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A Dream Remembered, An Endless Pause

January 18th, 2008


A Dream Remembered, An Endless Pause: The Solo Show of J. Coleman
and Art Whino's Collaboration Featuring 18 New Artists
Alexandria, V.A. Art Whino ( launches a DOUBLE FEATURE: A Dream Remembered, An Endless Pause: The Solo Show of J. Coleman and Art Whino's Collaboration Featuring 18 New Artists, The opening reception takes place on January 18th, 2008 from 6-12pm, and will include music by DJ Mikel Panda spinning from 6-9pm and a Live Band Performance by Brooklyn based band "Object" and Live Painting performance by J. Coleman beginning at 9pm.

A Dream Remembered, An Endless Pause: J. Coleman Solo Show
Twenty eight year old artist, J. Coleman, lives and paints in Washington D.C. Coleman has been showing consistently for six years now and has been featured in multiple exhibitions. After earning his degree from the University of Mary Washington, Coleman apprenticed under D.C. painter, Matt Sesow. Since then he has quickly become a prominent figure in the D.C. art scene. His work has been shown in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Wilmington, DC, Brooklyn, Baltimore, and has recently had portraits purchased by the UNC museum for their permanent collection.



Art Whino Permanent Gallery
Art Whino adds 18 new artists to its Permanent Gallery bringing the number to 100 participating artists and over 400 pieces of art on exhibit. New work from this show will be available online at ( starting Jan 21st.


Adam Russell, Arisu, Benjamin Floeter,Brandi Read, COL, Grim Arts, Iceberg Slick, Jared Davis, John Powell


Jazirock, Michelle Caplan, Nate Frizzell, Nishi, PaperMonster, Phoneticontrol, Rick Beaupre, Tika, Yoskay

DJ MIKEL PANDA performing in the Front Gallery 6-9pm

DJ Mikel Panda is a Deep House/ Tech-House/ Techno/ Breakbeat DJ originating out of Washington, DC and the surrounding area. However, Dj Mikel Panda, the name, originated in Richmond, VA. He has been Djing out for over a decade in places such as BUZZ, FIVE, The Edge, and more in Washington, DC. He started the outdoor and FREE event, ROBOT ROK four years ago. He has played on the FM Dial six times, as well as festivals, retail shops, international restaurants from Norfolk, VA, Richmond, VA, Washington, DC, and Baltimore, MD clubs as well.

Object Band Performing in the Back Gallery 9pm

Object resurrects the brain-dead with more than a few jarring songs wrought with pure emotional violence expressed in the form of an equation that balances only two members. From Brooklyn, with love, the duo possesses a kind of innocent demure that is only shattered by the deafening blow of their post grunge anthems. Above all else, Object have pushed their way into the collective consciousness and sit there on the merit of their music. Finely crafted hard rock that recalls the likes of Failure, Fugazi, Foo Fighters, Jeff Buckley and Nirvana, with a raucous live show that flaunts fearless semi-demented yet thoughtful tunes and a mess of beautiful noise that could make your head explode. Object wants you to open your eyes to the possibilities.