Oriental Philosophy Merge with Western Aesthetics at Kate Oh Gallery with the Exhibition, ‘Convalescence’ by Artist Bong Jung Kim

 

 

 

Bong Jung Kim. Image courtesy of the Artist and the Gallery.

Kate Oh Gallery invites you to Bong Jung Kim’s world of oriental philosophy  merged with western aesthetics. Kim’s art explores a philosophical relationship and quest to the subject matter of love, desire, and longing, bridging the gesture and expression of his body and soul.

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The ‘Rainbow Group Show’ will Open at Kate Oh Gallery

 

 

 

Artist, Lori LaMont ‘Delectable Yeast Breads’ 40 x 60 inches, watercolor on paper. Image courtesy of the gallery.

In his curator’s statement, Pema Rinzin begins by speaking about why he chose ‘The Rainbow‘ as the subject for this show. Addressing the difficult times we live in, he asked each artist to choose their own vision of rainbow colors as an expression of their joy. “Just as the rainbow unifies many joyous colors, this group show brings together a color full celebration.”

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Kate Oh Gallery presents ‘The Korean Archetype’ by Artist, Miky (Yoohyun) Kim

 

 

 

Artist Miky (Yoohyun) Kim

Kate Oh Gallery will open its doors to the exhibition ‘The Korean Archetype’ on March 1st, with works by artist Miky (Yoohyun) Kim.

In her work, Kim molds countless tile-roofs, metaphorically alluding to Korea’s traditional tile-roof houses that represent Korean women who led lives of obedience, forbearance and self-sacrifice under those very roofs. Through her practice, Kim pays homage to the Korean women who endured suffocating social customs, physical and emotional agony, all the while praying for the wellbeing of her family and loved ones.

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