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Gallery Openings:

  • “In the Flesh” opens Thursday, Sept. 13, at Target Gallery
  • “A Line Is a Thing That Moves in Time” opens Thursday, Sept. 13, at H&F Fine Arts
  • “Options 2007” opens Thursday, Sept. 13, at Washington Project for the Arts
  • “Identity” opens Friday, Sept. 14, at the Brazilian-American Cultural Institute
  • “Dos Pestañeos-Every Last Day” opens Friday, Sept. 14, at District of Columbia Arts Center
  • “Flowers” and “People of the 20th Century: Portraits of German Citizens 1910-1940” open Friday, Sept. 14, at Kathleen Ewing Gallery
  • “Reclamation” opens Friday, Sept. 14, at Fraser Gallery
  • An exhibition of works by Chuck Close opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Adamson Gallery
  • An exhibition of digital photographs by Cedric Delsauz opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Project 4 Gallery
  • An exhibition of bronze sculpture by Nathan Oliveira opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Marsha Mateyka Gallery
  • “In and Out of the Studio: Landscape, Figure, and Still Life Paintings by Carlton Fletcher” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Jane Haslem Gallery
  • “Journal: Book One” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Hemphill Fine Arts
  • “Line Tripping” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Curator’s Office
  • “Nature Perceived” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Long View Gallery
  • “Rupture” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Randall Scott Gallery
  • “Sass” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Transformer
  • “Trust in Me” opens Saturday, Sept. 15, at Irvine Contemporary
  • “Abstractions/Landscapes” opens Sunday, Sept. 16, at Landow Gallery
  • “Portraits From North America: Washington, D.C. to Havana” opens Sunday, Sept. 16, at R Street Gallery
  • “Postcards From the Real” opens Thursday, Sept. 20, at McLean Project for the Arts