OPENING: September 14, 2019
Gallery Hours: On view Sept 14-Oct 26, by appointment only.
With this series, I presented two areas of the city: Columbia Hiehgts and Mount Pleasant, which have managed to remain culturally diverse. If you were to visit these communities, you'd see new condos and eateries. But you, would also find street vendors, musicians, colorful nurals and dozens of small businesses that cater to the various nationalities that make up the area. My aim was to show as much of the culture that ahs retained roots in the District and document the constant march towards the future that many residents face.
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INSTALLATION: SUMMER 2018
Industrial Bank of Washington showcased a selection of my photographs to be displayed in the window of their location at 1800 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE in Washington, DC
OPENING: June 17, 2017
GALLERY: Vivid Solutions Gallery. 1231 Good Hope Road SE, WDC
In his first ever solo exhibition, Brown shares a selection of images he's captured over the past 2 years document the lives of individuals who are often overlooked as the city evolves For More Information, check out Anacostia Arts Center.
OPENING: May 4, 2012
Location: Flava of Wazobia, 618 T St NW, WDC
A ToykoThirteen Arts Production featured a selection of photography art alongside fellow artists Thirteen, Kevin Hunt, Natalie Thompson, Kennith McKenzie and Jacqueline Pope.
Sarah Trembath hand-selected some of Vince Brown’s photography to be featured in her first book, This Past Was Waiting For Me, published in 2018. Sarah’s second book, The Scarlet that Did It, is due out in 2019.
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I had the pleasure of shooting the band Thaylobleu (incredible musicians, check out their music!). One of the many images I captured of them was featured in the inside jacket of their CD titled Oscars & Jellyfish. For more information and to purchase their CD, click on the image to the left. You won't be disappointed!