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WASHINGTON PROJECT FOR THE ARTS


AUCTION COMMITTEE

Brittany Bansak (Co-Chair) Martha Blalock (Co-Chair) Zoë Charlton Nadia Husty Andrea Limauro Frederick P. Ognibene, MD

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jim Ritter (Chair) Brittany Bansak Jennifer Baxter, MD Martha Blalock Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell Zoë Charlton Ryan Dattilo Ashley Givens (Co-Chair, Elect) Michael Hickok Lauren Hilyard Angie Kang Sam Lewis Andrea Limauro Deirdre Ehlen MacWilliams linn meyers Marvin Morris Frederick P. Ognibene, MD (Emeritus) William C. Paley (Emeritus) Michael S. Pollack, DDS José Ruiz Jocelyn Sigue (Co-Chair, Elect) Blair Wunderlich

STAFF

Emily Fussner, Event Manager Alexa Kaye, Individual Giving & Development Director Jordan Martin, Curatorial Production Manager Peter Nesbett, Keeper of Imaginative Futures/Executive Director Alexandra Silverthorne, Resident Historian/Bookkeeper Nathalie von Veh, Resident Storyteller 250 copies of this catalog were printed on the occasion of Washington Project for the Arts’ (WPA) HIGH FREQUENCY benefit auction on Artsy. Managing Editor: Emily Fussner Design: Composite Co., New York, NY Printing: The Prolific Group, Winnipeg, MB, Canada Copyright: Washington Project for the Arts


WASHINGTON PROJECT FOR THE ARTS


INTRODUCTION


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION

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HOW WPA IS SUPPORTING ARTISTS

INTRODUCTION

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HOW TO PURCHASE ARTWORKS

INTRODUCTION

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AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS

INTRODUCTION

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ARTWORKS FOR SALE

ARTWORK

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

ARTWORK

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45 ARTISTS FOR 45 YEARS

ARTWORK

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HOST COMMITTEE

SUPPORT

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CORPORATE SPONSORS

SUPPORT

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

INFORMATION

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ABOUT WPA

INFORMATION

HIGH FREQUENCY

LETTER FROM THE CO-CHAIRS

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LETTER FROM THE CO-CHAIRS

As the co-chairs of this year’s benefit art auction, we are pleased to introduce HIGH FREQUENCY: a Benefit Auction in support of Artists and WPA, to be held in partnership with Artsy from July 30 – August 13, 2020. This catalog, printed exclusively for WPA’s closest supporters and friends, is a preview of the artworks available for sale. This year marks an important milestone for WPA: our 45th anniversary. Ideally, we would be celebrating with you in person at Collectors’ Night, our annual benefit party, but this year the coronavirus made that impossible. By partnering with Artsy to move the auction online, we are able to honor our commitment to the participating artists while also caring for the health of our community. We hope you will see the auction as an opportunity to support the important work of WPA, while also lifting up the artists who continue to bring us inspiration, solace, and moments of joy during this challenging time. We’d like to thank the corporate partners and host committee members who stayed with us through the transition from an in-person to virtual event, especially those who recognized the need and increased their support. We will enjoy seeing your bids online in the coming weeks, and we look forward to a time when we can gather again to celebrate our creative community in person.

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Sincerely,

Martha Blalock Co-chair

Brittany Bansak Co-chair


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In response to this global health crisis, WPA has stepped up to help artists like never before. With your support, we will continue to take actions like these to sustain our creative community. ARTIST PROGRAMMING WPA is forging ahead with all of the programs we had in development at the time that the pandemic began. This has meant reconceiving them in new forms, using new online and virtual platforms, and even the U.S. Postal Service. VISUAL ARTIST IMPACT SURVEY WPA circulated the first national visual artist survey in response to the pandemic to better understand its impact, both financially and artistically. Hundreds of artists responded, entrusting us with their stories. We used this information to develop the criteria for Wherewithal Recovery Grants. WHEREWITHAL RECOVERY GRANTS With significant funding from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, as well as the generous support of a number of individual donors, WPA launched the Wherewithal Recovery Fund, granting aid to visual artists struggling to meet basic expenses. Through this fund, we have provided relief to nearly 100 artists living and working in the Greater Washington area. ARTIST ADVOCACY WPA continues to advocate on behalf of artists in our region, principally around issues of compensation. We do this in our conversations with funders, our institutional colleagues (other nonprofit arts spaces), and local businesses. HIGH FREQUENCY

CONNECTING ARTISTS AND PATRONS WPA organizes two annual art sales that match hundreds of artists with an equal number of seasoned collectors and first-time buyers. This year, HIGH FREQUENCY replaces Collectors’ Night, our spring gala and auction.


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HIGH FREQUENCY provides a rare opportunity to purchase quality artwork for your home or office, while directly benefiting dozens of extraordinary artists, as well as WPA, during this critical time. The timed auction will be live from July 30 to August 13, 2020 through the online sales platform Artsy. REGISTER TO BID To place bids on Artsy, the first step is to create an account at www.artsy.net. The HIGH FREQUENCY auction will have its own page where you can register to bid several days in advance of the sale opening, or at any point during the sale period. When HIGH FREQUENCY is open for registration, it will appear in the “Upcoming Auctions” section of this page: www.artsy.net/auctions. When the auction is live and open for bidding, it will appear in the “Current Auctions” section. USING YOUR SMARTPHONE OR TABLET If you would like the convenience of browsing the HIGH FREQUENCY sale on your smartphone or tablet, you can download the Artsy app from the Artsy website at www.artsy.net/how-auctions-work.

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BROWSING THE SALE & MAKING INQUIRIES When you see a lot you want to bid on, you can view more information by clicking the thumbnail. For any additional questions, you can connect with an Artsy specialist by clicking “Ask a Specialist,” or you can contact WPA directly by calling Peter at 202.631.5438 or Alexa at 617.710.3829. A NOTE ON THE ARTWORKS Artwork dimensions are listed here unframed, height by width by depth (H x W x D). Further information about the artwork, including framed size, will be available on Artsy. Prices listed in this catalog are suggested retail, provided by the artist.


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PLACING A BID There are two ways to bid: you can either enter a bid that is one bid higher than the existing bid, or you can place a maximum bid and the system will bid on your behalf against other bidders up to your maximum bid amount. Please note that maximum bid amounts are only executed if there is a competing bidder up to that amount. PURCHASING The bidder with the higher bid at the time that the sale ends on August 13, 2020 is the purchaser of the artwork. Note that Artsy will not take payment; WPA staff will phone you on Friday, August 14th, or Monday, August 17th to confirm the artworks you won and to process payment. You can also arrange payment on your own initiative after the sale ends by calling us at 617.710.3829 and asking for Alexa Kaye. SALES TAX WPA will charge sales tax on purchases made to DC residents. The sales tax rate is 5.75%. Buyers requesting sales tax to be waived must provide documentation of tax exemption prior to processing. Regulation 402.3 of the District of Columbia Code provides that the gross receipts for the sale of items acquired by a semi-public or social organization for the purpose of resale at a planned function are subject to the 5.75% sales tax. PURCHASING ADDITIONAL ART AFTER THE AUCTION Unsold artwork may be available for purchase through the WPA office for one week after the HIGH FREQUENCY benefit auction ends. Please call Alexa Kaye, at 617.710.3829 for more information. ARTWORK SHIPPING & DELIVERY During the processing of your sale, WPA staff will inform you of the location of your art. If it is in the DC area, WPA staff will ask if you would like the artwork delivered, or if you would prefer to pick it up at the WPA offices. If the artwork is not in the DC area, WPA staff will work with you and the artist to arrange for shipping or delivery. If the work will be shipped or delivered, you will be invoiced for those costs, which must be paid before the artwork is released to you. Every effort will be made by WPA staff to unite you with your purchased artwork(s) within 21 days of the sale.

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SUPPORT WPA WITH A DONATION If you do not plan to purchase artwork right now but would still like to support Washington Project for the Arts, please consider making a donation today at wpadc.org or by calling Alexa Kaye at (617) 710-3829.


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AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS

The following terms & conditions are provided to you courtesy of Washington Project for the Arts (WPA). These are in addition to the Artsy Conditions of Sale, available for review on the Artsy website at www.artsy.net/conditions-of-sale. The property offered in this sale will be offered and sold by WPA solely. Any questions should be directed to WPA.

HIGH FREQUENCY

1. (a) WPA does not assume any risk, liability, or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property offered at this auction (that is, the identity of the creator or the period, culture, source of origin, as the case may be, with which the creation of any property is identified). (b) ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS IS” AND WPA MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND OR NATURE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPERTY, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CORRECTNESS OF ANY CATALOGUE, BID SHEETS, OR NOTICES OR DESCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY, NOR BE DEEMED TO HAVE MADE, ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTY OF PHYSICAL CONDITION, SIZE, QUALITY, RARITY, IMPORTANCE, GENUINENESS, ATTRIBUTION, AUTHENTICITY, PROVENANCE, OR HISTORICAL RELEVANCE OF THE PROPERTY. No statement in any catalogue, notice, or description or made at the sale, in any bill of sale invoice or elsewhere, shall be deemed such a representation or warranty of any assumption of liability. WPA makes no representation or warranty; expressed or implied, as to whether the purchaser acquires any reproduction rights in the property. 2. Any property may be withdrawn by WPA at any time before the actual sale without any liability therefore. 3. At the closing of the auction on August 13, 2020, and the documentation of the highest bid by Artsy staff, the highest bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the


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offered lot subject to all of the conditions set forth herein and thereupon (a) assumes the risk and responsibility thereof (including without limitation damage to frames or glass covering prints), (b) will sign a confirmation of purchase thereof, and (c) will pay the full purchase price therefore or such part as WPA may require. If WPA is unable to unite you with your purchases through no fault of its own within 30 days of the purchase, the artwork will be sent by WPA at the expense of the purchaser to a public warehouse at the expense of the purchaser and such additional charges will then be added to the purchase price of the object. If the foregoing conditions and other applicable conditions are not complied with, in addition to other remedies available to WPA by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the bid price, WPA at their option, may either (a) cancel the sale, or (b) resell the property on three days’ notice to the purchaser and for the account and risk of the purchaser, either publicly or privately, and in such event the purchaser shall be liable for payment of any deficiency, all other charges due hereunder, and incidental damages. 4. Any checks should be payable to Washington Project for the Arts. 5. These Conditions of Sale, as well as the purchaser’s and WPA’s respective rights and obligations hereunder, shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the District of Columbia. By bidding in this auction, whether in person or by agent, absentee bid, telephone, or other means, the purchaser shall be deemed to have consented to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts sitting in the District of Columbia.

