The 700 square foot public art gallery predominantly features contemporary art in quarterly rotating exhibitions. Akridge has retained prestigious local gallery, Hemphill Fine Arts as the curator.
Contact: Shira Kraft     202-234-5601
975 F Street NW , Washington DC 20004


From The National Geographic Image Collection: Photographs of Social Life in Washington DC, 1900-196
Public Opening Reception Friday, September 7, 6:00pm-8:00pm

This selection of photographs offers a glimpse of social life in Washington DC between 1900 and 1960, as documented by the National Geographic Society. Whether participating in fashionable activities or working through leaner times, the people in these photographs give faces to the lives beyond the monuments of the nation’s capital. Selected from thousands of published and unpublished works in the National Geographic Image Collection, these 30 photographs comprise the first public exhibition in Washington DC of vintage work from the Collection. Each photograph will be presented with its original caption to contextualize the work within a historic narrative. Viewers are invited to explore the fascinating evolution of the social landscape in the District through six decades of life in Washington DC.

September 07 2012  06:00 PM - November 30 2012  06:00 PM    

975 F Street NW
Washington DC, Northwest


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