ARARIO GALLERY NEWS BLOG

Opening Reception: Hyung Koo Kang

Posted in Arario New York, Hyung Koo Kang by arariogallery on April 30, 2009
Hyung Koo Kang in front of "Michelangelo," 2008. Oil on canvas, 310 x 194 cm.

Hyung Koo Kang in front of his painting "Michelangelo," 2008. Oil on canvas, 310 x 194 cm.

Arario Gallery New York is currently closed for installation. Join us on Thursday, May 7 (6-8pm) to celebrate the opening of Hyung Koo Kang’s first solo exhibition in the United States. The artist will be in attendance.

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A Retrospective in Taiwan

Posted in Arario Elsewhere, Fang Lijun by arariogallery on April 28, 2009
Fang Lijun

Fang Lijun

Endlessness of Life, a retrospective exhibition that spans 25 years of Fang Lijun’s career, is on view at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum through July 5, 2009. Curated by Hu Yung-fen, the exhibition includes objects on loan from major European, American and Asian museums, as well as foundations and private collections. Read more about the exhibition in Taiwan News.

Skeletons at Haunch of Venison

Posted in Arario Gallery, Hyungkoo Lee by arariogallery on April 24, 2009
Hyungkoo Lee, left: "Lutea Animatus," 155 x 15 x 21 cm; right: Felis Animatis," 130 x 73 x 50 cm, 2009. Resin, aluminum, sticks, stainless steelwires, springs, oil paint.

"Lutea Animatus," 155 x 15 x 21 cm (left); "Felis Animatis," 130 x 73 x 50 cm (right), 2009. Resin, aluminum, sticks, stainless steelwires, springs, oil paint.

There’s just one day left to catch the blockbuster exhibition Mythologies at Haunch of Venison in London. Hyungkoo Lee’s cartoon character skeletons are included in this display of works by over 40 artists. Read the Art We Love review.

Shine Kong in Cheonan

Posted in Arario Cheonan, Shine Kong by arariogallery on April 23, 2009
"Between," 2004-2005. Oil on canvas, acrylic on wood, 102 x 76 x 4 cm

"Between," 2004-2005. Oil on canvas, acrylic on wood, 102 x 76 x 4 cm

Design Boom highlights the work of Korean artist Shine Kong. His exhibition, Adagio for Springs, is on view at Arario Cheonan through June 7.

Artforum Critic’s Pick: Tallur L.N.

Posted in Arario Elsewhere, Tallur L.N. by arariogallery on April 23, 2009
"Export Design," 2008. Surgical bed, silicon, hair, Carin, 48 x 84 x 104 in.

"Export Design," 2008. Surgical bed, silicon, hair, Carin, 48 x 84 x 104 in.

Read a short review of Tallur L.N.’s exhibition Placebo at Artforum.com.

A Postcard from Mumbai

Posted in Arario Elsewhere, Nalini Malani by arariogallery on April 22, 2009
Nalini Malani with her triptych “Appeasing Radha”, 2006. Acrylic and enamel reverse painting on acrylic sheet, 72 7/8 x 144 1/8 inches. Photo: Rafeeq Elias.

Nalini Malani with her triptych “Appeasing Radha”, 2006. Acrylic and enamel reverse painting on acrylic sheet, 72 7/8 x 144 1/8 inches. Photo: Rafeeq Elias.

A postcard created by Nalini Malani will be auctioned off in May at a benefit for the Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans. The sale, curated by Dan Cameron, features 200 5×7 postcard-sized artworks by 200 internationally-acclaimed artists. Read more about the event here.

We Know How to Party

Posted in Arario Gallery by arariogallery on April 21, 2009

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 Arario New York hosted the spring benefit for the Network of Korean American Leaders (NetKAL). See pictures from this evening of games, drinks, music and more here.

NEW NEWS

Posted in Arario Gallery by arariogallery on April 2, 2009

 

  •  Arario is on YouTube, courtesy of C-Monster.
  •  Sui Jianguo’s red T-Rex looms in Chicago’s Millennium Park. His Mao jacket made the BBC’s Day in Pictures.
  • Wang Guangyi gets a mention in The Christian Science Monitor.
  • Liu Jianhua’s collection of porcelain figurines stops a reviewer in her tracks.
  • Arario Cheonan bloggers have posted pictures of Ci Kim’s exhibition, To Make a Rainbow.
  • The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will display a piece by Subodh Gupta in their new gallery for Indian art.