Flashpoint Gallery


Jeffry Cudlin, Christopher Hoeting, Jefferson Pinder


Encourage meditation on the subject of identity – of a place or neighborhood, as well as that of the individual artist – particularly in the face of transition

Axelle Rioult

Non sans émoi

A personal, emotional interpretation of the disjointed narrative that informs the creation and representation of identity



Christopher Williams


Subtle relationships between the body and its surrounding structural environment

Ken Ashton

De Aqui al Paraiso

Poetic surveys of the conditions of the urban environment at home and abroad, including Berlin, London, Cuba and Washington, DC



curated by Professor Mina Cheon

Moti/on: Artists Exploring Interactive Media

The works explore virtuality, physicality, the role of the viewer’s identity, spatial perceptions and the viewer’s bodily experience

Nathan Manuel

Flocks & Flowers

Illustrate and explore the intersection of Christian faith, art and popular culture through a site-specific continuous collage of drawings and paintings on panel, drawings on found paper and text, displayed in an asymmetrical horizontal strip along the gallery’s walls



Seth Adelsberger

Iconographic Sampler

Reflects and refracts our contemporary overflowing abundance of communication channels

Washington Sculptors Group

Micro Show

Each sculptural object in this exhibition measures 3.5 x 2.5 inches, allowing a large number of sculptors from Baltimore, Washington, and Philadelphia the freedom to work with their preferred materials and according to their own thematic interests