John Blee

John Rosselli

The venerable firm of John Rosselli & Associates opened its first shop in New York City 50 years ago. Its Wisconsin ...

Frank Randolph

Walking into Frank Randolph’s house makes you aware of what a great interior designer can do. Randolph lives in ...

Christian Zapatka

The greatest antiques in Georgetown are the amazing townhouses and homes that climb the hill. A New Yorker once said ...

Spring 2010 Visual Arts Preview

Compiled by Ari Post and John Blee | Apr 7, 2010

Spring is finally in the works, which is good news for art galleries. Ari Post and John Blee present their picks among Washington's galleries, museums and more.

Diane Epstein: All the Flavor of Rome

Diane Epstein, who has lived there for 15 years, is renowned not only for her photography but for her culinary accomplishments.

In the Realm of the Buddha at the Sackler

At the Sackler Gallery, a wonderful exhibition of Tibetan art, “Lama, Patron, Artist: The Great Situ Panchen,” as well as a spectacular recreation of a Tibetan altar, have just opened.

Robin Waugh, Realtor

Interviewed by John Blee | Mar 10, 2010

Robin Waugh recently joined up with Tutt, Taylor & Rankin Sotheby's International Realty, bringing with her experience and fantastic energy. We sat down to chat about being a realtor in today’s market.

Hirshhorn's Homage to Josef Albers

At the Hirshhorn Museum, “Innovation and Inspiration” is a perfect title for the exhibition focusing on the work and teaching of Josef Albers.

Adam Lister Gallery

Think “alternative space” and your mind will conjure up concrete floors, unfinished walls, improvised lighting with wires dangling from the ceiling. Alternative spaces in the hip, art world sense are somewhat rare in D.C., but are even rarer outside D.C. itself, let alone outside the Beltway, as the Adam Lister Gallery (3995 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA) is...

Atlas Unshrugged: H Street, NE

H Street is a wide boulevard in Northeast, large enough to hold the city’s past and expansive enough to ...

Gallerist on the Go

It was wild! I lived with nine roommates in Le Droit Park. It was like The Real World, but better. I found the house on Craigslist and went in not knowing anyone. I’ve made some amazing friends from that experience.

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