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Washington City Paper art critic Maura Judkis says this about “Earth on Stone on Earth Is Naturally So”: “Flashpoint’s latest installation contains one feature that August-weary, overheated Washingtonians are certain to enjoy…[H]ead straight for the back corner, where a reconstructed turf hill beckons you to lie down on cool blades of grass that haven’t been reduced to scrub by the blazing sun.” You’ve only got two more days in August left to grab a piece of turf—the exhibition closes Friday, Aug. 31, at Flashpoint, 916 G St. NW. Free. (202) 315-1310.
“Out of b[Order]” is out of time: The exhibition closes Thursday, Aug. 30, at Hillyer Art Space, 9 Hillyer Court NW, 1st Floor. Free. (202) 338-0680.
There will soon be nothing left of “What Remains: The American Landscape,” which closes Friday, Aug. 31, at Zenith Gallery, 413 7th St. NW. Free. (202) 783-2963.
“Tails of Art” gets snipped Friday, Aug. 31, at Kathleen Ewing Gallery, 1767 P St. NW, 2nd Floor. Free. (202) 328-0955.