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The Honfleur Gallery has one foot in the world of international contemporary art, and one foot in Anacostia.
The Honfleur Gallery has one foot in the world of international contemporary art, and one foot in Anacostia. The world inside, with its large, beautiful space stocked with a surround sound system and flat screen TVs, looks like it would be more at home in Manhattan than, well, Anacostia. But it is run by a local nonprofit dedicated to promoting the arts in the world just outside, and in bringing them together with its annual East of the River showcase of local artists' work.
1241 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020, USA
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