The Fridge presents: Above the Radar II

November 5 – December 3, 2011
The Fridge
516 1/2 8th Street SE
Washington, DC 20003

This travelling exhibition, curated by Luna George of Los Angeles-based Crewest Gallery, features works of art by nearly 70 graffiti and street artists from the Western United States and beyond.

Featured artists are: 2wenty, 4sakn, Bash, Bron Theron, Bytedust, Caleb Aero, CANLOVE, Champ, Chor Boogie, Contra One, Crash Manson, CS Navarette, CYFI, CYRCLE, Daniel Perez, Defer, Deih, DENZ One, Dersk, Destroy All Design, Drast, Dread, Dril One, Each, Else, Lydia Emily, EnikOne, Enoe, Eone, Ezra, Heaven, Homo Riot, Hungerman, Hydra, INEPT, IROK, Jeanette Paredes, Jero, Joe Iurato, John Carr, JTS, Julietta XLF, JW Pippen, Kophns one, Man One, Mar, Mas, Max Neutra, Mear, Meex, Michael Pizarro, Nils Jawa, Nineta, Phers, Phever, Pichi & Avo, Political Gridlock, Pose 2, Revel, Rick Rodriguez, Rome, Sand One, SCOTCH!, Sergio D, Shai Dahan, SMEAR, Steve Martinez aka Pablo Jimenez, Such, Thomas the Messenger, Two Rabbits, Valerie G, Vanae Rivera, Victor Malagon, Vyal

There will be a mural workshop with the artists Else, Dread, 4sakn, as well as curator Luna George on November 6 from 2-4pm at “The Bridge Spot” in Garfield Park on Capitol Hill, near The Fridge.

Luna George and Alex Goldstein will be at The Fridge giving a curators talk the following Sunday on November 13 from 2-4pm.

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