No Kings Collective, the Washington, DC based artist group, announces the opening of Hierarchy Opening Reception, in partnership with the Popal family, owners of Napoleon Bistro & Lounge, Malmaison and Cafe Bonaparte.
Hierarchy is a new special exhibition venue located in Adam’s Morgan. Designed as an ever-evolving, chameleon exhibition space, Hierarchy opens Saturday, February 8th, 2014.
Located at 1841 Columbia Road, Hierarchy will launch with dual exhibition from lauded DC artists Cory Oberndorfer and DECOY running through Monday, March 3rd. Hierarchy will feature monthly artist exhibitions and weekly cultural programming.
Cory Oberndorfer - Pop: Sucker presents objects of innocence in an age of maturity, as they have shattered or set over time. Delicious colors of paint provide a thin mask over hardened cement. Broken lollipops reveal the fabricated nature beneath the surface of the subject. Minimal in their shape, form and color, these pieces do not ask the viewer to consider the work itself, but their own nostalgia.
Decoy - North West is a compilation of paintings and stories inspired by DECOY's life as an artist and art educator in Washington, D.C. She sites the children that she works with as a huge blessing - from picking them up after school to learning how to roller skate in Anacostia Park. She truly believes in them and is constantly inspired by their creativity, strength and style.
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February 8th, 2014
This event is free and open to the public.
Hierarchy is located at 1841 Columbia Road NW Washington DC 20009