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IDA APPLEBROOG

17 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Untitled (Kissing Birds), 2018 Ultrachrome ink on Hahnemühle bamboo paper | 13¾ x 11 in. | $1,500 | Courtesy of Ida Applebroog and Hauser & Wirth, New York, NY Lot 1


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ARTISTS

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JOHN AHEARN & RIGOBERTO TORRES

Young Man of Anacostia, 1992/2019 Acrylic on cast/carved plaster | 15 x 16 x 6 in. | $9,000

Lot 2


MARTIN CREED

19 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Work No. 3370, 2019 Screenprint with 6 color hand-applied fluorescent glitter on Somerset Tub Sized Satin Radiant White 410gsm | Edition of 125 | 23½ x 30 in. | $1,400 | Courtesy of the Artist and Counter Editions, Margate, UK Lot 3


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MUNTADAS

MEETINGS VI, 2000 Flat Ink on Double Dull Mylar | Artist’s Proof from a Portfolio of 6 | 51½ x 39½ in. | $6,500 Price includes shipping in U.S. | Courtesy of the Artist and Kent Fine Art Lot 4


FRED WILSON

21 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Best Man, 2015 Digital C-Print | Edition of 5 | 12 x 14 in. | $900

Lot 5


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FRED WILSON

Dan-Bashi, 2018 Digital C-Print | Edition of 30 | 20 x 16 in. | $1,500

Lot 6


FRED WILSON

23 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Beautiful, 2018 Digital C-Print | Edition of 30 | 19½ x 16½ in. | $1,200

Lot 7


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KATHERINE TZU-LAN MANN

Festoon, 2019 Acrylic, woodcut and sumi ink on mylar | 45 x 60 in. | $8,500 Lot 8


linn meyers

25 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Untitled, 2020 Direct gravure etching on gampi chine colléd on Hahnemühle | Unique Trial Proof | 30 x 24 in. | $3,200 | Courtesy of the Artist and Flying Horse Editions, UCF Lot 9


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SHERMAN FLEMING

Invisible n00se: Bearing Witness at the Underground Railroad Museum, 2018 Digital Print | Edition of 5 | 22 x 30 in. | $1,500 Lot 10


SHERMAN FLEMING

27 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Infinite Desire #17, 2019 Watercolor on 140lb. Arches hot press | 30 x 22 in. | $1,800 Lot 11


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KATHRYN CORNELIUS

For The Love Of Being, 2020 Print on digital archival inkjet paper | Edition of 4 | 18 x 12 in. | $1,008 Lot 12


MARK BENNETT

29 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Home of William “Uncle Bill” Davis, 2000 Etching | 17½ x 22½ in. | $2,500

Lot 13


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VITALY KOMAR

Judith on the Red Square, 1993 Screenprint on paper | Edition of 90 | 30¾ x 30 in. | $10,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Vera G. List New Year’s Graphic Fund Lot 14


NIC NICOSIA

31 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

SaFe House #1, 2004/2019 Archival Inkjet on Hot Press Bright | H.C. 2 (Artist Proof) | 24 x 36 in. | $9,500 | Courtesy the Artist and Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas, TX Lot 15


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BETTIE RINGMA AND MARC H. MILLER

Bettie Visits CBGB, 1976-78 10 vintage original color photographic prints in facsimile portfolio | 4½ x 5¼ in. | $3,500 Lot 16


BETTIE RINGMA AND MARC H. MILLER

33 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Bettie Visits CBGB, 1976-78 (other views) 10 vintage original color photographic prints in facsimile portfolio | 4½ x 5¼ in. | $3,500 Lot 16


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FRANCIS RUYTER

John Collier Jr: Chacon, Mora County, New Mexico. Spanish-American Ranchers, 2017 Acrylic on canvas | 27½ x 19¾ in. | $6,500 Lot 17


FRANCIS RUYTER

35 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Walker Evans: Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama, 2017 Acrylic on canvas | 27½ x 19¾ in. | $6,500 Lot 18


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MAGGIE MICHAEL

Drawing For Painting: Rest and Tear, 2020 Ink and paper on film mounted on wood | 14 x 17 x ¼ in. | $3,000

Swimmers, Divers: Muddy Water Resurrection, 2020 Ink and acrylic on canvas | 36 x 48 x 2 in. | $10,000

Lot 19

Lot 20


MAGGIE MICHAEL

37 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Index the Sky: Matta Swings Mariposa, 2020 Ink, acrylic, metal dust, bronze particles on canvas | 48 x 60 x 2 in. | $15,000 Lot 21


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GABRIEL MARTINEZ

dip me in honey and throw me to the Lesbians, 2019 Sanded denim on linocut, mounted on wood panel | 12 in. diameter x 1 in. | $800 Lot 22


GABRIEL MARTINEZ

39 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

All Power to the People, 2019 Sanded denim on linocut, mounted on wood panel | 24 x 18 x 1½ in. | $1,200 Lot 23


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ROBIN BELL

Kelly Scares Kids, 2018 Inkjet print on archival paper | Edition of 10 | 24 x 36 in. | $1,000 Lot 24


ROBIN BELL

41 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

You Can Make the World a Better Place, 2019 Inkjet print on archival paper | Edition of 10 | 36 x 24 in. | $1,000 Lot 25


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MARK KELNER

Go Go CDs, 2019 Acrylic on canvas | 28 x 19 x 1½ in. | $4,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Blue Square, Washington, DC 

Do Not Center, 2015 3M Diamond Grade prismatic sheet | 23 x 23 x ¼ in. | $4,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Blue Square, Washington, DC

Lot 26

Lot 27


MARK KELNER

43 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Intentionally Blank, 2019 Acrylic on canvas | 36 x 27 x 1½ in. | $3,500 | Courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Blue Square, Washington, DC Lot 28


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JONATHAN MONAGHAN

Sol Justitiae, 2019 Dye-sublimation on aluminum, 3D printed gold-plated brass, LED light | Edition of 3 | 29 x 21 in. | $5,500 | Courtesy of the Artist and bitforms gallery, New York, NY Lot 29


JOSEPH ORZAL

45 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY Yes, 2019 Screenprint and acrylic | Unique | 15 x 22 in. | $900 | Courtesy of the Artist and NomuNomu Lot 30


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JOSEPH ORZAL

Homes for People Not for Profit. In collaboration with Chicha Ads and Katie Petitt, 2019 Screenprint | Edition of 100 | 33 x 23 in. | $200 | Courtesy of the Artist and NomuNomu Lot 31


JOSEPH ORZAL

47 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY Moechella Poster. In collaboration with Globe Posters, 2019 Letterpress and Screenprint | Edition of 200 | 24 x 18 in. | $200 | Courtesy of the Artist and NomuNomu Lot 32


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NEKE CARSON

John Waters Closet Portrait, 2009 Photo on paper | Edition of 3 | 46 x 36 in. | $4,000

Lot 33


NEKE CARSON

49 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Silver Rose, 2020 Photo on metal | Edition of 3 | 20 x 30 in. | $3,000

Jericho, 2020 Photo on metal | Edition of 3 | 20 x 30 in. | $3,000

Lot 34

Lot 35


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STEPHEN VITIELLO

SiteSound Series Polaroid: AustinTX, 2012 Polaroids | Unique | 11 x 19 in. | $2,500

Lot 36


PAT WARD WILLIAMS

51 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Southern Notions of Order, 2006 Handcolored darkroom altered silver gelatin photograph, text | Edition of 3 | 31 x 36 in. | $7,000 | Bottom image shows detail. Lot 37


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TIM DOUD

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AVA I L A B L E

CDGJWR (Yellow Black), 2019 Acrylic and oil enamel on panel | 17 x 14 in. | $3,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Curator’s Office, Washington, DC Lot 38


TIM DOUD

53 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY CDGJWLPS (Dk. Navy Blue), 2019 Acrylic and oil enamel on canvas | 17 x 14 in. | $3,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Curator’s Office, Washington, DC Lot 39


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DAN STEINHILBER

Untitled, 2009-20 Trash bag on greenhouse plastic | 60 x 72 x 2 in. | $12,000 Lot 40


SHELDON SCOTT

55 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

l.a.d.c.a.f (purple glitter), 2018 Charcoal on Coventry rag, glitter | 30 x 22 in. | $4,500

Lot 41


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JON MALIS

sRGB (The Colors of the Internet) <VSC Woodshop>, 2018 Chromaluxe aluminum panels (set of six) | Each 16 x 16 x 1 in. | $2,400 Lot 42


SHEILA CRIDER

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ARTWORK NO LONGER

Large Format Grid Construction #4, 2019 Acrylic, cotton thread, Japanese paper, polyester quilt batting | 20 x 26 in. | $2,200

Large Format Grid Construction #7, 2019 Acrylic, cotton thread, Japanese paper, polyester quilt batting | 26 x 41 in. | $2,600

Lot 43

Lot 44

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AVA I L A B L E


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YACINE TILALA FALL

FED II, 2019 Digital prints of performance | Edition of 3 | 30 x 20 in. | $4,500 | Courtesy of the Artist and Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC Lot 45


YACINE TILALA FALL

59 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

FED III, 2019 Digital prints of performance | Edition of 3 | 30 x 20 in. | $4,500 Retail | Courtesy of the Artist and Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC Lot 46


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KATE SABLE

Don’t Hate Me Until After the Party, 2019 Oil on board | 14 x 11 x ¼ in. | $900

Lot 47


HUNTER REYNOLDS

61 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Shaman Otoshis Totem Collage, 2009 Acrylic and thread on paper | 37½ x 13 in. | $4,000 | Courtesy The Artist and PPOW, New York, NY | Original artwork substituted with current artwork 5/27/20

Lot 48


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ZEREK KEMPF

Deepfake (Stage 1), 2019 Digital pigment print, mounted | Unique | 22¼ x 32¼ in. | $2,500

Deepfake (Stage 5), 2019 Digital pigment print, mounted | Unique | 22¼ x 32¼ in. | $2,500

Lot 49

Lot 50


ZEREK KEMPF

63 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY EternalBlue, 2019 4K Ultra HD video | Edition of 3 | Dimensions variable | $1,500 Lot 51


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WESLEY BERG

T-31, 2019 Graphite and gouache on paper | 7 x 7 in. | $500 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD Lot 52


WESLEY BERG

65 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

258, 2019 Graphite and gouache on paper | 7 x 7 in. | $500 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD

255, 2019 Graphite and gouache on paper | 7 x 7 in. | $500 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD

Lot 53

Lot 54


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THOMAS DAHLBERG

The Diary of an Antipode, 2020 Collage and clipboards on Gatorboard | 16 x 24 x ½ in. | $1,200

Though as for That the Passing There, 2019 Paper collage and drawing on Gatorboard | 16 x 24 x ½ in. | $1,200

Lot 55

Lot 56


THOMAS DAHLBERG

67 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

A Woman Told Me This, 2019 Photo collage on Gatorboard | 24 x 27 x ½ in. | $1,200

Lot 57


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ERICK ANTONIO BENITEZ

A Silhouette of Desert Night, 2019 Acrylic, embroidery, camouflage straps on thermal mylar | 20 x 16 x 1 in. | $1,800 Lot 58


ERICK ANTONIO BENITEZ

69 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

The Shadows of Airplanes Up in the Sky, 2018 Acrylic, embroidery, camouflage ratchet straps and net on stretched thermal mylar | 20 x 16 x 1 in. | $1,800 | Original artwork substituted with current artwork 7/1/20

Lot 59


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ALEXANDRA SILVERTHORNE

Untitled 01, 2018 Archival inkjet print from scanned expired slide film | Edition of 10 | 18 x 26 in. | $650

Untitled 03, 2018 Archival inkjet print from scanned expired slide film | Edition of 10 | 18 x 26 in. | $650

Lot 60

Lot 61


WILSON BUTTERWORTH

71 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Mason Neck 0932, 2018 Archival inkjet print | Edition of 2 | 11¼ x 20 in. | $500

Lot 62


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FUREN DAI

Truth or Consequences, 2017 Inkjet print on Epson Luster | Edition of 2 | 21 x 32 in. | $2,200 Lot 63


FUREN DAI

73 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

How to Handle A Precious Man, 2018 7 Color screenprint and drawing | Unique | 40 x 30 in. | $2,200 Lot 64


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LEIGH DAVIS

ELE Map, Still from Inquiry Into the ELE, 2017 Digital collage | Edition of 10 | 8½ x 11 in. | $450

Lot 65


ERIC WILLIAM CARROLL

75 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Demonstration Telescope, 2016/2018 Photogravure & pigment ink print | Artist Proof 1 of 5 | 14 x 11 in. | $400 Lot 66


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KYLE J. BAUER

A Trophy for Brian, 2014 Slip cast porcelain, fiberglass, metal, paint, contact paper, cardboard | 72 x 24 x 8 in. | $3,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC Lot 67


KYLE J. BAUER

77 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

zulu, 2019 4 color relief block print | Edition of 4 | 30 x 22 in. | $800 | Courtesy of the Artist and Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC Lot 68


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CHRISTOPHER KARDAMBIKIS

Terra Nullius #1, 2018 Laser etching and screen print on paper | 20 x 30 in. | Edition of 5 | $1,300

Terra Nullius #2, 2018 Laser etching and screen print on paper | 20 x 30 in. | Edition of 5 | $1,300

Lot 69

Lot 70


CHRISTOPHER KARDAMBIKIS

79 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Terra Nullius #4, 2018 Laser etching and screen print on paper | 20 x 30 in. | Edition of 6 | $1,300 Lot 71


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JEANETTE MAY

Tech Vanitas: Fiber Optics, 2017 Archival pigment print on Platine Rag | Edition of 10 | 24 x 36 in. | $2,700 Lot 72


JEANETTE MAY

81 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Tech Vanitas: Train Set, 2018 Archival pigment print on Platine Rag | Edition of 10 | 24 x 36 in. | $2,700 Lot 73


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SOBIA AHMAD

contours of a longing IV, 2019 Ink on ceramic tiles | Edition of 10 | 6¼ x 6¼ x 1 in. | $1,000

contours of a longing I, 2019 Ink on ceramic tiles | Edition of 3 | 15½ x 9 ½ x 1½ in. | $2,500

