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"Head of a Woman, Mascaron," featured in "Matisse as Printmaker," opening Oct. 25 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. (Copyright Succession H. Matisse -- Artists Rights Society)
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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Ongoing exhibitions:

Being Elsewhere Work by seven artists from the Latin American and Caribbean diaspora working in Canada. At IDB Cultural Center. Through Nov. 13.

Colossus A large-scale installation by Washington artist Nekisha Durrett, inspired by an environmentally themed poem by David C. Ward. At Hillyer Art Space. Through Oct. 31.

Debriscapes New drawings by Richmond artist Nikki Painter. At Civilian Art Projects. Through Oct. 17.

Fall Solos 2009 Contemporary art from the mid-Atlantic by David Page, Cindi Hron, Pamela Sunstrum, Jenn Figg, Roxana Perez-Mendez and Christian Benefiel. At Arlington Arts Center. Through Nov. 7.

Indigenous Art Triennial: Culture Warriors Indigenous Australian art that includes paintings, sculptures, textiles and new media. At American University, Katzen Arts Center. Through Dec. 6.

Isabel Manalo: Once, Upon: Paintings and Works on Paper New paintings in which innocence and danger coexist. At Addison/Ripley. Through Oct. 17.

Jeff Huntington, Johanna Mueller, Pepa Leon and Michael Enn Sirvet Paintings, photographs and sculpture. At Reyes + Davis Independent Exhibitions. Through Oct. 16.

John Dreyfuss Stylized hand tools made larger-than-life. At American University, Katzen Arts Center. Through Jan. 17.

John Dreyfuss, Enigma High-tech sculptures simulating submarine parts. At Hemphill Fine Arts. Through Dec. 20.

Love Letters Text and emotive scribbles by Cara Ober. At Civilian Art Projects. Through Oct. 17.

Multiplying the Body A gender-themed installation by Susan Serafine. At Hillyer Art Space. Through Oct. 31.


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