Transartist kate-hers RHEE in Postmodernism and Aesthetics: Collide or Steer
Wednesday, Oct 10, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Korean Cultural Center, NYC
460 Park Avenue 6th Floor
New York, NY 10022, USA
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM
kate-hers RHEE is to be included in Postmodernism and Aesthetics: Collide or Steer (on view 10 Oct - 14 Nov) an exhibition of Korean Diasporic artists living and working in the United States. Presented at the Korean Cultural Center New York City and curated by Kyunghee Pyun, the exhibition explores the present status of twenty-two major artists from South Korea currently living and working in the United States. As transnational or immigrant artists, they adapted their artistic sensitivity to the demands of the New York art market, global art biennials, local art communities, or art fairs around the world.
kate-hers RHEE is showing a work called Heterogenous Infiltration for a Sogo, one of the works made specifically for the exhibition I like Korea and Korea likes me at the Korean Cultural Center in Berlin. This work is a self portrait and a reference to iconic German artist Joseph Beuys.
Participating artists: Buhm Hong, Heejung Cho, Joo Yeon Woo, Hong Seon Jang, kate-hers RHEE, Seongmin Ahn, Kira Nam Greene, Sung Ho Choi, Jung S Kim, John SH Lee, Yaloo (Ji Yeon Lim), Zaun Lee, Sang Woo Koh, Ran Hwang, Tai Hwa Goh, Jaye Rhee, Jang Soon Im, Kakyoung Lee, SangmiYoo, Jiyoun Lee-Lodge, Eunsook Lee, and Yeon Jin Kim.
This exhibition is presented by the Korean Cultural Center New York, organized and supported by the AHL Foundation, and sponsored by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.