by Tim Regan July 1, 2015 at 4:05 pm 1 Comment

Gallery Neptune and Brown

A new art gallery will open in the space formerly occupied by Gallery Plan B on July 18.

Two Georgetown galleries, Neptune Fine Art and Robert Brown Gallery announced today the opening of a joint “satellite space” called Gallery Neptune and Brown.

The new gallery will be located in the old Gallery Plan B space, across the street from the Studio Theatre at 1530 14th Street NW.

Former Gallery Plan B Director David Kalamar will be hired on to help manage the new location, confirmed Robert Brown of Robert Brown Gallery.

Nepture Fine Art owner Christine Neptune and Robert Brown will co-own the space.

Gallery Plan B owner Paula Amt announced the closure of her beloved 14th Street art space last Monday.

“We decided after the 10 year anniversary that it was time,” Amt told Borderstan. “Go out on a high note with good memories and accomplishments.”

Amt will not return to help with the new gallery.

The gallery’s first exhibit, “Summer Splash on 14th Street,” will run from July 18 until September 5 and feature artists Polly Apfelbaum, Donald Baechler, Ellsworth Kelly and Philip Taaffe.

Neptune Fine Art was founded in New York City in 2000, an focuses mainly on modern and contemporary art.

Robert Brown Gallery first opened in Georgetown in 1981. Over the years, Brown has exhibited artists such as Roger Ballen, Oleg Kudryashov, Sol Lewitt and David Nash.

Photo courtesy Gallery Neptune and Brown

by April 1, 2009 at 7:21 pm 1,492 0

Work by Eduardo Santiere. (Image: Haim Chanin Fine Arts.)

“Bloom” by Eduardo Santiere. (Image: Haim Chanin Fine Arts.)

Saw this at Free in DC. It’s this Saturday, April 4, at The Curator’s Office at 1515 14th Street… an opening reception for “Calm Complexities,” the art of Argentinian artist Eduardo Santiere.

  • Opening Reception for “Calm Complexities,” the art of Eduardo Santiere
  • Saturday, April 4th, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
  • The Curator’s Office, 1515 14th Street NW (north of P Street)
  • Show runs April 4 to May 2, 2009



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