Currently on display at the gallery, the paintings in Davide Balliano's exhibition continue his exploration of patterns reduced to their most basic contours. For the artist, this interest is exemplified in this use of different wave patterns. In these new works, he has successfully layered the dimensions of these forms setting them into motion. • Davide Balliano is on view until 13 April 2019 • Photo: Davide Balliano, UNTITLED_0138 (2019), plaster, gesso and varnish on wood, 36 x 48 inches (91.4 x 121.9 cm). Image by Jeremy Haik • #tinakimgallery #davideballiano
Installation view of Tina Kim Gallery/Kukje Gallery at TEFAF Maastricht • Visit us at booth 512 throughout the duration of the fair, which runs until March 24th. • #tinakimgallery #kukjegallery #tefafmaastricht #tefaf #artfair
Grounded in a philosophical discourse surrounding nature versus technology and time versus space, Davide Balliano’s work reflects on the interdependence of these forces relative to the human condition. In his newest compositions, the artist has begun to articulate a clearer background and foreground with even greater contrasting black and white compositions. By offering a greater sense of depth to his complex geometrical forms, the artist frames a visual dialectic suffused with the human experience. • On view until 13 April 2019 • Photo: Installation view of Davide Balliano, 2019. Image by Jeremy Haik. • #tinakimgallery #davideballiano
Join us next Saturday, March 2nd, for breakfast and an intimate conversation between artist Davide Balliano and Daniel Palmer, Associate Curator at Public Art Fund. The talk will begin promptly at 11 am. RSVP to email@example.com if you would like to attend, as space is limited. • Photo: Davide Balliano, Untitled (2019), stainless steel, 27.56 x 11.81 x 19.69 inches (70 x 30 x 50 cm)
Park Chan-Kyong has been selected by Korea's National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art as this year's artist for its MMCA Hyundai Motor Series. A special exhibition of Park's works will take place from 26 October until 23 February next year at the MMCA Seoul. • The MMCA Hyundai Motor Series is an annual project started by the museum in 2014. It aims to assist and promote selected artists in constructing unique and large-scale works.
If you're in Los Angeles for the inaugural Frieze LA, be sure to visit our joint-booth with Kukje Gallery. Find us at booth C9.
In Mexico City for @zonamaco? Join us this afternoon for a discussion on the increasing demand for contemporary Asian art. Participants include: Doryun Chong, Deputy Director & Chief Curator at M+ Hong Kong Jérôme Neutres, Curator of Exhibitions & Director of Strategy & Development at Grand Palais in Paris Tina Kim, Founder of Tina Kim Gallery in New York • The Art of Collecting: Collecting Asian Art Saturday, 9 February 2019 | 4 PM Conference Hall, Centro Citibanamex, Hall D • Zona Maco runs until February 10th Visit us at booth G209 • Photo: Ha Chong-Hyun, Conjunction 15-164 (2015), oil on hemp cloth, 70.87 x 47.24 inches (180 x 120 cm)
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to participate in Zona Maco 2019. Visit us at booth G209 for available works by Chung Sang-Hwa (pictured) as well as Davide Balliano, Ha Chong-Hyun, Gimhongsok, Suki Seokyeong Kang, Park Seo-Bo, Lee Ufan, Kim Yong-Ik and Kwon Young-Woo. • Zona Maco runs until 10 February 2019 • Photo: Chung Sang-Hwa, Untitled 76-7 (1976) acrylic on canvas, 25.59 x 20.87 inches (65 x 53 cm)
Tina Kim Gallery is delighted to announce its upcoming exhibition, a solo presentation of paintings and sculptures by New York-based artist Davide Balliano. • Opening Reception: Thursday, 28 February 2019 | 6-8 PM On view from 28 February until 13 April 2019 • Photo: Davide Balliano, UNTITLED_0123 (2018), plaster, gesso & varnish on wood, 48 x 40 inches, (121.9 x 101.6 cm)
Many thanks to @artasiapacific for including Suki Seokyeong Kang's 2018 exhibition 'Jeong 井' in its 2019 Almanac. - We are pleased to present works by Kang at Untitled SF. Be sure to visit us at booth B7 before the fair ends on January 20th. - Photo: Suki Seokyeong Kang, Moras on the Black Mat, 2014-2018.
