Tatiana Gulenkina Art Updates – February 2017
Tatiana Gulenkina Art Gallery – new art listings for winter…
Not of This Earth: Contemporary Art and Science Fiction is on view at Boston Cyberarts Gallery until February, 26, 2017. Sci-fi has been a prevailing method of entertainment and consideration of the seemingly possible consequences of technological advancement. Artworks by Sophia Brueckner, Micah Ganske, Tatiana Gulenkina, Carol Hayes, Michael Lewy, Joseph Popper, Chris Rackley and Marion Tampon-Lajarriette explore these possible alternate realities and dystopian futures long perpetuated by the sci-fi genre.
Join Transformer’s first ever Heartbreakers Ball celebrating the official launch of Transformer’s new FlatFile store. Started in 2007, it consists of 2D works 16” x 20″ in size and smaller. Focused on supporting DC artists, Transformer’s evolving FlatFile collection features more than 200 original works.
February 14, 2017, 8-11 PM
1402 Okie Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Check out Lenscratch States Project that has one photographer from each state curating new and exciting work of those sharing a similar zip code. Susana Raab put together a selection of DC photographic artists, including some images from my series Six Hours, and the project is still growing, visit Lenscratch.com for updates!