Lot 74

Lot 75


ANNETTA KAPON

83 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

412, 2019 Paper collage on paper | 10 x 8 in. | $800

431, 2019 Paper collage on paper | 8 x 10 in. | $800

Lot 76

Lot 77


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ANNETTA KAPON

435, 2019 Paper collage on paper | 10 x 8 in. | $800

448, 2019 Paper collage on paper | 8 x 10 in. | $800

Lot 78

Lot 79


ANNETTA KAPON

85 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

465, 2019 Paper collage on paper | 8 x 10 in. | $800

Lot 80


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CAITLIN TEAL PRICE

Untitled Red, 2020 X-Acto blade etching, archival pigment print | 14 x 11 in. | $1,200 Lot 81


CAITLIN TEAL PRICE

87 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Untitled Yellow, 2020 X-Acto blade etching, archival pigment print | 14 x 11 in. | $1,200 Lot 82


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BETSY PACKARD

Old Bat/Angel, 2018 Sewn wool, cotton | 51 x 50 in. | $1,900

Lot 83


BETSY PACKARD

89 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

The Sound of Music, 2019 Corduroy, cotton, woven wool | 26 x 19 in. | $1,000

Lot 84


TSEDAYE MAKONNEN

ARTWORK 90

NO LONGER

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AVA I L A B L E

The Crowning Series: Diamond Pelvis (used in performance on 1.24.20), 2020 Sculpture | 9½ x 5½ x 5½ in. | $3,000 | Bottom images show other views. Lot 85


TSEDAYE MAKONNEN

91 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

You Have No Idea Who You Are Messing With (image taken by and in collaboration with Ayana Evans at The Inkwell Beach, Marthaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vineyard, part of The Crowning Series), 2019 Semi-matte archival paper | Edition of 5 | 30 x 20 in. | $2,500 Lot 86


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92

JOAN BELMAR

Luna Roja (Jan. 21, 2019), 2020 Acrylic, ink, vinyl and wood on plywood | 29½ x 39½ x 2 in. | $4,200 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery and Addison/Ripley Fine Art Lot 87


JOAN BELMAR

93 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Geometrico (Azul), 2016 Acrylic, ink, vinyl and wood on plywood | 29½ x 39½ x 2 in. | $4,200 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery and Addison/Ripley Fine Art Lot 88


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94

JORDAN HAMLETT SANDERS

Oculus Reflector, 2019 Steel, brick, and neodymium | 15 x 7 x 7 in. | $900

Lot 89


STEVE WANNA

95 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

CE190520.1142, 2019 Acrylic, powder pigment, resin, plaster, mixed media 33 x 33 x 2½ in. | $5,700 Lot 90


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96

NATALIE CHEUNG

Untitled, Facsimile, 2018 Silver Gelatin Chemigram | Unique | 34 x 40 in. | $3,800 | Courtesy of the Artist and Morton Fine Art Lot 91


CHRIS COMBS

97 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Road Ahead, 2019 Hand-assembled custom display panels, vintage LED displays, powder-coated steel enclosure, acrylic, computer, microwave occupancy sensor, infrared occupancy sensors | 8 x 13 x 3¼ in. | $4,495 | Bottom images show other views. Lot 92


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98

ABOL BAHADORI

Equinox, 2018 Mixed media on canvas | 48 x 36 x 1½ in. | $3,600

Lot 93


ABOL BAHADORI

99 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Fallings, 2019 Mixed media on canvas | 48 x 36 x 1½ in. | $3,600

Lot 94


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100

BRADLEY CHRISS

Expanse/Expand/Impulse/Evolve, 2018 Gouache on paper | 22 x 30 in. | $2,400 | Courtesy of the Artist and Curatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office, Washington, DC Lot 95


BRADLEY CHRISS

God’s Maw, 2019 Gouache on paper | 22 x 30 in. | $2,400 | Courtesy of the Artist and Curator’s Office, Washington, DC Lot 96


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102

JAMES HUCKENPAHLER

25% sugar, 2007 Digital print | Unique | 42 x 56 in. | $5,800 | Courtesy of the Artist and HEMPHILL Lot 97


JEFF SPAULDING

103 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Understudy, 2016 Polystyrene, plaster, pigment | 14 x 12 x 10½ in. | $8,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Curator’s Office, Washington, DC Lot 98


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104

PAUL RUCKER

FOREVER: Emmett Louis Till, 2019 Fujicolor Crystal Archive emulsion sealed between solid recycled aluminium and a high-gloss UV protective laminate | 40 x 30 in. | Edition of 18 | $8,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Greg Kucera Gallery Lot 99


TERENCE NICHOLSON

105 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

The Pining: Musings on the Myth of Safety, 2018 Wood, shredded loan modification statements, mixed media | 49 x 49 x 7 in. | $4,000 Lot 100


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106

VERONICA MELENDEZ

Palos Para Chocobananos, 2019 Archival pigment print | Edition of 4 | 19 x 13 in. | $700

Lot 101


VERONICA MELENDEZ

107 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Bimbo Bread, 2019 Archival pigment print | Edition of 4 | 19 x 13 in. | $700

Pineapple Soda, 2019 Archival pigment print | Edition of 4 | 19 x 13 in. | $700

Lot 102

Lot 103


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108

WESLEY CLARK

Nationalism and the Knife, 2017 Oil paint, wood, steel | 15 x 4 x 11 in. | $2,800 | Courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD Lot 104


WESLEY CLARK

109 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Dark Matter, 2017 Oil paint, plywood, hinges | 26 x 34 in. | $4,500 | Courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD Lot 105


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110

MOLLY SPRINGFIELD

Austerlitz, 2016 Graphite on paper | 16½ x 25½ in. | $3,500

Lot 106


TIM TATE

111 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

My Secret Blue Lover, 2019 Cast Poly-Vitro, video, electronics | 42 x 42 x 3 in. | $7,500 Lot 107


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112 112

MATT PINNEY

The Flight (after Fragonard), 2018 Oil on canvas | 18 x 14 in. | $2,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD

Pushkinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tale of the Gold Fish, 2018 Oil on canvas | 48 x 60 x 2 in. | $5,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD

Lot 108

Lot 109


SARA DITTRICH

113 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Variations on Listening #5, 2017 Polymer clay, acrylic paint on panel | 60 x 60 x 2 in. | $8,700 | Bottom image shows detail. Lot 110


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114

SARA DITTRICH

Variations on Listening #13, 2018 Polymer clay, thread, acrylic paint on panel | 20 x 20 x 1 in. | $540

Variations on Listening #14, 2018 Polymer clay, thread, acrylic paint on panel | 20 x 20 x 1 in. | $540

Lot 111

Lot 112


SARAH HARDESTY

115 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Just Around the Corner, 2017 Acrylic and ink on wood panel | 14 x 18 in. | $2,000

Unavoidable, 2018 Acrylic on wood panel | 36 x 48 in. | $3,800

Lot 113

Lot 114


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116

EDGAR ENDRESS

The Dawn, 2019 Archival digital print | Edition of 3 | 32 x 50 in. | $5,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Rofa Project

The Raft of Medusa, 2019 Archival digital media | Edition of 3 | 32 x 50 in. | $5,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Rofa Project

Lot 115

Lot 116


PAUL THULIN-JIMENEZ

117 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Genesis, 2020 Photography archival stylus print on metallic gold paper | Edition of 3, 1 Artist Proof | 19¼ x 24 in. | $2,300 Lot 117


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118

PAUL THULIN-JIMENEZ

Star of El Yunque, 2020 Photography archival stylus print on metallic gold paper | Edition of 3, 1 Artist Proof | 24 x 19¼ in. | $2,300

In Honor of Cacique Yuiza, 2020 Photography archival stylus print on metallic gold paper | Edition of 3, 1 Artist Proof | 24 x 19¼ in. | $2,300

Lot 118

Lot 119


JOHAB SILVA

119 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Study No. 6 for Point A to Point B and to Point A again, 2019 Plastic paint on plexiglass | 24 x 18 in. | $1,400

Study No. 7 for Point A to Point B and to Point A again, 2019 Plastic paint on plexiglass | 24 x 18 in. | $1,400

Lot 120

Lot 121


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120

KIM LLERENA

Aztec, New Mexico, 2017 Archival pigment print | Edition of 5 | 23 x 28½ in. | $500 Lot 122


KIM LLERENA

121 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Tucumcari, New Mexico, 2017 Archival pigment print | Edition of 5 | 23 x 28½ in. | $500 Lot 123


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122

ROBERT MACDONALD

No Title (Careen1), 2019 Acrylic on muslin | 20 x 18 x 1½ in. | $2,000

Lot 124


ROBERT MACDONALD

123 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

No Title (Careen2), 2019 Acrylic on muslin | 20 x 18 x 1½ in. | $2,000

No Title (Careen3), 2019 Acrylic on muslin | 20 x 18 x 1½ in. | $2,000

Lot 125

Lot 126


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124

RENÉ TREVIÑO

Star Field (Ultramarine), 2019 Acrylic on Dura-Lar | 20 x 25 in. | $3,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas, TX Lot 127


RENÉ TREVIÑO

125 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Star Field (Egyptian Violet), 2019 Acrylic on Dura-Lar | 20 x 25 in. | $3,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas, TX Lot 128


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126

MAGNOLIA LAURIE

collide and pull apart, 2018 Ink on paper | 18 x 12 in. | $1,400

Lot 129


MAGNOLIA LAURIE

127 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

how far is far, 2018 Oil on panel | 12 x 12 x 2 in. | $1,400

how we shape each other, 2018 Oil on panel | 18 x 18 x 2 in. | $2,100

Lot 130

Lot 131


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128

JEAN JINHO KIM

Flying Wheels, 2019 Wheels, work glove, yarn, plastic, reflective tape | 27 x 16 x 3½ in. | $1,800 Lot 132


JANEL LEPPIN

129 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Flowers, 2018 Woven performance clothes | 79 x 48 x 2 in. | $9,000

Lot 133


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130

AMY BOONE-MCCREESH

Souvenir Change Purse (wish you were here), 2018 Mixed media and collage on paper | 55 x 29 x 1½ in. | $3,000 Lot 134


AMY BOONE-MCCREESH

131 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Decro Foliage, 2017 Mixed media on cut paper | 42 x 30 x 2 in. | $1,800

Lot 135


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132

RODRIGO PRADEL

Canal, 2018 Oil on wood | 36 x 48 x 1½ in. | $5,000

Lot 136


RODRIGO PRADEL

133 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Cityscape, 2020 Oil on wood | 36 x 24 x 1½ in. | $3,000

Lot 137


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134

MEHVES LELIC

Leaning Palms, 2019 Infrared photograph, archival print on metallic rag | Edition of 5 | 10½ x 16 in. | $1,250

Untitled, 2019 Infrared photograph, archival print on metallic rag | Edition of 5 | 10½ x 16 in. | $1,250

Lot 138

Lot 139


LELY CONSTANTINOPLE

135 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

untitled 3, 2016 Héliogravure on Hahnemühle cotton rag 300gsm | Edition of 5 | 26 x 21 in. | $2,500 Lot 140


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136

LELY CONSTANTINOPLE

untitled 2, 2016 Héliogravure on Hahnemühle cotton rag 300gsm | Edition of 5 | 26 x 21 in. | $2,500

untitled 1, 2017 Héliogravure on Hahnemühle cotton rag 300gsm | Edition of 5 | 26 x 21 in. | $2,500

Lot 141

Lot 142


KATE MACDONNELL

137 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

santa clarita fire, 2016 Pigment print | Edition of 6 | 13 x 19 in. | $950

niagara moon, 2015 Pigment print | Edition of 6 | 13 x 19 in. | $950

Lot 143

Lot 144


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138

KATE MACDONNELL

quarry constellation, 2014 Pigment print | Edition of 3 | 40 x 26½ in. | $2,400

Lot 145


DEE DWYER

139 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Misunderstood, 2017 Archival print | Edition of 15 | 16 x 20 in. | $1,000

Untitled 2019, 2019 Archival print | Edition of 12 | 11 x 14 in. | $600

Lot 146

Lot 147


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140

AMY HUGHES BRADEN

Unfinished Blob, 2018 Acrylic, graphite, glitter, un-stretched canvas, cradled panel | 30 x 24 x 2 in. | $850 Lot 148


