Arts in Foggy Bottom, the award-winning organizer of outdoor sculpture exhibitions and one of Washington’s public art leaders, is pleased to announce that it will present its fifth Outdoor Sculpture Biennial in the historic Foggy Bottom neighborhood from Saturday, May 14 through Saturday, October 22. Join us for a curator and artist-led tour on Saturday, May 14 at 4 p.m. (meeting point at New Hampshire Ave. and I St. NW), followed by an opening reception at the Watergate Gallery (2552 Virginia Ave. NW). The tour and opening reception are free and open to the public. more info >>
Since the first exhibition in 2008, Arts in Foggy Bottom has engaged and enlivened the community through outdoor sculpture exhibitions in 2010, 2012 and 2014. We are delighted to introduce the curator for the 2016 Arts in Foggy Bottom Exhibition – Danielle O’Steen.
Danielle O’Steen is an independent curator and critic based in Washington, DC. A New York City native, she has curated several exhibitions in the Washington area, at the Arlington Arts Center, the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Flashpoint Gallery, and Gallery 102 at George Washington University. She has worked in the curatorial departments at the Baltimore Museum of Art, the National Portrait Gallery, and The Phillips Collection, and has contributed to publications such as Art + Auction, Artinfo.com, Art Papers, and The Washington Post. She received her master’s degree in art history at George Washington University and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland, College Park, where she focuses on postwar and contemporary art.
More details on the 2016 exhibition will be announced soon. Stay tuned!