In San Francisco for Untitled this week? Visit us at booth B7 to view Ha Chong-Hyun's Conjunction 16-360. Characterized by paint that is pushed through the picture plane, Ha’s Conjunction series balances ruptures and abraded surfaces with carefully drawn forms incised in the paint. - Additionally, we are delighted to present works by artists including Davide Balliano, Suki Seokyeong Kang and Gimhongsok. - Untitled SF runs until January 20, 2019 - Photo: Ha Chong-Hyun, Conjunction 16-360, 2016, oil on hemp cloth, 63.86 x 51.3 inches, 162 x 130 cm
Untitled SF opens to the public tomorrow! Visit us at booth B7 to view a selection of works by artists such as Kwon Young-Woo, Kim Yong-Ik and Kibong Rhee, among others. - Untitled SF runs from January 18 until January 20, 2019 - Photo: Kwon Young-Woo, Untitled, 1985, gouache, Chinese ink on Korean paper, 45.47 x 38.98 inches, 115.5 x 99 cm
If you're in Miami for ABMB, be sure to visit our joint-booth with Kukje Gallery. Find us at booth F6 for the run of the fair, until December 9th, 2018.
We are pleased to announce the inclusion of Minouk Lim's video work "New Town Ghost" in the exhibition "The Street. Where the World is Made", opening Thursday, December 6th at the MAXXI in Rome. - On view until April 28, 2019, the exhibition puts forward various thematic engagements with the paradigm shifts of our time: the street as an extension of domestic life, as the principal location for urban expression and as an incubator for a renewed social structure: the street signifies meeting, sharing and discussion, but also innovation, a space in which our relationship with new technologies and with the speed of communication that they have imposed on the contemporary world emerges.
Art Basel Miami Beach kicks off this week, and we are pleased to present alongside @kukjegallery. Visit booth F6 for major paintings, installations, and video works by both Korean and international contemporary artists including Alexander Calder, Davide Balliano, Ha Chong-Hyun, Kim Yong-Ik, Lee Ufan and Bill Viola, among others. Additionally, we are excited to show Absent Acts by Gimhongsok for the fair's Kabinett Sector. - Art Basel Miami Beach runs from December 6 until December 9, 2018
Thank you @artforum for including Gimhongsok’s “Dwarf, Dust, Doubt” as one of its Critics’ Picks. - “Dwarf, Dust, Doubt” is on display until 30 November 2018
We are pleased to announce a special commission of paintings by Davide Balliano for Bottega Veneta's Madison Avenue Maison. Open to the public 7 days a week, visitors are welcome to view these works – which have been conceived especially for the space – during the maison's normal hours. - The exhibition runs until 4 January 2019 - Photo: Davide Balliano, UNTITLED_0114, 2018. Plaster, gesso & varnish on wood, 60 x 60 inches (152.4 x 152.4 cm), signed, dated and stamped.
Installation view of Incomplete Order Development, from the solo exhibition 'Dwarf, Dust, Doubt' by Gimhongsok. - In Gimhongsok’s Incomplete Order Development series, blocky concrete figures stand in various states of repose. Approximately 1 meter tall, each figure though roughly shaped, clearly embodies a small human making various communicative gestures. The series asks, rhetorically, when is an object completed? When does any project, including an artwork, reach its final stage? According to the artist, “The concept of completion has a beginning and end, with the decision to finish, marking its completion. But who decides when something is complete, and how?” - 'Dwarf, Dust, Doubt' by Gimhongsok is on display until 30 November 2018
Installation view of Untitled (Short People), from the solo exhibition 'Dwarf, Dust, Doubt' by Gimhongsok. - An extension of his MATERIAL (2012) and 8 breaths (2013) series, each work from Untitled (Short People) is comprised of blown up balloons that are cast in bronze. Varying in size, the artist enlists friends and acquaintances to blow up the balloons finding poetic resonance in the capture of human breath. Divided into groups of four and six balloons, the entire series represents a combined effort of more than one hundred people. - 'Dwarf, Dust, Doubt' is on display until 30 November 2018
Thank you to everyone who visited us for yesterday's opening. "Dwarf, Dust, Doubt" by Gimhongsok is on view until 30 November 2018. - Through the exhibition's title, Gimhongsok has highlighted how society casually assigns values to objects using terms to describe their size, weight and how we perceive them. In isolating these arbitrary values, he questions the political and social judgment implied by their use, rejecting the cavalier way people treat objects upon seeing them.
