Furthermore regularly curates exhibitions, performances, screenings, and other public events in order to fill cultural voids. Our program is malleable, process-based, and nonlinear, with a focus on the artist-as-organizer and the exhibition-as-experiment. We collaborate with artists, from emerging to established, who reconsider the social, political, economic, and aesthetic concerns that are unique to this moment in time.
June 23, 2013
Furthermore invites you to an evening of audio/visual performances introducing a set of collaborations between musicians and artists.
June 13, 2013
Blonde Art Books is a NY-based journal and bookstore as well as a curatorial and publishing platform dedicated to promoting exceptional publications about and by international artists. Fresh off the heels from Bushwick Art Book & Zine Fair, which they conceived and produced, Blonde Art Books' first national book tour started this June and DC was their first stop!
May 3, 2013 - May 19, 2013
In a city known for Internationalism, Internal Relations, Policy and Diplomacy, the regional art hub of Washington straddles a unique position, or congruence, between federal structures of power and homegrown aesthetics. Responding to this phenomenon, students from George Washington University’s Fine Arts Department have constructed an artistic and curatorial model in response to these forces as part of their Professional Practices seminar taught by artist and curator José Ruiz.
April 13, 2013
An evening of video works by three U.S. artists.
March 29, 2013
A light event showcasing works by local area art students (BFA/MFA) & emerging artists in video mashup format.
February 15, 2013
An invitation to our new space and a night of evenly distributed intellect, imagery and celebration.
December 15, 2011 - December 20, 2011
$10 donation at the door - Open Bar & Editioned Giveaway
A holiday event celebrating Furthermore's inaugural kiosk of artist-generated zines, newspapers, and books - as
- Recent Editions with Progress Report, Flashpoint Gallery, Present Company, The Studio Visit, and Pleasant Plains Workshop
- SP Weather Station's annual box set by 12 artists, SP Weather Reports
- RPM 001, the first in a series of artist book publications by Furthermore
- Publications selected by Natalie Campbell and Maddie + Lauren VHS
- A limited-edition poster by Nilay Lawson & Casey Smith
February 26, 2011
Please join us in post-inaugurating Phase 1 of Furthermore on Saturday, February 26th, from 7-9pm in Washington D.C., the nation's capital, U-S-A. Come check out the new space, enjoy some Peronis and Blue Moons, and connect with your new printshop. On view will be new and recent works by local, national, and international artists, printed on all of our papers and materials.
Supporting the aesthetic – works by Jason Balicki (NY), Christopher K. Ho (NY), David O. Johnson (CA), and Nathan Manuel (NY).
Our neighbors at Civilian Art Projects and Husted Architecture will also be open and celebrating. This event is generously supported by MillerCoors Co.