The exhibition presents a new body of work that includes items of the domestic realm––wallpaper, plates, platters, and vases feature decorative and traditional hand-painted design.
“Maiming the West” is an exhibition inspired by the wild lands of the western United States and its inhabitants exploitation of it. Telling the story of manifest destiny in post civil war America and the failures of reconstruction in the south.
Join the party at Head Hi, on Thursday June 27th from 7-9pm. To celebrate the release of Brian Blomerths debut graphic novel “Bicycle Day”.
The exhibition highlights works by AFI-supported artists who have been impacted by the travel ban, or Executive Order 13780, alongside artists whose works reflect struggles and experiences of drift and restraint in the face of socio-political instability.
“Ice Pores” is inspired by the myth of the Fairies, beautiful and mercurial, as well as by the highly interchangeable nature of the contemporary digital persona, these modular works represent a realm of dangerous beauty.
Artist Nick Zimbro as he discusses his process and what it was like creating this breathtaking piece using only street art stickers from the shows participants.
Sticker artist and curator iwillnot returns to The Fridge with the DC Street Sticker Expo 4.0 featuring the largest sticker combo wall in history as well as a series of select small and large-scale adhesive artworks from featured artists.
The Art School at Old Church is pleased to announce TOYS, a toy-themed multi-media exhibit curated by Asha Ganpat, on display in the Mikhail Zakin Gallery, located in The Art School at Old Church…