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EVENT: Danish Artist Opens Exhibition Reflecting Architecture and Dreams in DC

4.7.2016  16:13

Rikke Kühn Riegels, solo exhibition in Hillyer Art Space, May 2016  



The exhibition In a State of Impermanence presents a series of paintings which all reflect on the intersection between architecture and dreams. With an outset in primitive architecture models we are invited into an imaginary universe of impossible constructions, where functionality becomes secondary to basic sensory qualities linked to spacial perception, such as atmosphere, light, texture, depth, and orientation.  


Rikke Kühn Riegels is a Danish artist (1984) based in Washington DC. Since arriving to DC in 2015 Rikke has been a visiting artist at Corcoran School of the Art and Design, and part of starting up the studio collective, Brewmaster Studio, in the carriage house of Heurich House Museum on DuPont Circle. Rikke’s work has been shown in Copenhagen, Malmö and here in Washington DC.


Exhibition title: In a State of Impermanence

Exhibition dates: May 6th through May 28th 2016

Opening reception: Friday May 6th 2016, 6-9 pm

Address: 9 Hillyer Court NW, 20008 Washington DC

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