Curated by Alex Paik
January 7th–February 25th, 2021
This virtual exhibition is loosely based around the idea of the afterimage, the lingering images that one sees after staring at something for too long. The artists in this show deal with the idea of the afterimage both as a visual phenomenon and as a metaphor—thinking about the ways in which the lingering shapes, colors, processes and forms, or the afterimages of personal biographies, cultures, and gentrification affect our vision. Our present and imagined possibilities for the future are colored by the afterimages of our collective and individual histories. As we grapple with the social, cultural, and political systems that have shaped our identities as artists, what will be the afterimages that remain of these systems? How long will these afterimages linger?
Amanda Brown / Leena Cho / Andrea Ferrigno / MaDora Frey / Gao Hang / Jezabeth Roca Gonzalez / Alexa Williams & Crystal Gregory Collaborative Project / Hong Hong / Lauren Howie / Ray Hwang / Ann Kim / Yowshien Kuo / Tyler Lafreniere / Kate McCammon / Alex McClurg / J.P. Mot / Natalia Nakazawa / Eileen Neff / Yangbin Park / Lucha Rodriguez / Eric Manuel Santoscoy-Mckillip / Fred Schmidt-Arenales / Winnie Sidharta / Ellen Siebers / Alexandra Gabriela Snowden / Kate Stone / Implement Archive (Ellen Kleckner & Linda Tien) / Chelsea Wrightson / Kemar Keanu Wynter / Emily Zuch / Hye Yeon Shin
Review: 60wrd/min COVID Edition in Newcity by Lori Waxman
Lori Waxman, the art critic for the Chicago Tribune, reviewed my work which was exhibited in the New Prints 2020/Summer 'Give Me Space' show at International Print Center New York. The review appears in her most recent 60 Wrd/Min Art Critic COVID Edition in Newcity Art.
Follow the link below to read the full review.
The HAND Issue 30 contributing artist
The Hand Magazine is a quarterly publication for artists working in photography, digital, and print media. Our goal is to provide artists an outlet to publish their work and reach a wider audience.
Issue 30 features my prints Wave series.
Follow the link below to learn more about the magazine.
2020/SUMMER NEW PRINTS ARTIST DEVELOPMENT AWARDEES
IPCNY is pleased to introduce the seventh cohort of New Prints Artist Development Program awardees. As part of the New Prints program, the artists on view in Give Me Space were invited to apply for three opportunities for further development: an artist residency, artist mentorship, and sponsored coursework. Due to COVID-19, all programs are happening remotely. IPCNY was able to expand the program, awarding two artist-in-residence, five mentorships, and six sponsored coursework.
MADELEINE CONOVER, PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES
INMA HERRERA, HELSINKI, FINLAND
YANGBIN PARK, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
HAFSA RIAZ, LAHORE, PAKISTAN
MARÍA VERÓNICA SAN MARTÍN, BROOKLYN, UNITED STATES
Follow the link below to learn more about the awardees
GIVE ME SPACE: NEW PRINTS 2020/SUMMER @IPCNY
International Print Center New York (IPCNY) announces Give Me Space: New Prints 2020/Summer, an online exhibition featuring new works selected by Chitra Ganesh. Chosen from prints and print-based work submitted by over 1,000 artists, the exhibition presents a diverse group of 41 artists and “reflects the radical and unprecedented shifts of space, both physical and psychic, that are being urgently enacted by our current political moment,” says Ganesh. Organized in the context of the COVID-19 crisis, the project “speaks to how the global pandemic and the stark inequalities it has laid bare have given way to a radical restructuring of how bodies exist in public space,” Ganesh continues. The exhibition takes its title from Farah Mohammad’s work Give Me Space.
Golnar Adili, Marc Aquino-Michaels, Ash Armenta, Avni Bansal, Allison Bianco, Phillip Chen, Ben Clement, Madeleine Conover, Nilanjan Das, Rocky Dobey, Ashley Fuchs, Katie Garth, Mary Gordon, Thayer Nicholas Granstrom Bray, Inma Herrera, Yuji Hiratsuka, Rene Hugo Arceo, Sofija Kamasi, Kathryn Keller Larkins, Ethan J Lauesen, Marc Lepson, Colin Lyons, Neal McCormick, Golbanou Moghaddas, Farah Mohammad, Beej Nierengarten-Smith, Yangbin Park, Mo Peng, Alina Perez, Hafsa Riaz, Isaiah Rivera, Maria Veronica San Martin, Erika Shiba, Annie Silverman, Jean-Marc Superville Sovak, Junko Tamura Eguchi, Magdalena Wanat, Alejandro Waskavich, David Wolske, Judy Woodborne, and Mami Yamamoto.