GORDON HALL

141 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Brothers and Sisters (II), 2018 Cast pigmented concrete | 24 x 7 x 5½ in. | $4,500 | Courtesy of the Artist and DOCUMENT Lot 149


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142

MARTHA JACKSON JARVIS

Lake Effect I, 2009 Acrylic, wax, pigment | 28 in. x 22 in. | $5,500

Lot 150


KELLY TOWLES

143 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Thank You, 2019 Engraved tile with spray paint | 36 x 24 in. | $3,000

Lot 151


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144

CATHERINE DAY

Winter Vines, little dots, 2018 Digital pigment print on a handmade, unique antique linen containing lace edges | 13½ in. diameter | $750 Lot 152


CATHERINE DAY

145 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

White Roses, 4 triangles, 2018 Assembled digital pigment prints on a lower layer of a unique lace edged antique linen & a top layer of silk organza | 24 x 23 in. | $900 Lot 153


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146

SASHA BASKIN

The Rose, 2018 Jacquard and vhand-woven cotton, silk, rayon, rosette overshot patterning, natural dye, digital still: “The Bachelor” (season 22) | 21 x 27 in. | $1,500 Lot 154


SASHA BASKIN

147 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

A Weaving About Quantum Mechanics, 2017 Handwoven tencel and wool, natural dye, ikat | 15 x 14 in. | $600 Lot 155


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148

SASHA BASKIN

A Rose Path I, 2018 Hand-woven cotton, ikat dye resists, natural dye | 6 x 7½ in. | $400

Portrait of Lacy (Black and White), 2017 Jacquard and hand-woven cotton thread, digital still: “Bachelor in Paradise” (season 4) | 11 x 14 in. | $600 Original artwork substituted with current artwork 7/1/20

Lot 156

Lot 157


ESPI FRAZIER

149 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Stars and Stripes, 2018 Graphite on paper | 11 x 16 in. | $1,800

Lot 158


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150

NANCY DALY & KIM LLERENA

Pirateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cove Mini Golf, Rapid City, SD (golf pencil), 2019 Archival pigment print in handmade walnut frame | Edition of 3 | 50 x 40 in. | $1,500 Lot 159


NANCY DALY & KIM LLERENA

151 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Souvenir shop, Custer, SD (rocks), 2019 Archival pigment print in handmade walnut frame | Edition of 3 | 50 x 40 in. | $1,500 Lot 160


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152

ANDREA LIMAURO

Punic Wars, 2018 Acrylic paint, 24 karat gold leaf, metal leaf, paper collage on stretched canvas, framed | 24 x 24 x 1½ in. | $2,800 Lot 161


ANDREA LIMAURO

153 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Arrival, 2018 Acrylic paint, marker, metal leaf | 36 x 48 in. | $3,400

Lot 162


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154

GERARDO CAMARGO

The Gold and its Shadows, 2019 Acrylic, used sandpaper, graphite, and soil from Tepelmeme Mexico | 40 x 32 in. | $1,070 Lot 163


GERARDO CAMARGO

155 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Planet Alignment, 2019 Acrylic, used sandpaper, and aluminum on paper board | 16 x 12 in. | $480

Private Energy, 2019 Acrylic, used sandpaper, graphite and aluminum on board | 20 x 16 in. | $550

Lot 164

Lot 165


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156

MATT STORM

Act of Looking II, 03, Protagonist Jump - In Space, 2019 Dye sublimation print on fabric | Artist Proof, Edition of 3 | 85½ x 57 in. | $1,250 Lot 166


MATT STORM

157 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Act of Looking II, 10, M for M - In Space, 2019 Dye sublimation print on fabric, wood | Artist Proof, Edition of 3 | 60 x 47 in. | $2,000 | Images show front and back views. Lot 167


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158

HOLLY TROUT

Sweet and Salty, 2019 Apoxie sculpt, Sculptamold, acrylic | 3½ x 4 x 3 in. | $350

Universe, 2018 Plastic animals, plasticine, acrylic, wooden base | 6 x 9 x 6 in. | $400

Lot 168

Lot 169


HOLLY TROUT

159 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

The Girl, 2017 Pencil and collage | 11 x 8½ in. | $200

Lot 170


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160

GABRIELLA D’ITALIA

Begin Again, 2019 Mixed media & digital process printed on archival cotton rag | Edition of 3 | 33¼ x 46½ in. | $2,200 Lot 171


GABRIELLA D’ITALIA

161 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Pink Moon, 2019 Mixed media & digital process printed on archival cotton rag | Edition of 3 | 22¾ x 17½ in. | $900

Beaver Moon, 2019 Mixed media & digital process printed on archival cotton rag | Edition of 3 | 12¾ x 19 in. | $900

Lot 172

Lot 173


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162

KEN ASHTON

Megalopolis Trains 1, 2018 Digital photo, inkjet print | Artist Proof | 13 x 36 in. | $1,200 | Courtesy of the Artist and Civilian Art Projects

Megalopolis Trains 2, 2018 Digital photo, inkjet print | Artist Proof | 13 x 36 in. | $1,200 | Courtesy of the Artist and Civilian Art Projects

Lot 174

Lot 175


KRISTIN ADAIR

163 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Caged, 2019 Archival inkjet print | Edition of 25 | 12 x 12 in. | $450

Aflame, 2019 Archival inkjet print | Edition of 25 | 12 x 12 in. | $450

Lot 176

Lot 177


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164

KRISTIN ADAIR

Running, 2019 Archival inkjet print | Edition of 25 | 12 x 12 in. | $450

Lot 178


SYLVIE VAN HELDEN

165 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

#desire, 2019 Mixed media collage with Instagram images on panel | 16 x 16 x 2 in. | $3,000

#obsess2, 2019 Mixed media collage with Instagram images on panel | 8 x 8 x 2 in. | $1,800

Lot 179

Lot 180


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166

MAPS GLOVER

Black Power Networkt, 2020 Acrylic painting on canvas | 12 x 12 in. | $2,200 Original artwork substituted with current artwork 7/1/20

Lot 181


MAPS GLOVER

167 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Social Commentary, 2019 Acrylic painting on canvas | 36 x 48 in. | $3,600

Lot 182


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168

TRAVIS CHILDERS

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Always Upside Down, 2018 Architectural trees, model train landscape material, wood, hanging hardware | 13 x 8 x 8 in. | $700 Lot 183


TRAVIS CHILDERS

169 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Border 2, 2018 Model train landscape material, wood, paint, carving foam, gel medium | 12 x 12 x 3 in. | $700 Lot 184


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170

KATE GILMORE

Break of Day, 2010 Photograph | Edition of 10, 2 Aritst Proofs | 20 x 39 in. | $7,000 | Courtesy of the artist and David Castillo Gallery Lot 185


SHANA KOHNSTAMM

171 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Glassy Eyed, 2017 Hand-dyed wool, acrylic cabochons | 7½ x 10½ x 7 in. | $750

Kata, 2017 Hand-dyed wool, wire | 28 x 23½ x 21 in. | $2,850

Lot 186

Lot 187


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172

ALBERTO GAITÁN

Remembrancer: Global, 2007 Acrylic on Komatex® | made by artist-built robot and custom software compiling Internet data associated with global phenomena, transforming into painting and sound | 48 x 48 in. | $5,000 | Courtesy of the Artist and Curator’s Office, Washington, DC Lot 188


GHANA THINKTANK

173 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Revolution Toothbrush, 2012 Nylon and polypropylene | 7 x ½ x ½ in. | $500

Lot 189


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DIANE FALK

Maida 4, 2017 Digital print on fine art rag paper | 12 x 18 in. | $800

Maida 6, 2017 Digital print on fine art rag paper | 12 x 18 in. | $800

Lot 190

Lot 191


DIANE FALK

175 ARTISTS HIGH FREQUENCY

Maida 1, 2017 Digital print on fine art rag paper | 12 x 18 in. | $800

Lot 192


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NADIA HUSTY

Untitled, 2018 Acrylic on canvas | 36 x 36 x 1½ in. | $1,500

Lot 193


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A R T I S T B I O G R A P H I E S KRISTIN ADAIR

IDA APPLEBROOG

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MA, GW Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2017; JD, George Washington University, Washington, DC; BS, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 2002 | Selected Exhibitions: Cell 17, By The People Festival, Washington, DC, 2018; Becoming Free, NEXT, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2017 | Selected Fellowships & Residencies: Arts Lab Fellowship, Halcyon, 2017-18; Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2020; 202Creates Residency, 2020 | www.kristinadair.com

Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, 1965-68; New York State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, New York, NY, 1948-50 | Selected Exhibitions: Ida Applebroog: Mercy Hospital, Freud Museum, London, UK, 2020; Ida Applebroog, Kunstmuseum Thun, Thun, Switzerland, 2019; Ida Applebroog, Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, 2016 | Selected Collections: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY | Selected Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award, College Art Association; John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Achievement Award | www.idaapplebroog.com

JOHN AHEARN Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY | Selected Exhibitions: Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1983, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; John Ahearn/Rigoberto Torres, Alexander and Bonin, New York, NY, 2017; Greater New York, MoMA/PS1, Long Island City, NY, 2015; Times Square Show, New York, NY, 1980 | Selected Public Collections: Eli Broad Family Foundation, Los Angeles, CA; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; Witte de With, Rotterdam, NL

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SOBIA AHMAD Lives/works: Silver Spring, MD | Education: BA, University of Maryland, College Park, 2016; BS, University of Maryland, College Park, 2015 | Selected Exhibitions: Women Filmmakers Festival, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, 2020; how the light gets in, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY, 2019; Focus Iran 2: Contemporary Photography and Video, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 2018 | Selected Fellowships: Halcyon Arts Lab Fellowship, 2019-20; Next Generation/Sanctuary Artist Fellowship, VisArts, Rockville, MD, 2019; Visual Arts Fellowship Award, Vermont Studio Center, 2018 | www.sobiaahmad.com

KEN ASHTON Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BFA, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, 1986 | Selected Exhibitions: Beltway Public Works: Lending Library, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 2017 | Selected Collections: Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; The Washington Post, Washington, DC | www.kendashton.com

ABOL BAHADORI Lives/work: Annandale, VA | Education: MA, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 1987; BA, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 1984 | Selected Exhibitions & Collections: ADA Foundation, Washington, DC, 2020; PEPCO Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC, 2011 | Selected Awards: Best in Show Award, The Art League, Alexandria, VA, 2019, 2018, 2015 | www.abolart.com


ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

ERICK ANTONIO BENITEZ

Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 2018; BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2014 | Selected Exhibitions: Sasha Baskin and Christina Humphreys: The Mechanical Bride, IS Projects, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 2020; Not a Metaphor, Sandra J. Blaine Gallery, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN, 2019; Soft Serve, Willow Street Gallery, Washington, DC, 2018 | Selected Awards & Residencies: Winter Residency, Penland School of Craft, 2020; Artist-in-Residence, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, 2018-19; Trabue Professional Arts Scholarship for Women, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, 2018 | www.sashabaskin.com

Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2014; Studio Arts, Metàfora Studio Arts Program, Barcelona, Spain, 2010 | Selected Exhibitions: La Track, Galerie B-312, Montréal, Quebec, 2020; Behind the Scenes, American University Museum, Washington, DC, 2020; Mickalene Thomas: A Moment’s Pleasure (featured video artist), Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2019 | Selected Awards & Residencies: La Track Invitational Residency, Pigment Sauvage, Montréal, 2019; Artist Travel Prize, Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City, 2019; Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Award, BOPA, 2018 | www.erickantoniobenitez.com

KYLE J. BAUER Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 2011; BFA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, 2007 | Selected Exhibitions: Transitional Objects, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA; 2019; Exhibition 280, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV, 2018; Kyle Bauer: Cardinal, Delaware Contemporary Art Museum, Wilmington, DE, 2017 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: Denbo Fellowship, Pyramid Atlantic, 2019; Award of Excellence, Huntington Museum of Art, 2018; Hamiltonian Fellowship, 2016 | www.kylejbauer.com

ROBIN BELL Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: Associate in Fine Art, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, Virginia, 2000 | Selected Exhibitions: Robin Bell: Open, GW Corcoran School of The Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2019; Shithole, Trump Hotel, Washington, DC, 2018; Subway Poop Emoji, Subway, Mt Pleasant, Washington, DC, 2015 | Selected Fellowships: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2016 | www.bellvisuals.com

