Spring Arts Preview 2007: Click for special report

Local Exhibition Calendar

A 19th-century Koran from sub-Saharan Africa, part of current exhibition
A 19th-century Koran from sub-Saharan Africa, part of current exhibition "Speaking the Word of God: Illuminated Korans From the Walters Art Museum." (Walters Art Museum)

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Sunday, February 11, 2007

" Madeleine Keesing: Ashes and Embers," paintings interpreting the passage of time, at the Katzen Arts Center. Through March 18.

"Contemporary Glass: Beauty and Innovation," works by important contemporary glass artists, at the Katzen Arts Center. Through April 8.

"Carniceria," a site-specific installation relating to the space's former identity by artists Christopher L. Williams and J.J. McCracken, at Meat Market Gallery. Through Feb. 25.

"Punk Love," photographs by Susie J. Horgan documenting the early Washington punk-rock scene, at Govinda Gallery. Through March 3.

" Eadweard Muybridge: The Central American Journey," photographs from the artist's trips to Central America, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Through April 29.

"Red," exploring the uses and meanings of the color, at the Textile Museum. Through July 8.

"Craig Dennis, Athena Tacha, Andrea Way, William T. Wiley, Nancy Wolf: Works on Paper," woodcuts, drawings, etchings, prints, at Marsha Mateyka Gallery. Through Feb. 24.

"Seen," an installation of photographic work by D.C. artists Lely Constantinople and Antonia Tricarico, at Transformer. Through March 10.

"Speaking the Word of God: Illuminated Korans From the Walters Art Museum," showcasing 22 manuscripts from different regions of the Muslim world, at the Walters Art Museum. Through April 29.

"See All Fifteen at Once!," Cynthia Connolly's photographs of roadside arrow signs from rural Alabama, at the Arlington Arts Center. Through March 31.

"Stanley Lewis -- A Retrospective," a survey of the landscape artist, at the Katzen Arts Center. Through April 8.

"Robert Brady: Sculpture 1989-2005," a traveling exhibition of wooden sculptures, at the Katzen Arts Center. Through April 15.


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