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A Venus on R Street

By Jessica Dawson

As my tenth anniversary Galleries column approaches this Friday, I've taken to reminiscing. Remember when Dupont Circle was a gallery hub? Those First Friday wine-and-cheese slogs along Connecticut Avenue and R Street yielded some of the city's best art. Nowadays, other than Marsha Mateyka and a few lesser lights, the only art you'll see on R is this armless Venus guarding Ms. Elaine's psychic shop.


(Jessica Dawson)

By Jessica Dawson  | November 17, 2010; 12:40 PM ET
Categories:  Contemporary Art, Galleries, Jessica Dawson, Public Art  
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