Paint the Town: Govinda Gallery Turns 34

Muhammad Ali at a book signing at Govinda Gallery, September 1995. Photo by Chester Simpson.

Muhammad Ali at a book signing at Govinda Gallery, September 1995. Photo by Chester Simpson.

The famed Washington art space, Govinda Gallery, recently celebrated its 34th year on 34th Street NW, making it the longest-established art gallery in one location in Washington’s history. To celebrate this impressive milestone, owner Chris Murray launched “The Back Room,” a blog within the gallery’s website that covers cool recent events as well as documenting historic and exciting moments of the venue’s storied past, which includes visits by Annie Leibovitz, Andy Warhol, and Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood.

1227 34th St. NW, 202-333-1180, www.govindagallery.com/category/blog.

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  1. February 2, 2010

    […] Govinda Gallery recently celebrated its 34th anniversary on 34th street in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Vanity Fair online featured a story on this milestone for Govinda, Govinda Gallery: A Gem in Georgetown. Govinda’s anniversary was also celebrated by Washington Life magazine in their story Miracle on 34th Street. […]

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