Rebecca Brighton

A graduate of American University's School of International Service, Rebecca is passionate about linguistic and cultural communications. She has experience on Capitol Hill as well as with local non-profit organizations and has worked for international and domestic policy campaigns. She sings, writes music, and is taking classes with the Washington Ballet.

Santu Mofokeng, Chasseur d’ombres

September 27, 2011

A gallery review. This past week Jeu de Paume, a leading gallery for global photography, closed their summer exhibit, “Chasseur d’ombres,” celebrating 30 years of work by South African photographer Santu Mofokeng. Shown for the first time in Europe, a selection of his most prized features were on display.

Reflections on Junya Ishigami's "Picnic" Exhibit at Downtown Gallery

July 28, 2011

On April 7th the Downtown gallery - Francois Laffanour opened a new exhibit in the new space dedicated to contemporary art, located n°. 33rd rue de seine, showcasing architect-designer, Junya Ishigami.  The exhibit titled, "Picnic," takes the familiar and fairly uninspiring object of chairs and transforms them into creations of...