Byeong Sam Jeon’s Dialogueye II (2013)
Byeong Sam Jeon (전병삼) is giving an artist talk at SAIC this afternoon. Based on a visit to his website, I was intrigued by Wind From West (2014) and Dialogueye II (2013).
“Don’t be that dude: Handy tips for the male academic” by Tenure, She Wrote.
Should this be NSFW? Calling on Jenny Saville, Egon Schiele, and Lucian Freud!
10 female artists from Nepal via Art Radar.
Sung Hwan Kim (김성혼) at Art Sonje Center (아트선제센터) from 30 August to 30 November via e-flux. According to e-flux, “The title of the exhibition, Life of Always a Mirror, is a play on words in Korean on a Korean elementary school textbook’s title, Joyful Life. This method of education merges music, art, and physical education into a single subject as a didactic gesture in public education that teaches the youth not only knowledge but also the way they should lead a joyful life.”
Along with a salute to my former city, I should share that I plan to attend an event with Jung Rae Bae at the Asian Art Museum here in San Francisco.
Posted: August 25th, 2014 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Sunday Morning Coffee | Tags: Art Radar, Art Radar Asia, Art Sonje Center, Asian Art Museum, Chicago, Egon Schiele, Jenny Saville, Jung Rae Bae, Lucian Freud, Nepal, SAIC, San Francisco, Sung Hwan Kim, 김성혼, 아트선제센터 | Comments Off on Sunday Morning Coffee
From my Instagram taken outside of the restroom at Alternative Space Loop in Seoul
“Pink Writing: P.R.C.-Based Publishing in English on Queer and Pot-Queer Issues” in Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific (Issue 33, December 2013) by Maud Lavin
“Big Flesh, Big Emotions: Jenny Saville’s Paintings And Melissa McCarthy’s Comedy” in The Last Women’s Magazine by Maud Lavin
“The Politics of Identity for Korean Women Artists Living in Britain” in Third Text: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture by Beccy Kennedy
“Bargaining with Patriarchy” in Gender and Society (Sept. 1988) pp. 274-290 by Deniz Kandiyoti
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey
Posted: January 22nd, 2014 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Body, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: ALT Space Loop, Alternative Space Loop, Americanah, Beccy Kennedy, Britain, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Daily Rituals: How Artists Work, Deniz Kandiyoti, Gallery Loop, Gender and Society, Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, Jenny Saville, Korean, Mason Currey, Maud Lavin, Melissa McCarthy, P.R.C., patriarchy, pink, queer, reading, Seoul, The Last Women's Magazine, Women | Comments Off on Current Reading List