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Ahn-Nyung at LeBasse Projects

On January 22nd, curator Jae Yang will be presenting Ahn-Nyung / Hello at LeBasse Projects in Culver City. We've had our eye on the growing Asian art scene and market for a while now and the works coming out of South Korea are distinct, delightful and defy many of the common characteristics and definitions seen in the West. One of our favorite sculptors, Jin Young Yu (you may remember her from HF Vol. 12), joins Seok Kim, Yeonju Sung and Hyung Kwan Kim in an introduction of sculpture, photography and electrical tape. Jae Yang and her company, Art-Merge, have some exciting plans for 2011, but for now enjoy this preview of the upcoming show.

Jin Young Yu

On January 22nd, curator Jae Yang will be presenting Ahn-Nyung / Hello at LeBasse Projects in Culver City. We’ve had our eye on the growing Asian art scene and market for a while now and the works coming out of South Korea are distinct, delightful and defy many of the common characteristics and definitions seen in the West. One of our favorite sculptors, Jin Young Yu (you may remember her from HF Vol. 12), joins Seok Kim, Yeonju Sung and Hyung Kwan Kim in an introduction of sculpture, photography and electrical tape. Jae Yang and her company, Art-Merge, have some exciting plans for 2011, but for now enjoy this preview of the upcoming show.

Jin Young Yu

Seok Kim

Seok Kim

Seok Kim

Yeonju Sung

Yeonju Sung

Hyung Kwan Kim

Hyung Kwan Kim

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