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Posted inArts

City Lights: Stroll Through Arts in Foggy Bottom

Lovers of public art can now add Arts in Foggy Bottom, an outdoor sculpture exhibit taking place this summer, to their list. Arts in Foggy Bottom has occurred biennially since 2008, until the 2020 exhibition was postponed due to the coronavirus lockdown. After weathering that storm, it returns this year with HUMAN/NATURE. The show is “artists, residents, and visitors in conversation about life,” according to curator Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell. She tells City Paper that she was compelled by the rollbacks of environmental regulations and a slew of natural disasters worsened by climate change to take action. Some of the artworks share that urgent tone, while others celebrate the positive connection humans have with our environment. […]