Follow the link below to see the Online Exhibition.
In Transit, SGC International 2020
As immigrants, international students, travelers, and dual-citizens participants may have at some point been affected by various changing governmental policies or other restrictions that have impacted their ability to travel within the boundaries of the United States and beyond. These life experiences and faced encounters bring to question our identities and the effects of our surrounding environments.
“In Transit” further looks to be inclusive to working artists that have been constrained by the sensitivities and alarms of being restrained by a visa status that does not allow them to leave the continental upper 48 states or other countries with peace of mind. In effect, restricting numerous artists within our community from physically attending a conference located in Puerto Rico. (A Commonwealth of the U.S. with a history of colonization that celebrates a distinct mixture of Taino, Spanish and African roots.)
In support of a growing international organization and the all-encompassing medium of print, we strive to celebrate and promote diversity in the arts.
Sheraton Convention Center in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
From April 1st to 4th 2020
94th ANNUAL International Competition
The Print Center is very pleased to announce the Finalists and Semifinalists of the 94th ANNUAL International Competition juried by Charlotte Cotton and Gretchen Wagner. Cotton is a curator of photography and author, she is Curator-in-Residence at the California Museum of Photography, Riverside and recently published Photography Is Magic (Aperture, 2015). Wagner is the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow for Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Saint Louis Art Museum and co-curator/co-author of Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now (Saint Louis Art Museum, 2018).
Miguel A. Aragón
Lucy Wood Baird
Young Sun Han
Follow the link below to see the Online Exhibition of the 94th Annual International Competition
SEPTEMBER 5 - NOVEMBER 21
Neighborhood Workshop features works by multi-disciplinary contemporary artists that respond to the dynamics of the neighborhoods they live in. Some paint a portrait of what they see or would like to see in their community. Others experiment with creative interventions to shift the social or physical landscape. This exhibition shows an array of approaches from Asian Arts Initiative’s current and past Social Practice Lab artists-in-residence, alongside fellow Philadelphia-based artists. The exhibition also turns Asian Arts Initiative’s gallery into a workshop space to explore and construct work that connects to our immediate neighborhood and the communities that comprise our diverse city.
Join us First Fridays from September through November for a series of live artist-led workshops and demonstrations!
Scott Kip and Dave Kyu*
Meei Ling Ng*
Laura Deutch, Katya Gorker, Kathryn Sclavi and Lee Tusman**
*Current Asian Arts Initiative Social Practice Lab artists-in-residence
**Previous Social Practice Lab artists
2014 Annual Juried Exhibition Under Construction
July 22 – August 16, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday July 24, 6 - 8pm
Juror: Sharon Matt Atkins
Managing Curator of Exhibitions, Brooklyn Museum
Melissa Beck / Cara Bonewitz / Amanda Buonocore / Kai Caemmerer / Sean Catherine / Rose Dickson / Tracy
Featherstone / Lisa Fischetti / Jay Hendrick / Manuela Jimenez / Noelle King / Melinda Laszczynski / Gardiner Funo
O’Kain / Tatiana Ortiz - Rubio / Nara Park / Yangbin Park / Michelle Ramin / Kristin Richards/ Beth Shipley / Leona
Strassberg Steiner / Janice Suhji / Shihori Yamamoto
What do the words “finished” and “unfinished” mean? How does an artwork communicate progress, process, or the vicissitude of origin?
SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery is pleased to announce its 16th Annual Juried Group Exhibition, Under Construction, on view July 22 through August 16, 2014. Twenty-two exhibiting artists were selected by Sharon Matt Atkins, Managing Curator of Exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibition presents a multidisciplinary showcase of works that highlight phases of formation in content and materiality. Pieces on view reveal the particularities of their foundation and expose the diverse developments in their process and production.
WORKS ON PAPER NYC 3
Working on paper has expanded from preparatory sketches for painting or sculpture to now being respected artwork unto itself. From drawing, painting, printmaking to photography, works on paper is a varied, exciting and versatile medium. This exhibit will take place in New York City, join us for an amazing show.
The Jeffrey Leder Gallery continues our exhibit season with an expansive exhibit: "Works On Paper NYC III". The exhibit will occupy 2 floors of the gallery. We are located in LIC, New York City: 8 minutes from Manhattan, around the corner from MoMA PS1 Museum, 2 blocks from the Sculpture Center and 6 Blocks from the Noguchi Museum.
Force Field Project
Art and music collide to create the sickest art event of the summer in Philadelphia June 21st-22nd.
Force Field Project 2014 will showcase 45 multimedia art installations, performances and musicians representing 7 states including Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, Massachusetts and Maryland. For images of all the artists, bios, and information please visit our website.