Tonight: Join us from 6–8 PM for the opening reception of Gimhongsok's solo exhibition "Dwarf, Dust, Doubt" - The exhibition is on display from 25 October until 30 November 2018
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to present Dwarf, Dust, Doubt, a solo exhibition by Gimhongsok. The exhibition includes new sculptures from two of the artist’s ongoing series, Untitled (Short People) and Incomplete Order Development. This is Gimhongsok’s second show at the gallery; his first was in 2010. - 25 October – 30 November 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday, 25 October 2018 | 6 – 8 PM - Image: Gimhongsok, Untitled (Short People) - 6 balloons, 2018
Today is the last day to see Park Chan-Kyong's solo exhibition Citizen's Forest. Visit the gallery for a final look at the artist's work of the same name, a haunting three-channel video that serves as an allegory of modern-day Korea.
Find us at booth F20 during #FriezeMasters, where we are proud to show a focused presentation of available works by Korean artist Wook-Kyung Choi. Also on view are works by Ha Chong-Hyun, Chung Sang-Hwa, Park Seo-Bo, Kim Yong-Ik and Kwon Young-Woo, among others. - Read about our Frieze Masters 2018 booth in the @nytimes article entitled 'At Frieze, a Woman’s Place Is Everywhere' by @looslips.
Tomorrow, September 30th, at 6 PM, Minouk Lim will perform her work O Tannenbaum at the @asakusa.o artspace in Tokyo. The performance traces the adaptation of the German folk song O Tannenbaum to the communist Red Flag Song, and how it became a vessel for otherwise conflicting ideologies. A rally performance will be assembled around Tokyo’s Imperial Palace, intended to unite the “ghosts” of discordant communities and temporalities. - For more information on this event, please visit asakusa-o.com.
Evoking literary genres ranging from Asian gothic to heavy metal, Citizen's Forest (2016) by Park Chan-Kyong chronicles major tragedies in the nation’s past. The work’s panoramic structure evokes traditional “shan-su” (landscape) scroll paintings. In Citizen’s Forest, viewers are invited to accompany this ragtag group as they walk slowly through the forest; mixing history and fiction, the actors play musical instruments and impersonate the dead as they mourn the loss of their fellow citizens. - The opening reception for Citizen's Forest by Park Chan-Kyong will take place on Thursday, September 13th, between 6 – 8 PM. - Photo: Park Chan-Kyong, Citizen's Forest, 2016, three channel black and white video (26 min 32 sec), directional sound, dimensions variable
Head over to @pinupmagazine now for an interview with @sukiskang, covering the artist's use of materials, how her work relates to the human body, and her incorporation of the traditional Korean court dance Chunaengmu. - Photo: Partial exhibition view of Suki Seokyeong Kang: Black Mat Oriole (2018). Photography by Constance Mensh. Courtesy of the artist and the ICA Philadelphia.
