Sunday, November 11, 2012
Saturday, September 15, 2012
October 4 - 20, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 4, 5 - 8 pm
Pratt Gallery at the Tashiro Kaplan Studios
312 S. Washington, Studio A1, Seattle, WA 98104
phone: (206) 328-2200
Gallery Hours: Wed. - Sat. from 12 to 5 pm
Sang-Mi Yoo’s project explicates how politics in education and urban planning have influenced our way of thinking and visual perceptions. She arranges prints and lasercuts within the gallery space to simulate the notion of ideal home as a tangible subject vs. illusion.
Artist meet and greet at Pratt's Print Studio Friday October 5, 6 - 8 pm in partnership with Seattle Print Arts.1902 South Main Street
Seattle, WA 98144
Artist Lecture at Mithun: Thursday, October 3, 12 - 1 pm
1201 Alaskan Way #200 Seattle, WA 98101
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Artist Lecture: Friday, August 31, 1-2 pm
Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 29, 6-8 pm
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Friday, March 16, 11:30 am - 4:00 pm, Woldenberg Art Center at Tulane University, Room 214
Denise Bookwalter, David DuBose, Stacy Elko, Michael Glenn, Anita Jung, Elizabeth Klimek, Kathy McGhee, Yoonmi Nam, Amanda Rouse, Marianna Smith, Melanie Yazzie, Sang-Mi Yoo
Event Assistants: Juanita Exiga, Joshua Meier
For more info: 2012 SGCI Conference Highlights
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
November 3 - 20, 2011
UTSA Satellite Space, Blue Star Arts Complex, 1400 S. Alamo St., No. 115, San Antonio, TX
Hours: Fri, Sat & Sun, Noon - 6 pm and By Appointment
The Anomalous Traces exhibition by Sang-Mi Yoo at the UTSA Satellite Space Gallery focuses on a mixed media installation with laser-cut felt and large format offset lithographs. This concept for this exhibit is based upon iconic images that are created through personal memory, simulating perception and memory from a collective experience.
The artworks in the exhibit are based on her ongoing project, New Village, that reflects her childhood memories and everyday encounters of standardized residential buildings. She has created lasercuts using acrylic and wool felt to distort and transform the original shape of the exterior of the houses and floorplans. As these materials are installed in the space, rows of New Village houses and flooplans float off the wall, becoming abstract constructs that are subject to the gravity and shadow play surrounding the materials. Yoo takes photographs of these installations in order to make digital transparencies for large sized, photo-based offset prints. Lastly, she arranges these prints and lasercuts within the space to create an installation that compares the notion of ideal home as a tangible subject vs. illusion.
Overall Sang-Mi Yoo’s project explicates how politics in education and urban planning have influenced our way of thinking and visual perceptions. During the exhibition, she plans to collect photos of historical and residential buildings from San Antonio. Yoo will use iconic images created from these photos to deploy further issues of the ideal home.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
HOT HOUSTON COOL PRINTS EXHIBIT I:
Sojourns, Metaphors, and Flying Machines: The Mythical Prints of Future Akins, Stacy Elko, and Sang-Mi Yoo
Group exhibition featuring recent prints by Akins, Elko, and Yoo, associate professors at Texas Tech. Sponsored by PrintMatters. Juried by Patrick Palmer.
Opening Reception: Friday, June 3, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: June 3-July 29
THE MUSEUM OF PRINTING HISTORY
1324 West Clay Street
Houston, TX 77019-4036
ARE YOU KIDDING ME? LUBBOCK?
Texas Tech associate professors Akins, Elko, and Yoo discuss their approaches to printmaking and how they find the time to work, teach, and make art.
Panel Talk: Saturday, June 4, 2-3:30 pm
THE MUSEUM OF PRINTING HISTORY
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Six artists from three continents focus on non-conventional approaches to printmaking using a variety of materials;
3-D prints by Orna Feinstein and Steve Weiseman, installation by Ardan Ozmenoglu and Sang-Mi Yoo, as well as works by Karin Bos and Jennifer Rose.
Opening Reception: Friday, June 10, 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: June 10-July 3
ANYA TISH GALLERY
4411 Montrose Blvd # 500
Houston, TX 77006-5855