JOAN BELMAR

MARK BENNETT Lives/works: Chattanooga, TN | Education: Graduate Art Program, New York University, New York, NY, 1982; BS, University Of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN, 1979 | Selected Exhibitions: From Leave It to Beaver to Fraiser: The Art of Mark Bennett, Thayer Gallery, University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, 2005; As Seen on TV: The Stamp of Approval, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, 2002; The Home Show, The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, 2000 | Selected Collections: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Orange County Museum of Art, Santa Ana, CA; Portland Art Museum, OR; The West Collection, Philadelphia, PA

WESLEY BERG Lives/works: Nacogdoches, TX | Education: MFA, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2007; BFA, Miami University, Oxford, OH, 2003 | Selected Exhibitions: The Infinite in the Intimate, Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD, 2020; PULSE Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL, 2019; Shadow Plane, Cole Arts Center, Nacogdoches, TX, 2019 | Selected Awards: Juror’s Choice Award, UNC Asheville, 2019; Distinguished Research and Creative Activity Award, Stephen F. Austin State University, 2018; Alumni Fellowship, University of Florida, 2004-07 | www.adahrosegallery.com/wesley-berg

AMY BOONE-MCCREESH Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Towson University, Baltimore, MD; BFA, Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, Lancaster, PA | Selected Awards & Fellowships: Maryland State Arts Council, Individual Artist Award, 2019, 2017; VCCA Residency and Fellowship, 2018; Hamiltonian Fellowship, 2012-14 | Selected Collections: Capital One, VA; Department of State, Monterrey, Mexico; Facebook, Washington, DC | www.amyboonemccreesh.com

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Poughkeepsie, NY & Washington, DC | Education: Fundacion DUOC, Santiago, Chile, 1993 | Selected Exhibition: Way Stations, University of Maine Museum of Art, Bangor, ME, 2019; Beguiled by Cravaggio, Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD, 2018; Cambalache, Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington, DC, 2017 | Selected Collections: Excelon Corporation, Washington, DC; Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA | www.joanbelmar.com

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WILSON BUTTERWORTH

NATHALIE CHEUNG

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 2015; BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2012 | Selected Exhibitions: The Sonic Memorial, The New Museum for Networked Art, 6th International Holocaust Conference, Riga, Latvia, 2019; soundMIGRATION, artvideoKOELN, The New Museum of Networked Art, Cologne, Germany, 2018; Contemporary Photography Exhibition, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, Gimpo-si, South Korea, 2016 | www.cargocollective.com/wilsonbutterworth

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions: Increments of Time, Morton Fine Art, Washington, DC, 2017; Facsimile Alternative Process, Morton Fine Art, Washington, DC, 2015; Landscape Biology, HEMPHILL Artworks, Washington, DC, 2009 | Collections: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX | www.nataliecheung.com

GERARDO CAMARGO

TRAVIS CHILDERS

Lives/works: Kensington, MD | Selected Exhibitions: Underlying Borders, Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC, 2019; After Eden: 40 Years of Art in Cuernavaca, Museum La Tallera Siqueiros, Morelos, Mexico, 2016; Mary B. Howard Artist Member Exhibition, Greater Reston Art Center, Reston, VA, 2016 | Selected Awards: Commissioner for Planning and Programming of Cultural Development, National Council for Culture and the Arts, State of Morelos, 2012; Promising Emerging Artist, Mexican National Council for Culture, 2002 | www.gerardocamargo.com

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2000; BFA, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, 1995 | Selected Exhibition: On the Rocks, Susan Eley Fine Art, New York, NY, 2019; TBA, Mount St. Mary University, Frederick, MD, 2020; Repeat, Repeat La Bodega Gallery, New York, NY, 2019 | Selected Awards: Strauss Fellowship Fairfax Arts Council, 2011, 2009; Finalist, The Trawick Prize, 2013; Sondheim Prize, Semi-finalist 2011, 2010 | www.travischilders.com

ERIC WILLIAM CARROLL Lives/Works: Minneapolis, MN | Education: MFA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 2006; BA, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA, 2002 | Selected Exhibitions: Anna Atkins Refracted: Contemporary Works, New York Public Library, New York, NY, 2018; A Field Guide to the Stars, Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Ballarat, Australia, 2017; Unfixed, Transformer Station, Cleveland, OH, 2016 | Selected Awards: Artist’s Initiative Grant, Minnesota State Arts Board, 2020; Travel Grant, Jerome Foundation, 2015; Baum Award for Emerging Photographers, Baum Foundation, 2012 | www.ericwilliamcarroll.com

HIGH FREQUENCY

NEKE CARSON Lives/works: Sag Harbor, NY | Education: Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, 1969 | Selected Exhibitions: Neke Carson: Glam Conceptualism, Interventional Performance, et aliis rerum, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY, 2019; Neke Carson: Portraits from the Closet, Damp Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2011; Neke Carson: Eyeball Portraits and Beyond + Neke Paints Andy ‘72, The Andy Warhol Museum Pittsburgh, PA, 2008; Apparitions: At Rest and at Play, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY, 1999 | Selected Performances: Sonnabend Gallery, New York, NY, 1992; Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY, 1989; Robert Friedus Gallery, New York, NY, 1979 | www.nekecarson.com

BRADLEY CHRISS Lives/works: Roanoke, Virginia, and Washington, DC | Education: MFA, American University, Washington, DC, 2008 | Selected Exhibitions: Umami Food and Art Festival, Eyebeam Gallery, New York, NY, 2010; Teacher’s Pet, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise@passerby, New York, NY, 2007 | Selected Fellowships: Visiting Artist Fellowship, Montgomery College, Takoma Park, MD, 2019 | www.bradleychriss.com

WESLEY CLARK Lives/works: Hyattsville, MD | Education: MFA, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 2012; BFA, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 2001 | Selected Exhibitions: Reparations: Some Things are just Owed, and Some More than Others, Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD, 2019; The Prophet’s Library, Vol. II, Fisk University, Nashville, TN, 2019; Faculty, Rush Arts Gallery, New York, NY, 2018 | Selected Fellowships: Morris Louis Fellowship, George Washington University, 2010 | www.wesleyclarkart.com

CHRIS COMBS Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2006; Selected Exhibitions: Judging Me Judging You, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2018; 1460 Wallmountables, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2018 | www.chriscombs.net


ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

GABRIELLA D’ITALIA

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: Atelier Helio’g, Paris, France, 2016; BA, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, 1993 | Selected Exhibitions: Start with This, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC, 2018; Pasado Perfecto, Centro Cultural Maria Atencia, Malaga, Spain, 2017-18 | Recent Fellowships: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2019 | Selected Collections: Anacostia Community Museum, Washington, DC; Corcoran Gallery of Art/NGA/GWU, Washington, DC; Smithsonian Museum of American History, Washington, DC | www.lelyconstantinople.com

Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: MFA, University of Maine, Orono, ME, 2013; BA, St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD, 1999 | Selected Exhibitions: Art in Embassies, US Residence, Doha, Qatar, 2017; The Best of Contemporary Quilts, Quilt National, Athens, OH, 2009 | Selected Permanent Collections: Collins Center for the Arts, Orono, ME | Selected Awards & Grants: Chase Distinguished Research Assistantship, University of Maine, 2011; Good Idea Grant, Maine Arts Commission, 2010, 2009; Honorable Mention, National Fiber Directions, 2009 | www.gabrielladitalia.com

KATHRYN CORNELIUS

THOMAS DAHLBERG

Lives/works: Phoenix, AZ / The Universe | MA in Communication, Culture, & Technology, Georgetown University, 2005 | Selected Exhibitions & Performances: Sit Stay Heal (performance), dOGUMENTA, Brookfield Arts Place, New York, NY, 2017; She Devil 6, Studio Stefania Miscetti, Rome, Italy, 2014; Let’s Not Ever Be Strangers Again, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC, 2013; Ad Absurdum, MARTa Herford Museum in Herford, Germany, 2008 | Residencies: Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA, 2020, 2019, 2012; Mildred’s Lane with Mark Dion & J Morgan Puett, Beach Lake, PA, 2009 | www.linktr.ee/kathryn.cornelius

Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Leroy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD; BA, Brown University, Providence, RI | Selected Exhibitions: Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY, 2020; Occultation by Mahsa R. Fard, Office 116A, Baltimore, MD, 2020; Object Permanence, Hancock Solar Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 2019 | Selected Residencies: Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 2015 | www.thomasdahlberg.com

MARTIN CREED Lives/works: London, UK and Alicudi, Italy | Education: Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK, 1986–90; Selected Exhibitions: Toast, Hauser & Wirth, London, UK, 2019; Artist Rooms: Martin Creed, Tate Britain, London, UK, 2019; The Back Door, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY, 2016 | Selected Awards: Turner Prize, 2001 | www.martincreed.com

SHEILA CRIDER Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BA, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia | Selected Exhibitions: Ménage, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ, 2016; Sheila Crider: Volume, Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC, 2014 | Selected Collections: African American Museum, Dallas, TX; James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD; Library of Congress Print Collection, Washington, DC; Yale University Book Collection, New Haven, CT | www.outthecube.blogspot.com

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LELY CONSTANTINOPLE

FUREN DAI Lives/works: Boston, MA and New York, NY | Education: MFA, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Tufts University, Boston, MA, 2016; BA, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China, 2010 | Selected Exhibitions: Chinese Zodiac Public Art Installation for Year of the Mouse, The Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, MA, 2020; Force Majeure, Eli Klein Gallery, New York, NY, 2020; The 21st Japan Media Art Festival of Award-winning works, The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan, 2018 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: The Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation Fellowship, Art OMI, 2017; The Excellence Award, The 21st Japan Media Art Festival, 2018 | www.furendai.com

NANCY DALY

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2011 | Selected Exhibitions: American Miniature, artspace, Richmond, VA, 2020; American Miniature, 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL, 2019; American Miniature, Pellissippi State Community College, Knoxville, TN, 2018 | Selected Fellowships: DC Commision for the Arts & Humanities, 2016-18; Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship, 2014-16 | www.nancy-daly.com


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LEIGH DAVIS

DEE DWYER

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 2007; BFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, GA, 1999 | Selected Exhibitions: Inquiry into the ELE, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA, 2020; In the Presence of Absence, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY, 2019; Vigil, Open Source Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (site-specific installation for Green-Wood Cemetery), 2017 | Selected Grants & Residencies: Interlude Residency, Livingston, NY, 2020; BRIC Media Production Fund, Brooklyn, NY, 2017; The Pollination Project Grant, 2016 | www.leighdavisprojects.com

Lives/works: Southeast, Washington, DC | Education: BFA, The Art Institute of Washington, Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions: Black Culture, Photo Schwiez, Zurich, Switzerland, 2020; Perspectives, Photoville, New York, 2019; Last Bite of Chocolate City?, Congress Heights Arts and Culture Center, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Awards: Tribe Truth Teller Award | www.deedwyerjonts.com

CATHERINE DAY Lives/works: McLean, VA | Education: BFA, Stephens College, Columbia, MO, 1978 | Selected Exhibitions & Collections: The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY | Selected Awards & Grants: Arts Council of Fairfax County Strauss Grant 2018, 2012; photolucida Critical Mass Finalist 2017, 2016; Trawick Prize Finalist, 2015 | www.catherineday.net

SARA DITTRICH Lives/Works: Baltimore, MD | Education: BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2014; Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague, The Czech Republic, 2013 | Selected Exhibitions: On the Verge, Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD, 2020; The Mother of Invention, School 33, Baltimore, MD, 2019; Sara Dittrich: The Labor of Listening, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA, 2019; Baker Artist Awards Exhibition, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2018; Sara Dittrich: Score for Room, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 2017 | www.saradittrich.com

HIGH FREQUENCY

TIM DOUD Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, 1992; Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, 1992; BS, Columbia College, Columbia, MO, 1983 | Selected Exhibitions: Mimeomai, Mono Practice, Baltimore, MD, 2019; Marginal Barrel of Oil, Raygun, Toowoomba, South Queensland, Australia, 2019; Outwin Boochever American Painting Today, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, 2016 | Selected Awards: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2012 | www.timdoud.net

EDGAR ENDRESS Lives/works: St. Augustine, FL | Education: MFA, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 2001; BA, Art and Communication (ACROS), 1998 | Selected Exhibitions: Edgar Endress: Celestial Emporium Of Benevolent Knowledge, Gallery Dilecta, Paris, France, 2019; Edgar Endress, ROFA Project, Zonamaco 19, Mexico City, Mexico, 2019; Libro de Viajes, Impakto Gallery, Lima, Peru, 2018; Strange Landscapes, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA, 2016 | Selected Awards: Dora Mar Fellowship, 2018 | www.eendress.com

