Friday, March 18, 2011
Breathing @ Po Kim Art Gallery

B r e a t h i n g

March 29 - April 26, 2011
Location: Wald and Kim Gallery, 417 Lafayette Street, 4th fl. New York, NY 10003
Reception: March 29, Tuesday, 6-8 pm

Artists: Alain Kirili, Byoung Ok Min, Choong Sup Lim, KyungWoo Han, MiKyung Kim, Po Kim, Rakuko Naito, Raquel Rabinovich, Robert C. Morgan, Ruth Hardinger, Shen Chen, SungHo Choi.
Curator Soo Jung Hyun/Asst. Curator Sung Ho Choi.

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The Monologue of Ice @ Rubin Museum of Art

Atta Kim's Melting Ice Buddha

To mark the closing of the Grain of Emptiness exhibition, South Korean photographer Atta Kim will document the melting of a five-foot-tall ice sculpture of the Buddha. Visitors can participate in the work by collecting the melting water with the injunction that they use it to tend to new growth—for example, a new spring seedling.
The melting begins on Friday, March 25 at 6:00 p.m. during the K2 Lounge, and the museum will be open after hours so that it can be viewed through the night and into the weekend.
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Friday, March 4, 2011
Asian American Arts Centre presents.. BOOM BOX


Location: Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, NYC
Dates: March 17 - March 30, 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 17, 5:00pm-8:00pm

Artists: Amy Chan, Ming Fay, Jung Hyang Kim, and Hyungsub Shin.
Curated by Eun Young Choi.

Featuring four artists who create beautiful visual harmony inspired by nature Boom Box, like the compact portable stereo, overflows with various rhythms and melodies that combine together to create a complex yet intimate visual symphony. The white walled rectangular gallery is transformed into a vibrant celebration of colorful blooms, pods, branches, and burgeoning flora. The exhibition includes intricate multi-layered dreamlike abstractions of Jung Hyang Kim, a fruit-laden lush urban jungle installation by Ming Fay, delicate yet quietly mesmerizing surreal landscapes by Amy Chan, and painted abstractions and delightful wire constructions that straddle the boarder between nature and artificiality in the form of rhizomes and stolons by Hyungsub Shin.

Eun Young Choi is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn. She has an MFA from the School of Visual Arts and studied Museum Studies at City College, CUNY. Some of the venues that she has curated at include Gallery SATORI, Number 35, Arario Gallery New York, Lumenhouse, and the NARS Foundation in New York City and Gallery Factory in Seoul. She has also exhibited her work international in Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, and the US.

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