1460 Wallmountables
July 9th – August 22nd 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1460 Wallmountables

Our Annual Summer Open Exhibition & Fundraiser

On View: July 9th – August 22nd 2021
Installation Dates (Wedneday-Sunday from 3-8pm by appointment only)
*See below for Registration Dates
In Person Reception: Friday July 9th, 2021 7-9pm
*In the event of stricter guideline enforcement a virtual reception will be hosted in its place.

Join us for the 32nd Annual 1460 Wallmountables show!

Every summer we open our walls to artists of all ages, backgrounds, experience levels and disciplines to participate in this unique group exhibition. This tradition holds true to our commitment of showcasing a diverse cross section of the DC area’s thriving community of artists & art lovers.

Our gallery walls are divided into two foot by two foot squares, in which  everyone and anyone can hang their on artwork on first-come basis. At 1460 Wallmountables, we present over three hundred artworks by at least one hundred artists on practically every inch of our gallery.

  • Renewing & Existing Members | Opens June 16th
  • New Members & Non Members | Opens June 23rd

 

Register Here!

For More Info Read Full FAQ Sheet Here!

Concrete Dreams
by Monica Jahan Bose with Robin Bell & Maps Glover
May 20th – May 23rd

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Concrete Dreams

by Monica Jahan Bose

with Robin Bell and Maps Glover

On View: May 20 – 23, 2021 (front exterior of DC Arts Center)
Outdoor Projections: May 20 – 22nd, 2021 Sundown – 10pm
Poetry Slam: May 22nd, 2021 at 7pm

Bangladeshi-American artist and climate activist Monica Jahan Bose has led the CONCRETE
DREAMS project over the last eight months and will present the culminating
installation outside the DC Arts Center from May 20-23, 2021. CONCRETE DREAMS is a
temporary public art project featuring an installation and livestream of communitysourced
poetry on saris, mini movable sculptures, and projections.

In CONCRETE DREAMS, Bose has collaborated with artist and filmmaker Robin Bell, artist Maps
Glover, and residents of DC and Katakhali Village, Bangladesh, Bose’s ancestral village.
Diverse community members in DC and Bangladesh connected during the pandemic
through safe online and outdoor art and poetry workshops on the theme of the
pandemic and the intersection of climate, racial, gender, and economic injustice.
“Concrete poetry” refers to poetry that is drawn or arranged as a design on the page.
CONCRETE DREAMS uses concrete poetry and printmaking to highlight the dreams and
aspirations of residents of DC and Katakhali towards a sustainable and just future. The
poetry is inscribed on saris, on the building through a light installation, and on small
plaster sculptures in the form of “steles.” The project enhances and merges with the
street energy, night life, and restaurants in Adams Morgan, DC, including the Streatery
program moving restaurants into the street.

In honor of AAPI Heritage month, CONCRETE DREAMS links communities in solidarity
from DC to Asia. CONCRETE DREAMS is funded by the DC Commission on the Arts and
Humanities’ Public Art Building Communities Grant Program. It is part of the ongoing
STORYTELLING WITH SARIS climate justice art project.

Learn more about the project Here

RSVP for full event schedule Here

 

Mourning by Maggie Golightly Haslam ,
March 20 – May 30, 2021

Mourning

by Maggie Golightly Haslam

On View: March 20 – May 30, 2021 (click here to schedule a viewing!)

Virtual Artist Talk: April 22nd @ 6pm – Did you not make it to the Artist Talk? Don’t worry we recorded it so that you would not miss out!! Click here to view.

 

2020 was a year filled with more than words can express. We suffered individually, in our families, as communities and worldwide. We were isolated and confined, broken and infected, judged and criticized. Despite 2020 being a horrific year, human loss is unfortunately not confined to that year alone. Tragically, humans are very familiar with the act of mourning.

Partnering with the DC Arts Center and community members, artist Maggie Golightly Haslam presents a memorial to grief. The artist collected responses to the question “who do you mourn?”. Each response was hand-stamped onto monolith-like plaques made from recycled paper and plastics collected throughout the year 2020. The resulting body of work is a monument to loss and a memory of those we cherish, built with hope and unity.

 

Nano Gallery: Ace ,
small works by Pat Goslee ,
March 20th – August 29, 2021

Ace

small works by Pat Goslee

On view: March 20 – August 29, 2021 (click here to schedule a viewing!)

Virtual artist talk: May 27th @ 6pm

Ace is a small thing; the dictionary uses “pip” to define it. An Ace in a card game is the smallest, yet most powerful card. In card games, some use a sleight of hand to slip something in without others seeing. In card games, some use a sleight of hand to slip something in without others seeing. These paintings are amalgamations of pips and patterns, examples of environmental interaction both internal and external — micro and macro— that operate as an avenue to the Ace of Hearts.

***From The Archives***
Fetish, curated by Linda Hesh
May 2-25, 1997

DCAC Presents:  From The Archives

Fetish: Elegant Objects of Seductive Obsession

May 2-25, 1997

Curated by Linda Hesh

Everyday we see the uniform of black suits and white shirts in downtown DC But one wonders what goes on at night for this same city to (be) able to support so many shops of another type of black clothing. Latex, leather, and vinyl make up a different type of power suit.  Fetish consists of 9 artists from the DC-Baltimore area whose work delves into areas of seductive obsession.  They work in sensual materials not always associated with art: leather, feathers, metal chains, rubber, and gemstones.  Their inspiration comes from the dark side of desire. The work is menacing, enticing, elegant, dangerous, haunting and beautiful. The attention to detail and careful craftsmanship demonstrates how serious each artist is about their private compulsions. The exhibit is accompanied by live performances in the theater each Sunday in May at 3pm.

 

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