Four large colorful prints by Howard Hodgkin installed in the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery

Exhibitions

 

The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery is open to those with a valid GWorld card from Wednesday-Friday, 12:00-4:00 pm or by appointment.  Please email [email protected] to schedule an appointment.

 

Decorative square icon based on architectural feature in Flagg Building

 

 

The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery presents rotating exhibitions of notable art with a concentration on the artists of Washington, DC; alumni of the George Washington University; and art from and related to the GW Collection.


 

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Print showing the interior of the Pantheon through columns with ornate capitals.  The domed ceiling is topped with an oculus and small figures of people show scale.

Fall Selections: Building a Collection

Presenting works from the Corcoran Study Collection and the GW Collection along with key loans, the exhibition presents little known works from those collections along with a focus on the work of William Christenberry.  This exhibition is presented in Gallery 4 & 5.

The title of the exhibition "Concurring Experiences: Together Apart" is overlaid on an image of a beach with towels, umbrellas, and people taken from high above.

Concurring Experiences: Together, Apart

Concurring Experiences: Together, Apart is an exhibition commemorating the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 national lockdown, showcasing 23 works from the Corcoran Study Collection curated and researched in Fall 2020 by the MA Exhibition Design class History of Exhibitions, led by Dr. Lisa Lipinski. Through the lens of finding and uplifting community in times of isolation, the show follows eight themes.  Originally presented in an online format, with each theme linked to calls-to-actions, social justice organizations, and mutual aid funds, hoping to uplift these missions with larger audiences and community.  This exhibition is presented in Gallery 6.

 

VIRTUAL EXHIBITIONS

Bird's eye view of beach scene with title of exhibition overlaid, Concurring Experiences: Together, Apart

Concurring Experiences: Together, Apart

An exhibition commemorating the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 national lockdown, showcasing 27 works from the Corcoran Study Collection curated and researched by MA Exhibition Design class of 2022, Dr. Lisa Lipinksi's "History of Exhibitions". Through the lens of finding and uplifting community in times of isolation, the show follows eight themes, each linked to calls-to-actions, social justice organizations, and mutual aid funds, hoping to uplift these missions with larger audiences and community.

House viewed at night from outside.  Only lit by moonlight and lights from inside.

HOME: Selections from the Corcoran Study Collection

This exhibition seeks to show many facets of home through photographic works recently returned to the Corcoran Flagg Building from works exploring Washington, D.C., the city many of us call home, to more intangible feelings of where we find comfort, to the idea of the Corcoran Flagg Building as a dedicated home for art.

PAST EXHIBITIONS