Galleries and Spaces

Addison/Ripley Fine Arts
When Addison/Ripley Fine Art was established in 1981 in a large, historic carriage house at 9 Hillyer Court, behind the Phillips Collection, partners Sylvia Ripley and Christopher Addison already had an ambitious agenda for the gallery. Now, as one of Washington, D.C.‘s foremost contemporary galleries, housed in premium space in Upper Georgetown at Book Hill, the gallery continues to thrive and present challenging and familiar art works in expansive exhibits throughout the year.

The Arts Club of Washington
Formerly the home of President James Monroe, the Arts Club is D.C.'s oldest non-profit arts organization. The historic mansion hosts month-long exhibitions throughout its rooms with rolling artist calls.

The Art League
Founded in 1954, The Art League, Inc. is a charitable and educational nonprofit organization. The League is a multifaceted visual arts organization that meets its mission through its gallery, fine art school, art supply store, and arts-outreach programs.

D.C. Arts Center
The gallery promotes emerging and under-recognized artists by exhibiting their work and aims to inspire fresh approaches to artistic development by showing work that other galleries might shun.

Foundry Gallery
This local artist-owned & -operated gallery has shown works in various media since 1971.

The Fridge
The Fridge DC is an art gallery, performance space, music venue and classroom located on Barracks Row in the historic Eastern Market neighborhood of Washington, DC dedicated to making the arts accessible to everyone.

Gallery plan b
Gallery plan b, located in the exciting Fourteenth Street arts corridor, provides a casual, hip space for a dynamic group of both established and emerging artists to show and sell their art. Plan b presents both group and solo shows for paintings, photography, drawings, prints and sculpture.

Hamiltonian Gallery
Hamiltonian Gallery is a dynamic space in the heart of the growing Washington, DC contemporary arts district. The gallery focuses on innovative works by emerging artists participating in the Hamiltonian Artists fellowship program as well as mid-career artists.

One of DC's inveterate galleries, H E M P H I L L opened as a commercial gallery in September of 1993. The exhibition schedule features contemporary art ranging in media from emerging to mid-career and established artists. In addition to these shows the gallery mounts exhibitions of historically significant artwork and socially relevant subjects. The diversity of this schedule is designed to showcase important talent and provide artwork appealing to a broad range of interests.

Honfleur Gallery
Bilevel contemporary art hub exhibiting a variety of experimental & classic media by global artists.

The Jane Haslem Gallery
The Jane Haslem Gallery, located just around the corner from the Phillips Collection on Hillyer Place specializes in American art made in the second half of the 20th century.

Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts
Founded in 2008, the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, is a nonprofit arts space in Washington, DC dedicated to exhibiting fine art that explores the innate connection between healing and creativity. 

Long View Gallery
Monthly art exhibits & events in an industrial-chic space with exposed brick walls & a courtyard.

Studio Gallery
Studio Gallery showcases contemporary art in a variety of mediums, including painting, installation, sculpture, mixed media, and video. Studio Gallery is also committed to showcasing fresh and emerging artists through invitational and outreach exhibitions.

Touchstone Gallery
Artist-owned Touchstone Gallery has maintained a reputation for exhibiting contemporary work of high quality, vision and innovation. Its dedicated membership has demonstrated the gallery’s steadfast commitment to this standard.  

Transformer's mission is to provide a consistent, supportive, and professional platform for emerging artists to explore and present experimental artistic concepts, build audiences for their work and advance their careers, while increasing dialogue, understanding, and audiences for contemporary visual arts.