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Past Exhibition

We Miss You

Kaitlin Jencso

May 8–June 19, 2021

Kaitlin Jencso’s new installation We Miss You comprises over 1,000 images taken since January 1, 2020. Through scale and repetition, Jencso surveys a year of lost time. The installation features large-scale photographs and an overarching installation of snapshot-sized photographs—a comprehensive archive of communal and personal loss and longing.

At a distance, long rows and columns of photographs suggest a blur of landscape, a diary of monotony and confinement as days stretched into weeks and months on the Chesapeake Bay and in DC. Yet, the installation rewards close viewing as individual images betray the unending sense of disruption and transformation—and ultimately, endurance, and even beauty.

For the safety of the community, all visitors over age two are required to wear face masks. Masks must cover both your mouth and nose. Visitors wearing masks with valves will be required to wear additional masks over their valves.


Kaitlin Jencso is from Southern Maryland and currently lives and works in Washington, DC. She earned her BFA in Fine Art Photography from the Corcoran College of Art and Design (2012).


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Artist talk video

Opening reception
Saturday, May 8, 4–7pm

News & reviews

Washington City Paper
Louis Jacobson

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Mark Jenkins