In and With: Contemporary Korean Art

October 22-December12, 2010: Curated by Haverford College Assistant Professor of Printmaking Hee Sook Kim, In and With: Contemporary Korean Art pairs the work of three artists living and working in Korea with that of two Korean nationals currently residing in the United States.

Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College October 22 - December 12, 2010 Opening Reception: Friday, October 22, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Curated by Haverford College Assistant Professor of Printmaking Hee Sook Kim, In and With: Contemporary Korean Art pairs the work of three artists living and working in Korea with that of two Korean nationals currently residing in the United States. In paintings, prints, and mixed-media works, Hee Sook Kim, Juri Kim, Oh Su Fan, Suh Yong Sun, and Yoo Bong Sang explore how proximity to their cultural heritage and distance from it variously inform their artistic practice.

"In and With" is part of the Korean Arts Festival

In conjunction with the Cantor Fitzgerald exhibition, Hee Sook Kim has organized a music festival – "Korean Music Then and Now" – featuring both traditional and contemporary Korean music. Join us for the premiere a new work; a collaborative piece by composer Christopher Shultis using visual images by Hee Sook Kim and Kayageum performance.