Through various mediums, Hundred addresses a lack of human accessibility which is a frustratingly prevalent aspect that plagues the art world. From convoluted, intangible concepts to the notion that art is for the elite and wealthy. These issues weaken the core value that art is meant for all people; to be seen and interpreted, molded and digested. Similar to previous exhibitions, How We Loved You, How Many Winters Ago and Peep $how, Hundred features a diverse group of established artists eager to share their visions with people who possess a similar hunger. With an emphasis on smaller scale works, Hundred beckons the viewer to come closer in order to truly appreciate the concepts and qualities that come with smaller works. With attainable outlays and concepts eager to be clearly heard, Hundred is a body of work for the people, free of exclusivity and limitations.