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Bad things can happen to good people, which is why the show “Good People, Bad Behavior” at G Fine Art will be the gallery’s last. Another of the recession’s hapless victims, G Fine Art will be shutting its doors for good after this show, a collection of recent work by MFA candidates from Virginia Commonwealth University, finishes. Though G Fine Art will no longer have a presence in the 1515 Arts building, Director Annie Gawlak will still be active in the D.C. art community, and next month’s “El Museo Del Ghetto,” featuring Jefferson Pinder and Jose Ruiz, will take place at a yet-to-be-determined location. Until then, see G Fine Art for the last time, and get a glimpse of rising talent—notably, Ben Jurgensen’s droll sculptures and Nataliya Slinko’s adverse watercolors.

THE EXHIBITION IS ON VIEW TUESDAY TO SATURDAY 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M. TO AUG. 14 AT G FINE ART, 1515 14TH ST. NW. FREE. (202) 462-1601.