Month: October 2019

Museum Studies II – Honoring the Female Perspective

It is rare that an artist maintains a trajectory from the inception of his career, but Bradley Stevens has done that, with detours along the way incorporating events and concerns that influence him. Stevens’ recent solo show at Zenith Gallery, DC, shows the work of a brilliant painter who has assessed the art scene and… Read more »

Fabricating Culture: 6@35

Admitting failure clearly paid off big. All three judges of Washington Sculptors Group’s submissions for the 5@35 show could not limit the show to five members’ work. We begged and cajoled Margery Goldberg, our esteemed leader as Director of Zenith Gallery, to please let us include six, and seeing the predicament herself, she relented. We… Read more »