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All words by: Jacquelyn Pyun
All photos by: Priscilla de Lima

Flickering candles, crimson crushed velvet, hints of incense, and a confessional booth. Saturday evening visit to church—no wait—grand opening of The Fridge DC.

As we mentioned last week, The Fridge kicked off its first solo exhibit, Memento Mori by by urban artist DECOY, on Saturday.

The exhibit looks great. Giant paintings of bold color and religious imagery rock the walls and ceiling, and stain glass panels adorn the skylights in Alex’s bright gallery space. DECOY herself looked stunning and was all smiles as she answered questions and floated around the room. Add in some stellar food and music, and we enjoyed a hella wonderful Saturday evening opening.

Check out Priscilla’s fresh photos below, and then get yourself to The Fridge before October 10 to catch DECOY’s show.

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The Fridge DC
516 8th St., SE, Rear Alley
Washington DC 20003
http://www.thefridgedc.com

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