DIANE FALK Lives/works: Washington, DC

YACINE TILALA FALL Lives/works: Washington, DC; Selected Exhibitions: Un Lien (A Link) Documentation, Essex Flowers Gallery, New York, NY, 2020; FED, Carroll Square Gallery, Washington, DC, 2019; Un Lien (A Link), Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Awards Fellowships: Hamiltonian Fellowship, 2019-21 | www.yacinetilalafall.com

SHERMAN FLEMING Lives/works: Philadelphia, PA | Education: Hartford Art School, Hartford, CT, 1977; Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 1975 | Recent Exhibitions & Performances: The Black Overlay: Infinite Desire, with Holly Bass, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2019; Sherman Fleming: n00se, various sites, 2015-16; Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, and Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY, 2013 | Selected Grants & Awards: Artist Residency, African American Museum in Philadelphia in partnership with Rush Arts Philadelphia, 2018; The Franklin Furnace Fund, 2013 | www.shermanfleming.com


ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

GORDON HALL

Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: BFA Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 1993; BFA School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, 1981 | Selected Exhibitions: Espi Frazier, Frederick Douglas-Isaac Meyers Maritime Park Museum, Baltimore, MD, 2020; Married to Art, Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD, 2017 | www.espi4art.com

Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: MFA and MA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, 2011; BA, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, 2005 | Selected Exhibitions: Through and Through and Through, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR, 2019; List Projects: Gordon Hall, The Number of Inches Between Them, MIT List Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, MA, 2018; Brothers and Sisters, The Renaissance Society, Chicago, IL, 2018 | Selected Grants: Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, 2018; The Kindling Fund, 2017 | www.gordonhall.net

ALBERTO GAITรN Lives/works: Arlington, VA | Education: BS, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, 1978 | Selected Exhibitions & Performances: [Piano Intervention,] Carolina Mayorga: PINK Ranchos and Other Ephemeral Zip Codes, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC, 2019; Brink and Boundary, American University Museum, Washington, DC, 2014; Alberto Gaitรกn: Remembrancer: as yet untitled, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, VA, 2009

GHANA THINKTANK John Ewing, Maria del Carmen Montoya, and Christopher Robbins | Lives/works: Various cities | Exhibitions & Projects: The American Riad, Detroit, 2018 - present; Venice Biennial of Architecture, Italy, 2012; Hong Kong/ Shenzhen Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism, 2011; Global Contemporary, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2011 | Selected Awards: Creative Capital Award, 2013 | www.ghanathinktank.org

KATE GILMORE Lives/works: New York | Education: MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, 2002; BA, Bates College, Lewiston, ME, 1997 | Selected Collections: Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY | Selected Awards & Fellowships: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, New York, NY, 2018; Art Prize (Art Jury Award), Grand Rapids, MI, 2015; Rauschenberg Residency Award, Captiva Island, FL, 2013/2014 | www.kategilmore.com

MAPS GLOVER

SARAH HARDESTY Lives/works: Arlington, VA | Education: MFA, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 2015; BA, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 1998 | Selected Exhibitions: Sarah Hardesty: Moving Mountains, VisArts, Rockville, MD, 2017; Sarah Hardesty: Imminent, Davidson Contemporary Art, New York, NY, 2012 | Selected Collections: The Progressive Art Collection, Mayfield Village, OH | Selected Fellowships & Residencies: Long Term Studio Resident, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA, 2019-present; Mednick Fellowship, Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 2018; MacDowell Colony Fellowship, 2012 | www.sarahhardesty.com

JAMES HUCKENPAHLER Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 1990 | Selected Exhibitions: James Huckenpahler: Desktop, Hemphill Artworks, Washington, DC, 2017; Parks & Passages, The Goethe Institut, Washington, DC, 2012; James Huckenpahler: Feature-length Painting, House Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT, 2011 | Selected Collections: Corcoran Gallery of Art; Wilson Building, Washington, DC | www.superluckyland.com

AMY HUGHES BRADEN Lives/work: Washington, DC | Education: BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2011 | Selected Exhibitions: Amy Hughes Braden: Shred, Sense Gallery, Washington, DC, 2019; Amy Hughes Braden: Rips, Red Dirt Studio, Mt. Rainier, MD, 2018 | Selected Curatorial Projects: Artist Mother Studio, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 2018; Artist Mother Studio, Rhizome DC, Washington, DC, 2017 | Selected Residencies: Cafritz Foundation Center at Montgomery College, Takoma Park/Silver Spring, MD, 2017 | www.amyhughesbraden.com

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions & Performances: Maps Glover: Save the Seed, CultureHouse, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Residencies: A Creative DC/Brookland, 2019 | www.mapsglover.com

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

NADIA HUSTY

MARK KELNER

Lives/Works: Washington, DC | Education: MA, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, D.C. 2011; BA, Mercyhurst University, Erie, PA, 2002 | Selected Exhibitions: Muleh, Washington, DC; Renaissance Hotel, Washington, DC | www.nadiahusty.com

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BA, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA | Selected Exhibitions: Solaris: Shelter for the Next Cold War, Culture House, DC, Washington, DC, 2019; Recycle Revolution, Librairie du Globe, Paris, France, 2018; Art on the Front Lines, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, 2017 | Selected Grants: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2019 & 2018 | www.markkelner.com

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MARTHA JACKSON JARVIS Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: Studied mosaic techniques and stone cutting in Ravenna, Italy; MFA, Antioch University, Columbia, MD, 1981; BFA, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1975 | Selected Exhibitions: Martha Jackson Jarvis: Outside/IN, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC, 2018; Martha Jackson Jarvis: Sounds from the Sea, Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC, 2017 | Selected Collections: North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA | Selected Fellowships & Grants: Creative Capital Award; Lila Wallace Arts International Travel Grant; National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship; Penny McCall Foundation Grant; Virginia Groot Fellowship | www.marthajacksonjarvis.com

JEAN JINHO KIM

Lives/works: Los Angeles, CA | Education: MFA, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 1992; BFA, Otis/Parsons, Los Angeles, CA, 1985 | Selected Exhibitions: Virtue of Necessity, Coachella Valley Art Center, Indio, CA, 2020; Here, LA Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2019; Not Actual Size, Proxy Gallery, Culver City, CA, 2013 | Selected Fellowships: Fulbright/Niarchos Fellowship, 2017 | www.annettakapon.com

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, American University, Washington, DC; BFA, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV | Selected Exhibitions: The Big Leap, curated my Susan Main, VisArts, 355 Pod Space, Rockville, MD, 2020; Dialogues, curated by Jordan Amirkhani, STABLE, Washington, DC, 2019; Deep Flash: On Art Transformation, curated by Tim Doud and Zoe Charlton, 2018 | Selected Awards: Catharina Baart Biddle Art Prize, American University, 2016; 2nd Prize, Korean Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s International Network, 2015 | www.jeanjinhokim.com

CHRISTOPHER KARDAMBIKIS

SHANA KOHNSTAMM

Lives/works: Alexandria, VA | Education: MFA, University of California, San Diego, 2012; BFA, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 2005 | Selected Exhibitions: Terra Nullius, Unrequited Leisure, Nashville, TN, 2019; Selected Collections: Stanford Special Collections; University of Michigan Special Collections | Selected Awards & Residencies: FAR and Away Resident, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 2019; Emerging Artist Grant Nominee, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, 2015 | www.kardambikis.com

Lives/works: Bethesda, MD | Selected Exhibitions: SHE: an expression of womanhood, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Art Center, Solomons, MD, 2020; Boundless, Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, Silver Spring, MD, 2019; Light Liminal, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Awards: Sparkplug Collective, DC Arts Center, 2019-20; Periscope, Arts & Business Council of Nashville, TN, 2015; Merit Award, Fine Contemporary Craft of the Southeastern US, 2014 | www.shanakohnstamm.com

ANNETTA KAPON

HIGH FREQUENCY

ZEREK KEMPF Lives/works: Brooklyn, NY | Education: MFA, University of California, San Diego, CA, 2006; BFA, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 2003 | Selected Exhibitions: who knows one, curated by Haim Steinbach, Vistamare di Benedetta Spalletti, Pescara, Italy, 2019; Dot, Point, Period, a Curated Installation by Joseph Kosuth, Castelli Gallery, New York, NY, 2019; Millennium Magazines, Museum of Modern Art Library, New York, NY, 2012 | www.zerekkempf.com


ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

ANDREA LIMAURO

Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: MFA, Stroganov Institute of Art and Design, Moscow, Russia, 1967; Moscow Art School, Moscow, Russia, 1960 | Recent Exhibitions: Art-Past-Present: Vitaly Komar, The Wende Museum, Culver City, CA, 2019; Comrade. Jew. We only wanted Paradise on Earth, The Jewish Museum in Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 2018; Vitaly Komar: Allegories of Justice, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, 2015 | Selected Awards: Hermitage Museum Foundation Award, 2010 | Selected Collections: Albertina, Vienna, Austria; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; The Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia | www.komarandmelamid.org

Lives/works: Silver Spring, MD | Education: Master of Urban Planning and Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005; BA, Essex University, Colchester, UK, 1998 | Selected Exhibition: Andrea Limauro: A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats, Fisher Gallery, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, VA, 2019; VIDart Auction, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC, 2019; Andrea Limauro: Mare Nostrvm, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC, 2018 | Selected Awards: Albero Andronico - XII Edition National Award Finalist, Rome, Italy, 2019 | www.andrealimauro.com

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VITALY KOMAR

KIM LLERENA MAGNOLIA LAURIE Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2007; PBA, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, 2004; BA, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, 1998 | Recent Exhibitions: Again and Again, frosch & portmann, New York, NY, 2019; to rise and fall, The Spite Haus, Philadelphia, PA, 2019; further yet closer still, frosch & portmann, New York, 2018 | Selected Awards: Howard Foundation Fellowship Finalist, 2019; Nominee, Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant, 2018; Individual Artist Grant, Maryland State Arts Council, 2016 | www.magnolialaurie.com

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2012; BA, New York University, New York, NY, 2006 | Selected Exhibitions: American Scrapbook, Arlington Arts Center Spring SOLOS, Arlington, VA, 2020; American Miniature (collaboration with Nancy Daly), 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL, 2019; Surfacing, the Mansion at Strathmore, Bethesda, MD, 2019 | Selected Awards: Aint-Bad Book Prize Award, 2020; Flash Forward Competition top 100 winner, The Magenta Foundation, 2019; Review Santa Fe 100 photographer, Center, 2019 | www.kimllerena.com

ROBERT MACDONALD MEHVES LELIC Lives/works: Easton, MD | Education: BA, University of Chicago, IL, 2013 | Selected Exhibitions & Collections: Navigating Through, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2020; Flat File 2020, Institute of Contemporary Art, Baltimore, MD, 2020; City Limits, Rotterdam Photo Festival, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2019 | Selected Grants & Fellowships: Individual Artistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Program Grant, the City of Chicago, 2016; Cultural Exchange Fellowship, Turkish Cultural Foundation, 2015; Expeditions Council Grant, The National Geographic Society, 2013-14 | www.mehveslelic.com

JANEL LEPPIN

KATE MACDONNELL Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BFA, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC, 1997 | Selected Exhibitions: This Must Be the Place, The Climo-Lipson Photography Gallery, UVA, Charlottesville, VA, 2020; Heliotropism, Blitz Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 2018; Hidden in the Sky, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC, 2013 | Selected Fellowships: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2013 | www.katemacdonnell.com

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Washington DC | Education: BA in Cello Performance, minor in World Music, Dance Appreciation, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 2006 | Selected Exhibitions: Weavings by Janel Leppin, Comet Ping Pong, Washington, DC, 2020; Cactus, Cowboy, Guitar, Buckaroos, Washington, DC, 2020; The Works of Janel Leppin, Black Cat, 2018 | Selected Awards: DC Arts and Humanities Fellowship, DCAH, 2020, 2019; Best Modern Rock Recording, Where is Home, Janel and Anthony, WAMA, 2013 | www.janelleppin.com

Lives/works: Madison, NJ & New York, NY | Education: Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, 1996; MFA, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA, 1995 | Selected Exhibitions: Uncertainties, FoyerLA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2019


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ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES

