This Aint No Place For No Hero
Opens April 9th
Who exactly is Chor Boogie?
Chor Boogie is an artist, a conceptual genius, a street romantic, a master of illusion and technique, Chor Boogie is an original. His works can be described as having healing effects by his unique and unmatched use of color, which brings greater meaning and understanding to his works. Every vibrant piece has a story attached to it. Chor Boogie’s colorful paintings are attracting A-list celebrities, art galleries and museums. Originally from San Diego, the artist known as Chor Boogie currently resides in San Francisco but is an internationally known artist and has traveled extensively to exhibit his work around the world.
The intentions behind his art work are to create timeless dynamic moments of Imagination, Creativity, Originality, Meaning, Style, Self Expression, Audience, Taste, and the Visual Elements of Line, Light, Composition, Form, Space, and Color. It is derived from the colors of his soul. It is a therapeutic flow of colors, shapes, and movements combined in to one. A movement of images that has adapted to space giving it the significance of belonging to its surface, coming together as one and forming images of creation. Expressing realms of colors that give a healing sense and encourages you to wake up.
The Fridge is located at
516 8th Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003
We are located in the alley directly accross the street from Matchbox on 8th Street, SE.
We are 2 blocks from the Eastern Market Orange and Blue Line Metro.
Street parking is available.
We reccommend Parking in the lot directly under the Southeast Freeway at 8th and I Street, SE.
Wednesday- Saturday 2-7
Closed Monday and Tuesday
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