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D.C. R & B and Soul Moves to 1227 34th Street

Hot on the heels of the Motown celebration last Thursday at the White House, Govinda Gallery celebrates Black History Month with an exhibition of photographs of Washington area R & B and Soul. Govinda is hosting D.C. photographer Fernando Sandoval’s exhibition Bustin’ Loose. Though President Obama and Stevie Wonder are not expected at the Govinda opening, President Felix McClairen of the D.C. Blues Society is attending along with several musical artists featured in the exhibition including Bobby Parker, Memphis Gold, Black Magic and Selena McDay. Also expected is Grammy Museum Director Bob Santelli, who hosted the first stop of the Elvis at 21 exhibition of Alfred Wertheimer’s photographs, organized by Govinda Gallery and S.I.T.E.S. The Elvis at 21 exhibition recently left the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. to record breaking attendance and has just opened this week at the James A. Michener Museum in Doylestown Pennsylvania.

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