Bridge Productions Georgetown
July 21–Aug 25, Saturdays, 12–7 pm
Recommended by Emily Pothast
The curatorial debut of photographer and poet Sequoia Day O'Connell, The Veil is structured around the idea of membranes—the thin, often permeable barrier that divides inside and outside, reality and perception, being and nonbeing. Featured artists include Ko Kirk Yamahira, whose dissected canvas constructions were recently exhibited at the Frye; Markel Uriu, whose delicate sculptures incorporate plant and animal materials; and Taylor Hanigosky, who makes pensive, pendulous installations from found rocks and gravity. Alongside these locals is the work of Charlie Crowell, a Brooklyn artist whose multimedia works skirt the edges of ephemerality, vulnerability, and connection.