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Civilian Art Projects

Founded in 2006, Civilian Art Projects is Washington, DC's newest gallery gnawing at the edges of contemporary aesthetic discourse. Through a challenging exhibition series supporting promising, up-and-coming artists working in a broad range of media, and through exciting events of cultural and social significance held throughout the season, Civilian will generate new energy, ideas and momentum thereby contributing to culture and community.

Washington

United States
Address:
406 7th St. NW 3rd Floor
20004
Phone: (202) 347-0022
Website: civilianartprojects.com


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Artists Represented

Ken Ashton
J Carrier
Lily Cox-Richard
Jason Falchook
Erick Jackson
Michael Johnson
Noelle Tan
Jason Zimmerman


Current Exhibitions

The 2008 Corcoran Print Portfolio Show
You Won't Believe Your Eyes: The 23rd Annual Printmaking Portfolio
February 15 – March 1, 2008

Project Space:
Evie Lovett
Eyes of Rwanda: Portraits from the Hospital in Rwinkwavu


Previous Exhibitions

2008
Seth Adelsberger / Martin Brief / Jeffrey Gibson / Michelle Hinebrook / Luke Wyatt

2007
Lisa Blas / Peter Garfield / Michele Kong / Jen Stark / Matthew Spahr
Noelle Tan & Erick Jackson
Ken Ashton & Lily Cox-Richard
Hasan Elahi & Nilay Lawson
Jason Falchook / Jason Zimmerman / Behind the Wall group show
Civilian @ G

2006
Dynamic Field


Art Fairs

SCOPE Miami


Press Releases

You Wont Believe Your Eyes/ Eyes of Rwanda
http://civilianartprojects.com/exhibitions/eyes/Civilian.Art.Projects-Eyes.pdf


Press Links

http://www.civilianartprojects.com/press.html


Location And Getting There

Located just four blocks north of the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, two blocks south of the newly renovated American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery, and two blocks west of the National Gallery of Art, Civilian is centrally located at 406 7th Street NW, 3rd Floor, in the bustling Chinatown/Penn Quarter section of downtown Washington, DC.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Jayme A. McLellan, Director

Iciar Sagarminaga, Gallery Coordinator

Lindsay Buhman, Gallery Assistant

Darren Santos, Documentarian

Jackson Trugman, Intern, George Washington University


Opening Times

Hours during exhibitions: Wed-Saturday 2-6pm and by appointment