I wasn't doing nothing
A solo exhibition by Yangbin Park.
This exhibition explores the routines - everyday practices that don't usually get written down. In this exhibition, he will explore aesthetic and philosophical phenomena discovered in the routines/everyday practices, seeking a contemplative mode of thinking/living that comes from mindfulness/consciousness.
Date: June 13, - July 5, 2014
Opening: Friday June 13, 2014
Location:AIRSPACE Gallery 4007 Chestnut Street 1st Floor, Philadelphia
Hours:Sat-Sun 1-4 pm
An essay At Home with Yanbin Park by Heather Castro
click to PRINTERESTING
Artist Collective Exhibition: Mohamed, Jose, Yangbin, and Dino
The exhibition, which will be taking place at Brandywine Workshop Gallery in Philadelphia, will focus around the concept of by-product addressing a secondary product derived from a manufacturing process. Brandywine Workshop is a national center for printmaking, the Brandywine Workshop has sponsored over 350 artists' residencies since it was founded in 1974.
May 30 - June 27 at Brandywine Workshop
Opening on Friday May 30, 2014, 6 - 8 pm
730 S Broad St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
DISPLAY: International Video Art Exhibition
February 21 - March 21, 2014 Monday-Saturday
Closing Reception: March, 2014 6:00-8:00pm
Fleisher Art Memorial’s first edition of the international exhibition Display will feature the audio visual work of 12 artists or collectives projected through large size windows from the Suzanne Fleisher and Ralph Joel Roberts Gallery in the city of Philadelphia. These windows face the diverse region of Southeast Philadelphia. For this reason Fleisher Art Memorial seeks audio visual works that establishes a conversation dealing with international immigrant’s issues, conditions, and exodus manifestations in the recent years.
Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Director of Marginal Utility Gallery
Marked: 1st Drawing Annual - Group Show
UnFramed is a online artist-lead gallery dedicated to the celebration of art and creativity. We’re here to provide a platform for good work, an online gallery with curated exhibitions – online, with a reach that exceeds that of a physical gallery. We are a showcase for what is being produced by artists from everywhere, giving people a chance to see art that may not be trending or popular where they live
"It’s the Little Things" Group Exhibition
February 5th, 2014 – March 1st, 2014
Being that February is such a teeny tiny month and all, it seemed the perfect occasion to embellish the walls of 1 lb. Gallery with images that bring attention to some of life’s other little things…
Pushing Boundaries-Expanding Horizons: 10th Janet Turner National Print Competition and Exhibition
This joint exhibition with the University Art Gallery surveys new, innovative and “must sees” in the print world. Our juror is Anne Collins Goodyear, Co-Director Bowdoin Museum of Art; former Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, Smithsonian; and President of the College Art Association.
Juror’s talk: Thursday, February 20 at 5:30 p.m. in Ruth Rowland–Taylor Recital Hall; receptions to follow at The Turner and the University Art Gallery, 100 Trinity Hall.
NURTUREart Annual Benefit 2013
Monday, October 28, 2013
Bernarducci Meisel Gallery, 37 W. 57th Street
General Admission: 7 – 9 pm
VIP Preview: 5 – 7 pm
Benefit Co-Chairs: Christopher K. Ho, Renwick Paige, and Steve Shane
Honorary Committee: Todd Levin, Adam Parker Smith, and Ursula Von Rydingsvard
Jurors: Jennie Lamensdorf, James Panero, Amy Smith-Stewart, and Mark Tribe
5th Cairo Video Festival at Mardar
Video Art & Experimental films
The Cairo Video Festival is a platform to start a conversation between video-artists, curators and the public, and a space for artists to showcase their innovative, low budget video art productions that are selected according to quality, authenticity and conviction in investigation of subject matter.
Through ten days of screenings, artists talks, and discussions the Cairo Video Festival fosters this growing public interest in new media production and experimentation to expose audiences to artists and concepts from around the world.
The festival is Medrar’s first contribution to the art scene in 2005 and is the project through which Medrar was later established. It started as a collective of visual artists who were experimenting with a new medium and took initiative to establish themselves the space in which their works, along with works from all over the world, would be shown in the heart of this vigorous city.
click to Official catalog
In Front of Strangers, I Sing: 72nd Annual Juried Exhibition
May 25 - September 1, 2013
Open House: June 1, 2013 | 12 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The exhibition will feature works in a wide variety of media from artists living within 50 miles of the Museum. Works will be selected to create a cohesive presentation that explores contemporary themes and ideas within the arts of Philadelphia. The exhibition has been juried by artists Dona Nelson and Rubens Ghenov. In conjunction with the juried show, some of Nelson’s and Ghenov’s own work are on view, and the artists have select objects for display from Woodmere’s collection that relate to the show’s themes. The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalog.
