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  New Realities/Digital Transformations
Exploring how the artist/photographer changes reality using the computer to create images of the imagination. 1708 Gallery Richmond VA 1997

Martina Lopez  

  Art Count 2000   Preview
A census of artists who resided in Virginia conducted in 2000 and was presented in 1708  Gallery and later around the state.


Go Fish the largest public art display
 to ever hit Richmond VA
   The Go Fish project is a public art exhibit conceptualized and directed by 1708 Gallery in conjunction with the City of Richmond, Downtown Presents, Richmond Riverfront Development, Richmond Renaissance, Richmond Convention & Visitors Bureau, Virginia Tourism, Virginia Commission for the Arts, Greater Richmond Partnership, Chamber of Commerce, Arts Council, Leadership Metro Richmond, and Retail Merchants Association. Go Fish is an exciting opportunity for businesses and individuals to be a part of the city's largest temporary outdoor art project. Modeled after Chicago's successful exhibit "Cows on Parade", Richmond's icon will be fish, specifically the Rockfish, to recognize its resurgence in the James River




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