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Private Gallery
*gogo art projects
Ryan Carr Johnson, Blotter Acid (detail), 2006, house paint on wood, 48 x 48 in.
Ryan Carr Johnson, Blotter Acid (detail), 2006, house paint on wood, 48 x 48 in.
  devoted to emerging and experimental art

phone: + 202 - 588 - 8750

Conner Contemporary Art is pleased to initiate *gogo art projects, an independent venture devoted to incubating emerging and experimental art.

The *gogo art projects concept evolved from Conner Contemporary Art's annual Academy exhibition of recent BFA/MFA graduates from the Washington/Baltimore area. The experience of promoting new talent inspired the creation of a more structured project that assists the movement of promising artists to the next level of the art market.

*gogo art projects will present artists with challenges and opportunities by providing various venues to exhibit and interact with other artists at different levels of experience. *gogo's province will include national art fairs, national/international group exhibitions, online projects and off-site events.

An integral part of *gogo art project's mission will be the implementation of a liberal review policy for portfolios to stimulate interaction between artists, staff and visiting advisors. A review policy guide is available online. Through this dynamic we will maintain a select, evolving roster of artists. On an individual basis we will encourage artists to shape promising ideas into viable projects and cohesive bodies of work.

*gogo art projects first offsite appearance will be at the Scope Miami art fair December 7-10, 2006. Our booth will feature work by Ryan Carr Johnson, Zach Storm and Matthew Sutton.

For further information, please contact Karyn Miller or Leigh Conner at 202 588-8777 or via email at
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