Momenta Art Spring Benefit 2013
Momenta Art is pleased to invite you to our eighteenth annual spring benefit: an evening including a raffle drawing and a silent auction. As in previous years, it will be an exciting evening to acquire artwork by highly talented emerging and established artists, as well as to celebrate our ongoing mission to support socially engaged and aesthetically sophisticated art.
Momenta Art's 2013 Benefit will present approximately 160 raffle artworks by both emerging and established artists. A raffle ticket guarantees you a work of art and entrance for two to the raffle drawing and silent auction on Wednesday, May 22nd. Tickets are limited to the number of artworks available. So please make sure that you purchase your tickets in advance.
In addition, Momenta Art will offer a number of higher-valued works for silent auction through Paddle 8. Bidding on these works will begin on May 10th and end on May 22nd at 7pm before the raffle begins. Silent auction artists will include Ida Applebroog, Sarah Braman, David Diao, Mark Dion, William Powhida, Hunter Reynolds, Federico Solmi, and Mickalene Thomas.
Documentary, Diary, and Dream
MFA Thesis Exhibition by Yangbin Park
Opening Reception: Friday, April 26, 6pm - 8pm
Exhibition: April 24-27, 2013
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 11am - 6pm
Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art
2001 N 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
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Yangbin Park’s artistic endeavor to reflect on a society through the medium of individuals has been led by a social introspection.
Here he unfolds the intersection between individual and society, presenting events that epitomize the elusive link we have within our societies.
By contemplating how a social sphere influences people both at spatial and psychological levels, he presents memories of the events that continue to reverberate through the present, connoting our multi-layered relationship to the society.
Through his introspection of the momentous period symbolized by 1988 Seoul Olympic, Yangbin provides a scopic window, through which our existence vis-à-vis a collective identity, desire vis-à-vis a social aspiration are shone.
"Ahem" Group Exhibition
Please join us for ahem, a group exhibition of the Tyler School of Art 2013 MFA Candidates. This juried show, curated by Rebecca Michaels, Christian Tomaszewski, and Adele Nelson, features recent works by thirty artists in Tyler School of Art’s nine MFA programs: Ceramics, Fibers and Material Studies, Glass, Graphic and Interactive Design, Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture. ahem showcases the diversity of vision, technique, and style generated by these emerging artists.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog, which is the culmination of a semester-long effort between graduate students in the art history department and MFA candidates to engage in discussion and exchange critical dialogue. The catalog features essays on each of the exhibiting aritsts, written by sixteen art historians.
ahem will be on view at Crane Arts Ice Box from March 6th-16th, 2013, with an Opening Reception on Saturday March 9th from 6-9 pm, and a Second Thursday Reception on Thursday March 14th, 6-9pm.
Crane Arts Ice Box
1400 N American St, Philadelphia
ETHNOSCAPES: Exhibition opening Nov 28th 6-9PM
Chashama 461 Gallery and Studio, 461 West 126th Street, New York, New York
Nov 28 - Dec 2
ALAN GRILLO/ ALICIA SHAHAF/ ANDRES MONTES/ ARJUNA NEUMAN/ CAROLE COHEN/ CYNTHIA HAWK/ DAMASO REYES/ EZRA WUBE /FRYD FRYDENDAHL & MIA BIRKELUND/ MARIANNE WASOWSKA-FAUCHON/ NINA BUMBALKOVA/ NINA MOURITZEN/ SETH ORIGON SCHWAIGER/ SHREEPAD JOGLEKAR/ SIMON BUCKLEY/ VARVARA MIKUSHKINA / YANGBIN PARK
ETHNOSCAPES is an International photo exhibition investigating issues of (social) de-territorialization, migration, and hybrid identities. With the rapidly expanding forces of globalization, borders appear to be col
lapsing in a whirlwind of new technologies and communication possibilities. In some ways, we are experiencing possibilities of mobility never seen before, though, simultaneously, national bor-ders are increasingly constricted, surveillance intensified, and immigrant rights deflated. Through the diverse lens of 18 international artists, this exhibition ex-amines the ambiguity of living in constant cross-cultural transit, as well as ex-plores the contradictory regimes of (im)mobility and trans-nationality in today’s globalized World.
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2012 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition
January 19 through February 17, 2012
Opening Reception: January 19 at 5pm
This exhibition is a survey of some of the most outstanding examples of
small prints being made in the United States today. Held annually, it
honors the belief in and commitment to the art of contemporary printmaking.
The 2012 juror was Roberta Waddell , Curator of Prints Emerita,
The New York Public, New York, New York.