“Luminous Words” by Airan Kang at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Posted by The G on March 5, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G. Art by Airan Kang.

Airan Kang - Luminous Words

Airan Kang – Luminous Words

If you are in New York, you should head over to the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery to check out the latest exhibition from Korean artist Airan Kang.  “Luminous Words” features paintings mixed with LED displays and it’s a visual treat.

Closeup of the neon bookshelf.

Closeup of the neon bookshelf.

 

Airan Kang

Airan Kang

These stacks of books (which are very large in person) are hand painted and where you see white spines in the photos (above and below) are where an LED projection scrolls across giving the viewer a chance to further contemplate the subject mater of these books.

Airan Kang

Airan Kang

“Luminous Words” by Airan Kang is showing at Bryce Wolkowitz (located at 505 West 24th Street) in Manhattan through April 6, 2013.  Don’t miss it!

“Conjuring Constellations” by Noh, Sang-Kyoon

Posted by The G on May 12, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G. Art by Noh, Sang-Kyoon.

"Conjuring Constellations" by Noh, Sang-Kyoon. Now showing at Bryce Wolkowitz in New York through June 4, 2011.

Korean artist Noh, Sang-Kyoon has a really cool exhibit on display at Bryce Wolkowitz in New York.  Entitled “Conjuring Constellations,” the artist has threaded all of his works with sequins!  Each work of art is really large and when you visit the gallery, you’ll be very impressed with the painstaking detail the artist has gone through to create these beautiful works.

I attended the opening night reception and I had the opportunity to talk to Noh, Sang-Kyoon to express my love of his work.  You can see a photo of that moment after the jump.

“Conjuring Constellations” by Noh, Sang-Kyoon is showing at Bryce Wolkowitz (located at 505 West 24th Street)  in New York until June 4, 2011.

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G Meets Artist Jose Parla

Posted by The G on June 4, 2010 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photo taken with my hand.

Jose Parla and G

Jose Parla is an amazing artist whose works have been exhibited all over the world.  At the “The New Grand Tour” exhibit at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York, Parla’s wonderful art is prominently featured.  His intricate and calligraphic artwork is extremely cool (as you will see below).  He was extremely nice when I met him and I am thankful to him for his great art and for the photo op.  The New Grand Tour at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery runs through July 17, 2010 and is located at 505 West 24th Street in New York.  Thanks again Jose!

G Meets Artist Suitman

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Photo taken with my hand.

Suitman aka Young Kim and G

On June 3, 2010 at the opening reception for “The New Grand Tour” at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York, I met one of the featured artists, Suitman aka Young Kim.  Born in Seoul, Korea, Young Kim adopted the “Suitman” persona as he began to feel alienated living in America with an Asian face and similarly, moving back to Asia with an American identity.  His photography deals with these subjects and in our own unique ways, I think we can all relate to this alienation.  When I met Suitman, he was super cool and not unsurprisingly, he donned his trademark suit to the opening.  Check out his photo gallery to see Suitman in his travels all over the world wearing his trusty suit.  Thanks again Suitman!

Suitman!

The New Grand Tour is on display until July 17, 2010 at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery located at 505 West 24th Street in New York.

Jim Campbell – Exploded View

Posted by The G on May 21, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Jim Campbell.

Jim Campbell - Exploded View now at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in NYC thru May 22, 2010.

If you are in the New York area, I recommend checking out Jim Campbell’s exhibition Exploded View which runs through May 22, 2010 at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery.  The American artist has used over 1000 LED screens in this exhibit to form “an exploded view” of the images he depicts.  In addition to being a feast for the senses, the visual presentation of these works is stunning.  As you enjoy the exhibit, you will be scratching your head asking “how in the world did he do that?!”  Time is running short, so go see Exploded View today!

Exploded View by Jim Campbell.

The Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is located at 504 West 24th Street in New York.

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