"Ten Years After 9/11," at The Pepco Edison Place Gallery from August 28 to September 30, 2011, is co-curated by Helen Frederick and Bill Dunlap, and gives voices to artists from Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Russia, Ireland, Germany and the United States - each bringing their personal perspectives and unique viewpoints to the cultural conversation through works created over the ten year period since September 11, 2001. These invited artists include inter-generational and established artists who have given generously to the greater Washington metropolitan and international community. The exhibition gathers together these artists whose work explores the human condition with all its various tensions, uniting direct experiences, cultural paths, social and political concerns, and penetrating universal meanings and questions that our world(s) ask us to consider since the cataclysmic event known as 9/11.
The artists invited to exhibit are: Saadi Al Kaabi, Ahmed Alkarkhi, Shahla Arbabi, Ken Ashton, Billy Colbert, Combat Papermakers/Drew Cameron, Brian Counihan, Frank Hallam Day, Joan Danziger, Alexander Djikia, Bill Dunlap, William Dunlap, Michael D. Fay, Helen Frederick, Chawky Frenn, Ann Glover, Alison Hall, Pinkney Herbert, Victor Juhasz, Jeffrey Kent, Bridget Sue Lambert, Adam Lister, Despina Meimaroglou, Michael Pestel, Matt Pinney, Michael B. Platt, Phyllis Plattner, Annette Polan, Raoul Middleman, David Richardson, Patrick Sargent, Brian Sentman, Peter Sowiski, Kurt Steger, Erwin Thamm, Leonid Tishkov, Sean Watkins, Sue Wrbican, and Workingman's Collective.
The 9/11 Show Brochure can be found here