TSEDAYE MAKONNEN

GABRIEL MARTINEZ

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions: Black Women as/and the Living Archive, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 2020; I Came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach, August Wilson Cultural Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2020; Migration(s) and Meaning in Art, MICA, Baltimore, MD, 2020; A Muffled Sound Under Water, Latchkey Gallery, New York, NY, 2020 | Selected Awards: Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, 2019; Maker in Residence, DC Public Library, 2018-19

Lives/works: Philadelphia, PA | Education: Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, 2003; MFA, Photography, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1991 | Selected Exhibitions: Gabriel Martinez, Bound to the Past, Marginal Utility, Philadelphia, PA, 2019; Tonight is Forever, William Way LGBT Community Center, Philadelphia, PA, 2019; Photography and Memory, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, 2019 | Selected Awards & Residencies: Artist Residency, Banff Centre, Leighton Artist Studios, Banff, Canada, 2020; Independence Foundation Fellowship, Philadelphia, PA, 2019; Independent Creative Production Grant, The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 2019 | www.gabrielmartinez.com

JON MALIS Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, American University, Washington, DC, 2011; BA, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 2007 | Selected Exhibitions & Collections: Transcolorations, BlackRock Center For The Arts, Germantown, MD, 2018; ICA Baltimore Flat File, Baltimore, MD, 2019; Art Bank, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC | Selected Awards & Grants: Semi-Finalist, The Lumen Prize for Digital Art, 2018; DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2018; Semi-Finalist, The Trawick Prize | www.jonmalis.com

KATHERINE TZU-LAN MANN

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2009; BA, Brown University, Providence, RI, 2005 | Recent Exhibitions: Spool, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2019; Lacing, Landing, Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, NE, 2018 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: Sustainable Arts Foundation Grant recipient, 2019; Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2019 | Selected Residencies: Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY, 2019; Artist in Residence, Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA, 2018; Artist in Residence, Carbon 12, Jaipur, India, 2016 | www.katherinemann.net

JEANETTE MAY Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: MFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA, 1987; BFA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, 1985 | Selected Exhibitions: Tech Time Capsule, MTA Arts & Design Lightbox Project, New York, NY, 2020; Tech Vanitas, Alter Gallery, Shanghai, China, 2019; Futuro Presente, BASE Milano, Milan, Italy, 2018 | Selected Awards & Residencies: Studio Residency, Elizabeth Foundation for the Art, New York, NY, 2015-present; Winner: Still Life Photography, 14th Julia Margaret Cameron Award, 2019; Brooklyn Arts Fund, Brooklyn Arts Council; NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, 2018 | www.jeanettemay.com

VERONICA MELENDEZ Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, University of Hartford, CT, 2015; BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions: Duality, Hen House Collective, Washington, DC, 2020; Connected Diaspora, Duke University, Durham, NC, 2019; Las Ocho Hijas de Olivia, Work in Progress, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Awards: Archive of Documentary Arts Collection Award for Documentarians of the American South, Duke University, 2018 | www.veromelen.com


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Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA; BFA at The Cooper Union, New York, NY | Recent Solo Exhibitions: rings of saturn, Jason Haam, Seoul, South Korea, 2019; gazing has its limits, The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, 2018; let’s get lost, The Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME. 2018; our view from here, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture garden, Washington, DC, 2016 | Selected Collections: Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC | www.linnmeyers.com

Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: MA, Escuela Tecnica Superior Ingenieros Industriales, Barcelona, Spain, 1967; University of Barcelona, Spain, 1962 | Selected Recent Exhibitions: Antoni Muntadas na Casa de Serralves, Fundacao Serralves, Oporto, Portugal, 2019 Muntadas: Estratexias do desprazamento, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2018; About Academia: a project by Muntadas, De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2017| Selected Awards: Premio Velázquez de las Artes Plásticas, Spanish Ministry of Culture, 2009; National Endowment for the Arts, Production Grant, 1995; Guggenheim Fellowship Award, New York, NY, 1984; The Rockefeller Foundation | Selected Collections: Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France; Museu de Arte Contemporanea, São Paulo, Brazil; National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada; Palais de Beaux Arts, Brussels; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY | www.kentfineart.net/muntadas

MAGGIE MICHAEL Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, American University, Washington, DC, 2002; MA, San Francisco State University, CA, 2000; BFA, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1996 | Selected Exhibitions: Maggie Michael / Arthur Dove—Depth of Field, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, 2019; Maggie Michael, A Phrase Hung in Midair as if Frozen, American University Museum, Washington, DC, 2016 | Selected Collections: Corcoran Collection/American University; Federal Reserve Board; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden; Smithsonian American Art Museum, United States Embassies in Romania and Barbados

BETTIE RINGMA (d. 2018) & MARC H. MILLER Lives & Works: New York, NY | Education: Ph.D., New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts, 1979 (Miller), MA, George Washington University, Washington, DC (Ringma) | Selected Exhibitions: Amsterdam Polaroids, Stigter Van Doesberg Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2018; Come Closer: Art Around The Bowery 1969–1989, The New Museum, New York, NY, 2011; Bard College, 1979; OK Harris Gallery, 1974 | www.98bowery.com

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TERENCE NICHOLSON Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 1991 | Selected Exhibitions: Hill Center Regional Juried Exhibition, Hill Center, Washington, DC, 2020; Five Elements, Art Enables, Washington, DC, 2019; Intro-Circumspective, Willow Street Gallery, Washington, DC, 2018 | Selected Awards: Rosenbaum Memorial Scholarship

NIC NICOSIA Lives/works: Dallas, TX | Education: BS, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, 1974 | Selected Recent Exhibitions: Picture Fiction: Kenneth Josephson and Contemporary Photography, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, 2018; Passages in Modern Art: 1946-1996, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, 2017; TV on Film, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, 2017; Nic Nicosia, Real Pictures 19791999, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, 1999 | Selected Awards: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 2010 | Selected Collections: Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada; Dallas Museum of Art, TX; Houston Museum of Fine Art, TX; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY | www.nicnicosia.com

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Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 2011; BFA, New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY, 2008; Recent Exhibitions: Jonathan Monaghan, A Trace Left by the Future, Anna Nova Gallery, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2020; Cute: Isles of the blessed? NRW-Forum Düsseldorf, Germany, 2020; BBC, Vivid Projects, Birmingham, UK, 2019; Childhood: Another day for the dream-fish, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, 2018; Jonathan Monaghan: Escape Pod, bitforms gallery, New York, NY, 2015 | www.jonmonaghan.com

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CAITLIN TEAL PRICE

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Curatorial Practice, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2019; BFA, Corcoran School of Art & Design, Washington, DC, 2010 | Selected Exhibitions: Hedonist Buddhist, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 2019; Everything Must Go, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2019; Now More Than Ever, Washington Project for the Arts, 2017 | www.nomunomu.org

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT; BFA, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY | Selected Exhibitions: Green is the Secret Color to Make Gold, GRACE, Reston, VA, 2019; The Cruelest Month, Mother Gallery, Beacon, NY, 2018; Stranger Lives, American University Museum, Washington, DC, 2017 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: Outwin Portrait Competition, National Portrait Gallery; John Ferguson Weir Award, Yale School of Art; Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities | www.caitlintealprice.com

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BETSY PACKARD Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 1978; BFA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, 1976 | Selected Exhibitions: Outliers, Kurt Godwin and Betsy Packard, American University Museum, Washington, DC, 2015; Recontextualizing The Found, Shiva Gallery, John Jay College, CUNY, New York, NY, 2014; Louisiana Environments, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA, 1977 | Selected Awards: Individual Artist Award, Maryland State Arts Council, 1991, 1988 | www.betsypackard.com

MATT PINNEY Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 2007; BFA, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2001 | Selected Exhibitions: With the Sun and the Moon They Paint Their Dreams, Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD, 2019; Lost Time, Brentwood Center for the Arts, Brentwood, MD, 2018 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017; Clemente Faculty Award, The Art League at the Torpedo Factory, 2017 | www.mattpinney.com

RODRIGO PRADEL

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Leesburg, VA | Education: Red River College, Canada | Selected Exhibitions: A City of Questions, IDB gallery, Washington DC, 2019; POW! WOW! DC Mural Festival, Washington, DC, 2019 | www.rodrigopradel.com

HUNTER REYNOLDS Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: BFA, Otis-Parsons Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA | Selected Exhibitions: Hunter Reynolds: From Drag to Dervish, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY, 2019; Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London, UK, 2019; AIDS at Home and Everyday Activism, Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY, 2017; Hunter Reynolds: 2 Survival AIDS Mummification Performances, Participant Inc, New York, NY, 2011 | Selected Fellowships & Grants: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, 2017; Foundation for Contemporary Arts, 2016 | www.ppowgallery.com/artist/hunter-reynolds

PAUL RUCKER Lives/works: Baltimore, MD and Richmond, VA | Selected Exhibitions: Proliferation, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, 2019; Declaration, Institute of Contemporary Art, Richmond, VA, 2018; New Arrivals, Stamp Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 2017; Seeing Now, 21c Cincinnati, 2016 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: TED Senior Fellowship, 2020; John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, 2017; Rauschenberg Artist as Activist Fellowship, 2016; Joan Mitchell Painters & Sculptors Grant, 2015; Creative Capital Award, 2012 | www.paulrucker.com

FRANCIS RUYTER Lives/works: Vienna, Austria | Education: Hunter College Graduate Fine Arts, New York, NY, 1991-2; BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, 1991 | Selected Exhibitions: Hurricane / Time / Image, FJK3, Vienna, Austria, 2019; Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Galeria Senda, Barcelona, Spain, 2018; Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, 11R, New York, NY, 2015 | Selected Collections: The Albertina, Vienna, Austria; The Belvedere, Vienna, Le Consortium, Dijon, France; Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY | www.theruyter.com


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ALEXANDRA SILVERTHORNE

Lives/Works: Reston, VA | Education: MFA, American University, 2009; BFA, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 2005 | Selected Exhibitions: Exhibition #5 - Kate Sable and Matthew Usinowicz, Equilateral Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2020; Dream Journal, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD, 2019; We Go Fast, Left Field Gallery, Los Osos, CA, 2019; Tiny Show, Brookland Exchange, Washington, DC, 2019 | www.katherinesable.com

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME, 2010; BA, Connecticut College, New London, CT, 2002 | Selected Exhibitions: Alexandra Silverthorne: yes is the only living thing, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME, 2019; Captured Light, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD, 2019; Light Liminal, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Awards: Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016; Member, DCAC Sparkplug Collective, 2019-20; Grant Recipient, Puffin Foundation, 2008 | www.alexandrasilverthorne.com

JORDAN HAMLETT SANDERS Lives/works: Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions: Spatial Learning, HOMME DC, Washington, DC, 2019; Meet the Neighbors, Portico Gallery, Hyattsville, MD, 2019; Are We What We Eat?, Ex Chiesa di San Carpoforo, Milan Italy, 2013 | Selected Awards: Martha von Hirsch Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Sculpture, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, 2013 | www.jordanhamlettsanders

SHELDON SCOTT Lives/works: Washington, DC | Exhibitions/Performances: portrait, number 1 man, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, 2019; the Finest Amenities, Gadsby’s Tavern Museum, Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, 2017; Precious in Da Wadah: A Portrait of the Geechee, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, 2016 | www.sheldonscottstudios.com

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JEFF SPAULDING Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 1974; BA, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI, 1970 | Selected Exhibitions: Jeff Spaulding: Vintage, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC, 2015; K@20, The Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC, 2014; Corridor, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC, 2011 | Selected Collections: Artery Group Collection; Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection; Furioso Development Corporation; Kreeger Museum; Ukrainian House Museum, Kiev, Ukraine; Washington Post; Selected Awards: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities; Maryland State Arts Council; Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts | www.curatorsoffice.com/jeff-spaulding

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MOLLY SPRINGFIELD

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2017; BFA, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2016 | Selected Exhibitions: Land Survey, KunstHaus Gallery, Washington, DC, 2019; Open Call, Cody Gallery, Marymount University, Arlington, VA, 2019; Profiling: I want order, Transformer, Washington, DC, 2016; Free Shipping, Anacostia Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2016 | www.johabsilva.com

