35 Days

35 Days

35 Days

June 24, 2017

Stephanie Rudig, Washington City Paper

"This isn’t just a Color School roundup, however: The show includes artists deploying color to completely different ends, like the trippy pattern-based work of Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi, as well as some varying landscape photography artists like Anne Rowland and William Christenberry."

Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

Local Artist Conjures Distant Cultures To Examine Human Condition

March 1, 2016

Kate Oczypok, The Washington Diplomat

"The show includes intriguing, ethereal objects and tools of the trade for a high priestess."

Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

Women’s artwork is never done

February 25, 2016

Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post

"Although Stout’s African heritage is central to her artistic vision, 'Tales of the Conjure Woman' also invokes the power of women’s traditional roles: maker, healer, counselor, seductress."

Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

'Reneé Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman' at the American University Museum, Reviewed

February 12, 2016

Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper

"'Tales of the Conjure Woman,' a sprawling survey of new work by the artist, marries the rootworker’s art with modernism."

Renée Stout: Wild World

Renée Stout: Wild World

In the galleries: D.C. artist summons the supernatural in the everyday

December 11, 2015

Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post

"The lights are low at Hemphill Fine Arts, as if in preparation for a seance. What sort of creature Renee Stout’s eerie 'Wild World' might summon from the darkness, though, is impossible to predict."

Renée Stout: Wild World

Renée Stout: Wild World

"Renée Stout: Wild World" at Hemphill Fine Arts

October 2, 2015

Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper

"'Wild World,' the artist’s fifth solo show at Hemphill, envisions a steampunk universe that—bear with me—has nothing to do with Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, polished brass, or even Europe for that matter. Stout’s found a portal to a place that blends hoodoo and Santería with gadgets and gizmos.

REPRESENT

REPRESENT

At Hemphill Fine Arts, a retrospective show that's bigger than the gallery

November 15, 2013

Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post

"Several mini-shows nestle within “Represent,” Hemphill Fine Arts’s 20th-anniversary exhibition."

Renée Stout: The House of Chance and Mischief

Renée Stout: The House of Chance and Mischief

Renee Stout explores a dream in 'The House of Chance and Mischief'

October 14, 2010

Michael O'Sullivan, The Washington Post

"If it sounds like a straightforward, if slightly poetic, definition of the human subconscious, that's pretty much what it is. The architectural structure Stout refers to is a metaphor taken from an old, recurring dream of hers, in which the artist would find herself wandering through a familiar-looking house whose inner doors opened onto rooms she never knew existed."