2 Openings in a row! 7/8/21 - SFA Projects, 7/9/21 - NARS Foundation
🌻Happy Summer🌻 I am very happy to invite you for our group exhibition opening in NYC!!! This exhibition means to me a lot. Since 2020, we had to go through rough time, Pandemic and Asian hate. I asked my talented artist friends who has Asian heritage to join this exhibition. I am very happy 7 artists joined me. I appreciate SFA Projects will have our show, in Person Opening reception and FLATFILE Gallery for featuring our show online!!! ⭐️"SENTIMENT"⭐️
July 9th, 2021 – August 8th, 2021 OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, July 8th, 6pm–8pm Gallery Hours: Fri-Sun, 1pm-6pm (and by appointment) SFA Projects : 131 Chrystie Street, New York, NY 10002 “Sentiment” is a group exhibition of watercolor paintings by CHEMIN HSIAO, mixed media work by DAVID NAKABAYASHI, JI YONG KIM, KAMONCHANOK PHON-NGAM, KAY SIRIKUL PATTACHOTE, ROBERTO JAMORA, SOPHIA CHIZUCO and installations by LULU MENG. We are fortunate to have been able to continue working as artists throughout the pandemic. For this exhibition, we would like to present our “sentiment” works. Each artist stepped into a deeper level of mind and examination to create their works. All participating artists are of Asian heritage and have unique points of view, respectively. These complex heritage and cultural backgrounds allow each artist to create artworks through the lens of their individual, and culturally collective, layers of thoughts and sentiments. – Sophia Chizuco ⭐️This exhibition is also on FLATFILE Gallery
July 9 - 30, 2021
NARS Main Gallery & Project Space 201 46th Street 2nd & 4th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220 Opening Reception: Friday, July 9th, 6-8 pm
With works by Niamul Bari, Jesus Benavente, Frank Born, Sophia Chizuco, Carole d'Inverno, Julia Elsas, Fred Fleisher, Ji Kim, Hiromitsu Kuroo, Yi Hsuan Lai, Ron Leach, Rachael McArthur, Joyce McKee, Robert Melzmuf, Naomi Nakazato, Richard A Rosenblatt, Andrew Schwartz, Rhonda Weppler.
NARS Foundation in collaboration with J&M studios is pleased to introduce We Become Present, an exhibition showcasing the works of artists working at the #201 building on 46th street in Sunset Park Brooklyn. We Become Present centers the attention on works that were created during the pandemic - a time filled with grief, tension, despair and uncertainty. For the artists in this exhibition, a way to cope with world events has been through their artistic practice. Some have focused on the healing processes and refuge present in nature, looking at its cycles and repetitive actions. Others have created pieces that are meant to be activated - by movement, sound or as a form of protest. Several have used their art making to create their own hybrid spaces and fantastic worlds. The studio space has become a shelter, but also a space for transformation and for recording the passage of time. Either as a continuation of their previous works or as a window to new explorations, these pieces can be read as coping methods, occasions to reach for connection, safe spaces and continuous reaffirmations of a self, existing today. ⭐️Ongoing exhibition USPS Art project 4/24/21 - 7/3/21 (extended!) Greenly Art Space :2201 E. Willow St. Suite D #190, Signal Hill, CA 90755 I am very happy to show our 2 of new collaboration pieces, "flourish" & "Behind Nature" and 2 of previous collaboration works, "Energy Flow from Roots" & "Honey & Bee" with Kay Sirikul Pattachote . ❤️Order Portrait for you or memory of someone your love ❤️ Please direct message me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for inquiring.
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