Black Box Exhibit Ending

“Block B,” (2008). Chris Chong Chan Fui. Image Courtesy of the Hirshhorn Museum.

The Hirshhorn‘s exhibit Black Box: Chris Chong Chan Fui is closing on August 1st after a three-month run.  As the first Malaysian artist to present work at the Hirshhorn, Chong shows a static work of art that details “night and day dramas unfold on the various floors of a massive apartment complex in Malaysia”. 

“Block B,” (2008) brings architecture and the art of daily life together, while also highlighting issues related to its context. 

You have only a week and half left to head over to the Hirshhorn to see this fascinating exhibit by a truly forward thinking artist! 

Black Box: Chris Chong Chan Fui is on exhibit at the Hirshhorn from April 19th to August 1st.

Samantha can often be found daydreaming by the Rothkos of the East Gallery, sketching store facades along 14th, and snapping photos with her vintage polaroid at 9:30 club concerts. Since moving to DC in 2007 to get an MFA in Interior Design, her eyes can’t seem to be peeled away from the beautiful things in this city. Send any visual art, architecture, or design related news her way via Samantha (at)

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