Celebrating Donovan’s birthday May 10th, Govinda Gallery is delighted to announce the release of a new 11″ x 11″ signed limited edition Sapphograph, Sappho, by Donovan. Available in an edition of only 50 prints, this image of Sappho was the first Sapphograph made by Donovan from his highly acclaimed series of works on paper. This [...]
Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography examines the crucial connection between the visual image and rock music. Organized by The Columbus Museum and guest curator Christopher Murray of Govinda Gallery in Washington, D.C., Sound and Vision presents an extraordinary look at the intersection between popular music and great photography.
Govinda Gallery just completed a thirty-five year cycle of exhibitions. We document here the complete exhibition history on 34th Street in Georgetown.
Over a period of two years during the summers of 2010 and 2011 Carlotta Hester made over 100 drawings in County Cavan, Ireland, documenting the largest of all traditional Irish music festivals, Fleadh Cheoil na hÈireann. This exhibition is a tribute to the amazing artistry and remarkable spirit of traditional Irish music and dance.
Alfred Wertheimer’s photographs of Elvis Presley are a national treasure. They are a unique visual record of the most exciting and influential performer of our time. Taken 50 years ago, Wertheimer’s photographs document Elvis Presley at the pivotal moment of his explosive appearance onto the cultural landscape.
A formidable new wave of Chinese musicians is taking Beijing by storm. Photographer Matthew Niederhauser captures the energy of a burgeoning group of performers that are working outside government-controlled media channels.
Cavan County Museum and Cavan County Council Arts Office are delighted to present Donovan Days, a three-day celebration of the art, music, poetry and life of legendary songwriter and recording artist Donovan.
Govinda Gallery is delighted to present Grateful Life, the first exhibition in Washington D.C. of renowned artist Stanley Mouse. This exhibition celebrates the upcoming concert appearance of The Grateful Dead in Washington, D.C. The majority of the artwork in this exhibition has been created especially in honor of this occasion.