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Hierarchy Presents Hustle a special in-house design project presented by creative partners, No Kings Collective and the Napoleon Restaurant Group, celebrating Hierarchy’s 1 year anniversary. With heavy use of signature typography, this exhibit will feature 2D works, multimedia, sculpture and print series. Hustle is an exhibition that focuses on core values and an outlook of arts and entrepreneurship.
Abe Lincoln famously said, “Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” Hustle is the difference between talking about a thing and doing it. Being an artist is being an endless risk-taking using new ways to create new things, and has untold amounts of background b-roll for every finished painting, album or dish we inevitably see, hear and eat. 


Designed as an ever-evolving, chameleon exhibition space designed by the artist group No Kings Collective in partnership with Napoleon Bistro, Hierarchy opened in February 2014 and is located at 1847 Columbia Road, NW. Hierarchy features monthly artist exhibitions and weekly cultural programming and serves as the latest incarnation of a long standing creative relationship between the artist collective and the Popal Group which began in 2012 with the pop-up art project, The Water Street Project, now Malmaison, the restaurant located on the Georgetown waterfront.

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