Hemphill Fine Arts
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Hemphill Fine Arts (Hemphill) is an art gallery in Washington, D.C. Founded by George Hemphill in 1993. In 2004, Hemphill Fine Arts relocated from a historic building in the Georgetown neighborhood to a former automobile showroom on 14th Street in Logan Circle.
Notable exhibitions include "Paul Fusco: RFK Funeral train" in 2002, "Vietnam Now & Then" in 2003, "Don Donaghy: Photographs, 1961-1969" in 2006, "Mingering Mike: The Amazing Career of an Imaginary Soul Superstar" in 2007, "Selections from the Barnett-Aden Collection: A Homecoming Celebration" in 2009, and "William Christenberry: Vintage Kodak Brownies" in 2010.
Hemphill Fine Arts is a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) and the Washington Art Dealers Association.
List of Past Exhibitions
KABAKOV: Ilya & Emilia Kabakov
Donald Baechler: Flower Studies
William Christenberry: Kodak Brownie Prints
Robin Rose: Distortion, Delay & Sustain
Steven Cushner: New Paintings
William Willis: Works on Paper
Mary Early: Sculpture
Emma Tapley: New Paintings
Renée Stout: The House of Chance & Mischief
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Drive-In Theaters & Portraits
Selections from The Barnett-Aden Collection: A Homecoming Celebration
Robin Rose: Endeavor
During the Wet: Aboriginal Bark Paintings from Western Arnhem Land, Maningrida
Judy Pfaff: New Prints
Mingering Mike: Prints & New Work
"Benjamin Abramowitz Works on Paper," Hemphill Fine Arts, 2006
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