You’ve seen the commercials for the new iPhone X. It can use your face as a password to unlock its screen, it’s got a camera upgrade, and just look at the beautiful colors on its screen. The surreal artwork on display in those commercials was inspired by French filmmaker Thomas Blanchard, and now you can see his work up close and personal at ARTECHOUSE’s Kingdom of Colors exhibit. Using state-of-the-art, immersive 270-degree wall projections, the space will feature Blanchard and artist Oilhack’s work with paint, oil, and liquid soap accompanied by a soundtrack from composer Leonardo Villiger. The film is shot with macro lenses, allowing for extremely close videography resulting in a hypnotizing, exploding rainbow universe of color. Read more>>> The exhibit is on view to Nov. 26 at ARTECHOUSE, 1238 Maryland Ave. SW. $8–$15. artechouse.com. (Jeanine Santucci)
Georgian restaurant Supra is now open in Shaw serving what might be the cheesiest menu in the city. There are cornmeal and cheese croquettes ($9), cremini mushrooms stuffed with sulguni cheese ($10), cheese fritters ($8), a cheese board ($15), cheese-filled khachapuri (various prices), and more. Wash it all down with Georgian wine or cocktails like the “Grow a Pear” with pear liqueur, Bagrationi Sparkling, fresh pear, and Angostura bitters ($13). Supra is open tonight for dinner from 5-11 p.m. Supra, 1205 11th St. NW, (202) 789-1205, supradc.com. (Laura Hayes)
OH AND ALSO
Journalist and author Tina Brown discusses her latest book The Vanity Fair Diaries, a memoir about the time she spent at the legendary glossy mag, at the Wharf’s Politics and Prose. 6 p.m. at 70 District Sq. SW. Free.
Nashville rock band Bully performs at U Street Music Hall. 7 p.m. at 1115 U St. NW. $18.
Violinist Chelsey Green performs with her musical group The Green Project at Blues Alley. 8 p.m.; 10 p.m. at 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW. $31.
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