MILES MCENERY GALLERY is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Emily Mason, made for her second solo presentation with the gallery. A public reception will be held for the artist on 3 January from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at 525 West 22nd Street, and the exhibition will be on view 3 January through 2 February. It is accompanied by a fully illustrated publication, featuring an essay by Elisa Wouk Almino.
Miles McEnery Gallery, New York
Jan 03 - Feb 02, 2019
Jungran Noh attended Ewah Women’s University in Seoul and received her MFA and BFA in painting. She later received another MFA in Fine Arts from California State University in Long Beach, USA. Through her experience living in the United States for 19 years since 1975, she has explored ideal beauty transcending the idea systems of both the East and the West through paintings and colors.
Gallery Seohwa, Seoul
Jan 11 - Feb 15, 2019
C24 Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Transfigured. David C. Terry’s second exhibition as Artistic Director and Curator represents a transition towards the future, embracing the gallery’s place in the artistic landscape of New York City. Transfigured features four prolific, New York-based artists: Gabriel Barcia- Colombo, Sophie Kahn, Andrea Dezsö, and Jaishri Abichandani. The exhibition will run from January 10th to February 23rd, 2018.
C24 Gallery, New York
Jan 11 - Feb 23, 2019
Eric Firestone Gallery is proud to announce the exhibition Martha Edelheit, Flesh Walls: Tales from the 60s. The exhibition will re-introduce the public to Edelheit’s radical paintings and pioneering subject matter. The exhibition includes multi-panel paintings from her “Flesh Wall” series, as well as canvases of elaborately tattooed female figures, and works on paper. The works on paper are a major series from the mid-1960s, depicting a wild, erotic vision of circus performers, and images of paper dolls, reimagined into adult fantasies that explore gender identity, sexual costuming, and sadomasochistic play.
Eric Firestone Gallery, New York
Oct 17 - Dec 15, 2018
Berry Campbell Gallery is pleased to announce a special exhibition of recent paintings by Susan Vecsey. This is Berry Campbell Gallery’s third exhibition of Susan Vecsey’s work since announcing the artist’s representation in 2014. Vecsey is widely held in both public and private collections including the Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina and Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton. The exhibition will run from October 11 to November 10, 2018 with an opening reception on Thursday, October 11 from 6 to 8 pm.
Berry Campbell Gallery, New York
Oct 11 - Nov 10, 2018
Yoonkyung Park is a painter, who has constantly contemplated new possibilities of painting. Painting as a classical medium has been at the center of controversy such as 'the end of painting' and 'the painting is dead.' for a while. However, Park attempts to overcome the limitations of painting and explore the possibility of survival of it as contemporary art. She further tries to draw in artworks, viewers, and the exhibited space as participating entities to her artworks.
Hanwon Museum of Art , Seoul
Apr 12 - Jun 15, 2018
In the manner of expressing subjects in the artist’s works, Sodam Lim, who has started her career as a painter since 2010, has been attracted by unfamiliar situations and tensions based on her personal experience, regardless of the theme or concept. The artist saves all the subjects (images, natural phenomena, events, dreams, narratives, etc.) in her unconscious state through the cognitive window, and she recalls those fragmented memories to create unpredictable paintings after an extended period of time.
project space SARUBIA, Seoul
May 16 - Jun 15, 2018
Sara Kay Gallery is pleased to announce an experimental working artist residency as part of the gallery’s continued commitment to support women artists. The gallery will engage one female artist annually as a means to highlight and expand the artist’s process. The gallery has selected artist Victoria Manganiello as the inaugural residency recipient and she will have the space through March 17, 2018.
Sara Kay Gallery, New York
Feb 02 - Mar 17, 2018
ZIP UP, the Paradise Culture Foundation’s first open call project for exhibitions, seeks to develop various cultural contents and support talented artists as it expands the range of visual art production and its audience. The solo exhibition of Jaiyoung Cho, selected through the ZIP UP of the year 2017, takes on the subject of Under the Paradise as it questions the hierarchical order embedded in our innate system of perception.
Paradise ZIP, Seoul
Dec 13, 2017 - Feb 24, 2018
Sophis Gallery presents Seungean Cha solo exhibition, Seundja Helen from April 05 through 10 May. In conjunction with Cha’s 2014 exhibition titled Agnes & Seungwhans, she displays various canvases that were weaved by the artist herself over 2016-2017 through the show.
Sophis Gallery, Seoul
Apr 05 - May 10, 2017