This exhibition, the first dedicated to Kim’s paintings depicting female subjects, brings together key portraits that draw upon her peripatetic childhood and experience dividing her time between a remote village in South Korea and New York City. Captured from life, memory, literature and imagination, through life and photographs, her art explores contemporary social issues such as territorial division, rural exodus, migration, and displacement.
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Contacts/Email : Art Projects International is pleased to present Portraits, a solo exhibition of Myong Hi Kim’s unconventional paintings in her signature medium of oil pastel on chalkboard...