Opening Reception Saturday, February 11, at 7-11pm
This exhibit will consist of new paintings on canvas by legendary “concrete-alchemist” and world-renowned muralist POSE II (aka Maxx Moses), as well as a select collection of giclee prints of photographs of Mr. Moses’ murals by world renowned photographer Catherine Koch. Artist workshop and artist talk to be announced soon. Exhibit is free and open to the public.
About POSE II
Pose 2 is a Graffiti Writer; his evolutionary style is the driving force and inspiration that keeps him seeking new aspects of himself. His paintings have evolved and merged the elements from hardcore street alphabets and nature’s elegant beauty to form an ‘abstract organic union.’ “My present style represents the exploration of my interpersonal growth and interaction with nature.”
Daniel (Pose 2) Hopkins was born in the Bronx and raised in Yonkers, New York. He is a graduate of Brockport University with BA degree in Business and a Minor in Fine Art. He has painted murals and exhibited his work in Dubai, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Paris, Osaka, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, Numerous books, feature films, magazines, and videos highlight the insightful thoughts Pose 2 values and shares about “Graffiti as an Art Form” and why its so important in this present moment in history.
Find more about Pose 2 on his website.
About Catherine Koch
Catherine Koch has been a photographer for 30 years. She began photographing murals in Spring 2009 and tracked down Pose 2 after admiring one of his pieces on the street. Catherine learned her trade from accomplished photographers Jim Noel, Tomas Sennett and Gene Nocon. Her clients include Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, City Arts San Diego, Tyler Blik Design, San Diego Downtown Partnership, The San Diego Symphony, San Diego Chamber Orchestra, Tulsa Philharmonic, Alexander Fitzgerald Promotions and Design Journey Industrial.
Find out more about Catherine Koch on her website.
The exhibit is on view through Thursday, February 23, 2012.
- Thursday to Saturday 12-8pm
- Sunday 1-5pm
- by appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fridge is located at 516 1/2 8th Street, SE Washington, DC 20003. For more information call 202-664-4151 or visit them online at www.thefridgedc.com.