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Group show: SEVEN MORE (Things We Like) (over)

2 July 2004 until 31 July 2004
  SEVEN MORE (Things We Like)
Reverend Ethan Acres, 'Exercising Demons' by the 2002, black and white photograph, 24 x 24 inches
 
  CONNERSMITH.

CONNERSMITH.
1358-60 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
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Conner Contemporary Art is pleased to announce "Seven More (things we like)." Drawing from the expansive scope of contemporary art, curator Karyn Miller presents an intriguing selection of works by The Reverend Ethan Acres, Sarah Beddington, Marc Dennis, Jennifer Dorsey, Joe Ovelman, Adam Pendleton, and P. Elaine Sharpe.

These seven diverse artists work in a wide array of complementary artistic techniques and idioms ranging from Marc Dennis's naturalistic oil painting of a rabbit to Sarah Beddington's videos of wind-up toy pets. Joe Ovelman's photographs of himself engaged in illicit acts with strangers form a provocative antithesis to the quirky Christian self-portraits in the photographs of performance artist The Reverend Ethan Acres. Adam Pendleton's text pieces riff on contemporary literature while P. Elaine Sharpe evokes narrative by documenting crime scenes like the Gallows Hill of the Salem Witch Trials and the house where the Speck nurses were killed.
Jennifer Dorsey also photographs specific places but suppresses their distinctiveness to reveal the generic nature of found objects in consumer culture.

opening night: Friday, July 2nd - 6 - 8pm
artists in attendance

Conner Contemporary Art is still located at 1730 Connecticut Avenue, NW - 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20009. Hours: Tues-Sat: 11-6pm. For further information, contact Karyn Miller @ + 202-588-8750 or via email @ km@connercontemporary.com.

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