Spanish Ghosts: Notes on the Locations

On Oct 22, 2009 in Blog, Exhibits | No Comments

I provided some information at the Spanish Ghosts exhibition about the locations where the photographs were taken. These buildings and spaces have many intriguing stories behind them that add to their significance. Here are the descriptions: Cortijo del Fraile: Federico Garcia Lorca’s Bodas de Sangre was inspired by a true story that appeared in a […]

Spanish Ghosts opening

On Oct 11, 2009 in Blog | No Comments

Thanks to all who came out for the opening of Spanish Ghosts: Spain’s Abandoned Architecture last thursday. The event was a great success — a couple hundred people turned up throughout the evening to view the photos and taste spanish wines and chocolates. The event was also a great start to the SpainDC month-long celebration […]

Spanish Ghosts: Spain’s Abandoned Architecture

On Oct 4, 2009 in Blog, Exhibits | No Comments
Spanish Ghosts: Spain’s Abandoned Architecture

Photographs by Mark Parascandola   Opening Reception: Thursday, October 8, 6:00-8:30 Free Spanish chocolate and wine tasting! Studio B at Biagio Fine Chocolate 1904 18th Street NW (between T Street and Florida Avenue)Washington DC Chocolate samples from Biagio Fine Chocolate Spanish wine tasting by Tradewinds Specialty Imports The landscape of Spain is dotted with abandoned […]

The Show is Open

On Jan 30, 2008 in Blog, Exhibits | One Comment
The Show is Open

40X26.667 opened last friday with a wine and champagne reception at Caramel boutique. The space was hopping throughout the evening, thanks to the many art lovers, friends, and neighbors who dropped by. The groovy soundtrack was provided by Steve and chocolates by Biagio. Nevin Kelly and Laura Kuah blogged about it and Brightest Young Things […]