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 2004; BA, Queens College, Charlotte, NC, 1999; Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, 2006 | Selected Exhibitions: Molly Springfield: The Marginalia Archive, Gambrell Center for the Arts, Queens University, Charlotte, NC, 2020; Assembly 2019, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA, 2019; Drawing In/Drawing Out, The Phillips Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA, 2018 | Selected Fellowships & Residencies: Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2020, 2019, 2018; Visual Artist Fellowship, The MacDowell Colony, 2016; Artist-in-Residence, The Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts & Sciences, 2016 | www.mollyspringfield.com

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DAN STEINHILBER

RIGOBERTO TORRES

Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, American University, Washington, DC, 2002; Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, WI, 1994 | Selected Exhibitions: Dan Steinhilber: Hold On, Loosely, CAM Raleigh, VA, 2011; Open Space: Dan Steinhilber, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY, 2010; Perspectives 151: Dan Steinhilber, Contemporary Art Museum Houston, TX, 2006 | Awards: Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, 2008; Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant, 2005

Lives/works: Kissimmee, FL | Selected Exhibitions: John Ahearn/Rigoberto Torres, Alexander and Bonin, New York, NY, 2017; Life Sculptures by Roberto Torres, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL, 2002; John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres: Face to Face, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 1992 | Selected Collections: Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

MATT STORM Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: AB, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 2013 | Selected Exhibitions: Dialogues, Stable Arts, Washington, DC, 2019-20; From the Margins, Gallery 102, GW Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, Washington, DC, 2019; A Bloom is A Blur, Sense Gallery, Washington, DC, 2019 | Selected Awards & Fellowships: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2020; Post-Graduate Fellowship, Dartmouth College, 2015; Perspectives on Design Award, Dartmouth College, 2013 | www.mattstormphoto.com

TIM TATE Lives/works: Mt. Rainier, MD | Selected Exhibitions: Tim Tate: The Persistence of Visions, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN, 2019; Glasstress, Berengo Studios, Venice, Italy, 2019 | Selected Commissions & Collections: American Art Museum, American University, Washington, DC; Library Of Congress – Historic Glass Doors; Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC; National Institute of Health Sculpture Commission, Hatfield Clinic, Bethesda, MD; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC | Selected Awards: James Renwick Alliance Distinguished Artist, 2018 | www.timtateglass.com

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PAUL THULIN-JIMENEZ Lives/works: Richmond, VA | Education: MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 2000; BA, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 1995 | Selected Exhibitions: Currents 2019: Reimagined Histories, Rewritten Futures, Ogden Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA, 2019; Pine Tree Ballads, Candela Gallery, Richmond, VA, 2019; Pine Tree Ballads, United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, NY, 2013 | Selected Awards: Dean’s Research Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2020; Special Distinction Emerging Talent Grant, Lensculture, 2015; Artist Fellowship, Virginia Commission for the Arts, 2006 | www.paulthulin.com

KELLY TOWLES Lives/works: Washington, DC | Selected Exhibitions: Kelly Towles: The Death of Ulysses, Hierarchy, Washington, DC, 2014; Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC, 2005 | www.kellytowles.com

RENÉ TREVIÑO Lives/Works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Interdisciplinary Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2005; BFA with Distinction, Painting, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, 2003 | Selected Awards: Art Works Grant, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC, 2018; Rubys Artists Project Grant, Greater Batimore Cultural Alliance, Baltimore, MD, 2016 | Selected Residencies: Virginia Center for Creative Arts, MICA/LEAW Fellow, Artist-in-Residence, Amherst, VA, 2019 | Selected Exhibitions: Gran Fury, Montpelier Art Center, Laurel, MD, 2019; Reclaiming the Constellations, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA, 2017; Codex, Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas TX, 2016 | www.renetrevino.com

HOLLY TROUT Lives/works: Washington, DC | Education: MFA, American University, Washington, DC, 2018; BA, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, 2004 | Selected Exhibitions: Transitional Objects, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA, 2019; Dialogues, Stable Arts, Washington, DC, 2019; Emerging Artists Exhibition, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA, 2018 | Selected Residencies: Vermont Studio Center, 2018 | www.hollytrout.com


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FRED WILSON

Lives/works: Baltimore, MD | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2002; BFA, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI, 2000 | Recent Exhibitions: Temporal Embodiments, Loyola University, Baltimore, MD, 2019; Exhibition 280, Huntingdon Museum of Art, Huntingdon, WV, 2018; Upstream, Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles, CA, 2016 | Selected Awards: Finalist, Baker Artist Award, 2017; Individual Artist Award, Maryland State Arts Council, 2016, 2004 | www.sylvievanhelden.com

Lives/works: New York, NY | Education: BFA, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, NY, 1976; Recent Exhibitions: Fred Wilson: Chandeliers, Pace Gallery, New York, NY, 2019; Fred Wilson: Afro Kismet, Maccarone, Los Angeles, CA, 2019; Fred Wilson, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY, 2017; Fred Wilson, Speak of Me as I Am, American Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Italy, 2003 | Awards: Larry Aldrich Foundation Award, 2003; John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Achievement Award, 1999 | Selected Collections: Art Institute of Chicago, IL: Baltimore Museum of Art, MD; Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY; Detroit Institute of Arts, MI; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY; Tate, London, UK; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY | www.pacegallery.com/artists/fred-wilson

STEPHEN VITIELLO Lives/works: Richmond, VA | Selected Exhibitions: Traversées—kimsouja, L’Atelier du Palais, Poitiers, France, 2019; Making art public: 50 years of Kaldor Public Art Projects, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 2019; By Any Means: Contemporary Drawings from the Morgan, The Morgan Library and Museum, New York, NY, 2019; Sounding New, Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon, France, 2019 | Selected Awards: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 2011; Creative Capital Award, 2006 | www.stephenvitiello.com

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STEVE WANNA Lives/works: Mount Rainier, MD | Education: DMA, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 2004; MM, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, 2000 | Recent Exhibitions: Moving Forward, Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD, 2020; Not So Concrete, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC, 2020; Steve Wanna: In the Eternity of an Instant, Fisher Art Gallery, Alexandria, VA, 2019 | Selected Awards: TFA Fellowship, Touchstone Foundation for the Arts, 2019-21; Sparkplug, DC Arts Center, 2018-20 | www.stevewanna.com

PAT WARD WILLIAMS

HIGH FREQUENCY

Lives/works: Morocco | Education: MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD | Selected Public Commissions: Fulbright Regional Research Fellowship, Johannesburg, South Africa; Gilbert Lindsay Memorial, Los Angeles Convention Center; Hollywood & Highland Entertainment Center, Hollywood, CA | Selected Fellowships & Grants: California Community Foundation; Ford Foundation; Getty Trust Fellowship; National Endowment for the Arts


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Maida Withers (recommended Robin Bell; artwork represented by Diane Falk)

Joyce Scott (recommended Espi Frazier)

Ida Applebroog (recommended Robert MacDonald)

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Jim Goldberg (recommended Eric William Carroll)

Bettie Ringma and Marc H. Miller (recommended Neke Carson)

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Muntadas (recommended Furen Dai)

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Vitaly Komar (recommended Mark Kelner)

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Liz Lerman (recommended Paul Rucker) 1979

Simone Forti (recommended Annetta Kapon)

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Pat Ward Williams 1991

Fred Wilson

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John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres

Julie Ault, Group Material (recommended Hunter Reynolds) 1986

Haim Steinbach (recommended Zerek Kempf)

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Alberto Gaitán (recommended Chris Combs)

Sheila Crider (recommended Terence Nicholson)

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Lely Constantinople (recommended Janel Leppin)

Tim Tate

Magnolia Laurie (recommended René Treviño)

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Robin Rose (in name only) 1999

Ken Ashton (recommended Kate MacDonnell 2000

Stephen Vitiello (recommended Paul Thulin-Jimenez 2001

James Huckenpahler (recommended Yacine Tilala Fall 2002 Maggie Michael (recommended Francis Ruyter)

Frank Warren

Kate Gilmore

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Kelly Towles (recommended Rodrigo Pradel) 2007

Kathryn Cornelius (recommended Gabriella D’Italia)

Dan Steinhilber 2016

Sheldon Scott (recommended Maps Glover) 2017

Martin Creed

Sara Dittrich (recommended Sasha Baskin)

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Jonathan Monaghan 2010

Natalie Cheung 2011

Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann (recommended Thomas Dahlberg)

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Joseph Orzal (recommended Dee Dwyer)

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Michael Abrams & Sandra Stewart Matt & Kit Ballenger Brittany Bansak Jennifer Baxter & Naomi O’Grady Nina & Ray Benton Martha Blalock & Chris Delucchi Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell & Nathan Greenwell Gregg Busch & Brooke Rose Susan & Dixon Butler Zach & Nora Cafritz Christine Cannon Ryan Dattilo Elissa & Tom Davidson Andrea DeFlorio & Mike Kneller Alice Denney Ayanna Dunn & Joff Masukawa Jacqueline Francis, MD Ashley & J.K. Givens Peter Hapstak & Olvia Demetriou Lauren & Ben Hilyard Elise Hoffmann & Chris Niemczewski

Joe & Nadia Husty Michelle Isabelle-Stark & Marsha L. Semmel Angie Kang & Colin Shah Julia & Jonathan Lawless Anna Mackler Michael Marriott & Juan Sanchez Derrick Mashore Sophia McCrocklin & Bill Isaacson Marvin Morris Jessica & Ragan Naresh Frederick P. Ognibene, MD Mary Margaret & Scott Plumridge Zena Quezado, MD Jim Ritter Devo Ritter & Mark Schamel Judy & Andrew J. Sherman Jocelyn Sigue & Jair Lynch Paul So Tito’s Handmade Vodka Blair Wunderlich


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and Jacob Weinzettel), New York, for their always distinct creative services. Emily Fussner, WPA’s Event Manager, managed all aspects of the artwork procurement, as well as oversaw catalog and auction production, with extraordinary determination and grace. Alexa Kaye, WPA’s Individual Giving and Development Director, joined the team in March, mid-way through much of the planning, and has worked tirelessly and with good humor with so many of our partners to help ensure the auction’s success. We are grateful to many others who helped facilitate artist relations, and for their generosity: Douglas Walla, Kent Fine Art, New York, NY (Muntadas), Andrea Nacach (Muntadas Studio), Candice Williams and Amelia Cox (Liz Lerman Studio), Amy Eva Raehse, Goya Contemporary, Baltimore, MD (Joyce Scott), Vanessa Cotton (Martin Creed Studio), Robert Diament and Jade Cowan, Counter Editions, London, UK (Martin Creed), Emily Poole (Ida Applebroog Studio), Jason Irwin (Fred Wilson Studio), Jennifer Brennan, PPOW, New York, NY (Hunter Reynolds). Finally, thank you to Artsy for partnering with us on HIGH FREQUENCY.

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Producing HIGH FREQUENCY required a certain nimbleness and understanding on everyone’s part, as the COVID-19 pandemic took us by surprise and upended all our original planning. Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) would like to thank everyone who worked with us to adapt to the new temporary reality, and we extend our thoughts to all of those who were unable to continue in partnership. We also wish to acknowledge Boston Properties, CBRE, DAVIS Construction, and Gould Property Company, who had generously pledged to support Collectors’ Night with in-kind donations before the pandemic necessitated its migration to an online event. We are first and foremost grateful to the artists whose work is featured in these pages. We thank the corporations who, during a difficult time, maintained their support for the event, as well as to members of the host committee. Thank you to the auction committee, particularly the extraordinary co-chairs Brittany Bansak and Martha Blalock, as well as the rest of the WPA Board of Directors for encouraging us to soldier on in support of our artist community, and to Composite Co. (Christian Dutilh


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Since 1975, WPA has presented more than 500 exhibitions; 1,000 performances; 700 lectures, workshops, and symposia; 250 screenings; and 58 public art projects. Nearly every major visual artist in the District between 1975 and today has had some connection with WPA. Many have sat on WPAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Board of Directors, including William Christenberry, Gene Davis, Sherman Fleming, Sam Gilliam, Martha Jackson Jarvis, and Maida Withers. Walter Hopps, the legendary curator, was also a board member. WPA has also brought hundreds of extraordinary artists and curators from outside the area to DC over the years. They include Robert Ashley, Alice Aycock, Eric Bogosian,

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WPA x Artsy 2020 Benefit Auction Catalog  

Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) is pleased to partner with Artsy on HIGH FREQUENCY, an art auction to benefit artists and WPA's progra...

WPA x Artsy 2020 Benefit Auction Catalog  

Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) is pleased to partner with Artsy on HIGH FREQUENCY, an art auction to benefit artists and WPA's progra...

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