Govinda Gallery/The Omega Point*

by Chris Murray on July 8, 2011

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Carlotta Hester’s exhibition of drawings, The Pure Drop, was a milestone for Govinda Gallery. Govinda opened it’s doors in June of 1975, and Hester’s show marks the completion of thirty-five years of exhibitions on 34th Street in Georgetown. Our thirty-five years in Georgetown established Govinda as the longest running gallery at the same location in the history of Washington, D.C. I want to thank everyone over the years who have given us so much inspiration and support… the artists, collectors, staff, journalists, and all the friends of Govinda Gallery.

We are pleased to take this occasion to announce the opening of our new office dedicated to organizing and curating exhibitions for museums and other venues, the publishing of fine books, and continuing to assist and advise collectors of fine art. Our focus the last few years has already been on these endeavors and we will now be able to provide even better services for all of those activities.

Although no longer on 34th Street, we still have the same phone number and the same email address and look forward to staying in touch with you. We have many exciting shows starting in the fall, including upcoming exhibitions in Mobile Alabama, Washington D.C., Columbus Georgia, Richmond Virginia, Chattanooga Tennessee, Abilene Kansas, and Charleston South Carolina, among others.

Please enjoy this link, posted for the first time, to Govinda Gallery’s exhibition history on 34th Street in Georgetown.

* The Omega Point is a term coined by the philosopher Pierre Teihard de Chardin to describe a maximum level of consciousness and complexity towards which the universe is evolving.

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