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to present Citizen’s Forest, a solo exhibition by Park Chan-Kyong. The multi-disciplinary artist utilizes film, video and photography to examine the complex social and political history of South Korea. His work pays particular attention to Korea’s enduring folk traditions and shamanism as well as the profound impact of the Korean War and subsequent partition of North and South. On view 13 September – 13 October 2018, the exhibition includes two video works and a series of photographs by the Seoul-based artist. - Opening Reception: Thursday, 13 September 2018 | 6 – 8 PM - Photo: Child Soldier, 2017-2018, digitalized 35mm photography projection (single channel), color sound, 16 min 09 sec, dimensions variable
CLOSING SOON: Now in its last few days, visit us for a final look at our group show with @commonwealthandcouncil to see works by Carolina Caycedo, Beatriz Cortez, Rafa Esparza, Patricia Fernández, EJ Hill, Alice Könitz, Kang Seung Lee, Jennifer Moon, Gala Porras-Kim, Jen Smith and Clarissa Tossin. The solo exhibition comes to a close August 3rd, and we are open to the public until 6 pm today through Friday.
'It’s this quirky re-envisionment of the anthropological that allows Gala Porras-Kim to frontline the often ridiculous (and defunct) nature of the ethnographic approach, where the question of legitimacy and documentation are inextricably tied' – @sleekmag - Our group show with Commonwealth and Council is on display until August 3rd, featuring artworks by @itsgala, among others. Read the most recent review of the show now on sleekmag.com
Not a Single Issue/No hay cuestión única (2017) by Carolina Caycedo (@lacaycedo) - Visit us all summer long for our group show organized in collaboration with @commonwealthandcouncil, on view until August 3rd.
Many thanks to @frieze_magazine for their wonderful feature on @sukiskang. "Kang’s jeong, thrum with music – linking the artist’s favourite formal device to intimate parts of her own body and personal history. There is a utopian aspect to this form, which delineates personal space while allowing dancers and musicians to perform in unison. In jeongganbo, Kang seems to say, we might find a way to preserve our individuality and work better together." - Head over to frieze.com now to read about the artist's practice just in time for her activations this weekend at the @liverpoolbiennial. - Photo: By Constanse Mensh, courtesy of the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Philadelphia.
Thank you to everyone who came out last night to celebrate the opening of our group show with @commonwealthandcouncil! The exhibition is officially open to the public and runs until August 3rd.
Our summer group show with @commonwealthandcouncil opens this Thursday, June 28th, between 6 – 8 PM. The exhibition brings together 23 artworks by 11 Los Angeles-based artists, including Gala Porras-Kim's ‘For Learning Zapotec Verbs’ (photographed).
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to present a summer group exhibition organized in collaboration with Los Angeles-based gallery @commonwealthandcouncil . On view June 28–August 3, 2018, the exhibition showcases works by Carolina Caycedo, Beatriz Cortez, Rafa Esparza, Patricia Fernández, EJ Hill, Alice Könitz, Kang Seung Lee, Jennifer Moon, Gala Porras-Kim, Jen Smith and Clarissa Tossin – 11 artists working in LA, who celebrate their manifold identities and experiences through the shared dialogue of art. - Opening Reception: Thursday, 28 June 2018 | 6 – 8 PM - Photo: Beatriz Cortez and Rafa Esparza, 'Portal' (2018), adobe, ceiba tree, 18 x 31 x 41 inches. Image courtesy of Commonwealth & Council and the artists
Today is the last day to see Ha Chong-Hyun's solo exhibition 'Conjunction'. Visit us this afternoon for a final look at works from one of Dansaekhwa's leading members. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Photo: 'Conjunction 16-321' (2016), oil on hemp cloth, 63.86 x 51.3 inches (162 x 130 cm)
Celebrated for his works on hanji (Korean paper), Kwon Young-Woo often ripped and punctured the material, giving each painting a tactile presence. On view at @artbasel, see works by Kwon Young-Woo and many more at our joint booth with @kukjegallery. – Hall 2, Booth D9
Art Basel opens to the public tomorrow! View available works by Kim Yong-Ik, Park Seo-Bo, Wook-Kyung Choi and more at our our joint booth with Kukje Gallery. Hall 2, Booth D9.
Now in its last few days, stop by our gallery for a final look at 'Conjunction' by Ha Chong-Hyun. The solo exhibition comes to a close this Saturday, June 16th.