For the third iteration of WPA-organized presentations at the Shinola store on 14th Street NW, Natalie Cheung presents "Rock Paper Scissors," a large vinyl mural. This is the first time the artist has presented her camera-less photographic work in this way, and at this scale. 

About the Artist

Camera-less photographer, avid hiker, terrible shot, barre class maniac. From Falls Church, Virginia Natalie Cheung received her MFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and her BFA in Photography from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally; she has been profiled in Washington Spaces and Visura magazines. Her work is represented in numerous collections including the Museum of Fine Art Houston, British Council, and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. 

This project has been generously supported by Shinola, a producer of high-quality, hand-crafted products based in Detroit. 

ABOUT SHINOLA

In 2011, Shinola, a Bedrock Manufacturing Company, LLC brand was conceived with the belief that products should be built to last, and they should be built in America. As makers of modern, handcrafted watches, bicycles, leather goods, journals, and pet accessories, we are proud to be based in Detroit, a community-minded city with a strong manufacturing legacy. Shinola built their watch and leather factories within the College for Creative Studies in the former Argonaut building. As a new company with a storied name, they stand for skill at scale, the preservation of craft, and the beauty of industry. To find out more about Shinola visit: www.shinola.com.

Dates

May 10 - September 26, 2016

Location

Shinola: Logan Circle
1631 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

Opening reception

Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 6-8pm