Year in Review

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Top highlights of 2012: receiving my MA in Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) which involved both a symposium and an art exhibition, starting my teaching job at SAIC, presenting at the (In)Appropriated Bodies conference at Cornell University, starting to write for Sixty Inches From Center, and being invited to present at the International Conference of Asia Scholars in Macau (June 2013).

Below are the top read blog posts from 2012:

1. Master of Arts Visual and Critical Studies Symposium 

2. NYC, April 10, Part I [Sandra Dukic and Boris Glamocanin]

3. Red Gate Reunion Series 2012: Crystal Ruth Bell

4. Landscapes from Pyongyang at Galerie Son in Berlin

5. Just Humans: An interview with Angelica Dass, creator of Humanae  

6. Red Gate Reunion Series 2012: Britt Salt

7. Felix Gonzales-Torres at Samsung Museum in Seoul via ArtDaily

8. Batman, Jaws, and Other Such Characters

9. Red Gate Reunion Series: Jon Hewitt 

10. Sunday Morning Coffee (Quicky)

Thanks for reading! I hope that your 2013 is getting off to a grand start!

NYC Museum & Gallery Round Up June 2012

Chad at Brooklyn Museum‘s exhibition Keith Haring: 1978-1982

While in New York City we spent one long afternoon visiting museums and galleries. Below I will list the highlights and will revisit some of the exhibitions at a later date.

1. Brooklyn Museum, Keith Haring: 1978-1982

2. Doosan Gallery, Thread work by Siyeon Kim

3. Tina Kim Gallery, The Other I work by Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh

4. CUE Arts Foundation

5. Praxis International Art, New Species New Eden work by Andrew Juan

6. Asian Art Piers, Fables and Theatreality work by Mu Lei and Zheng Hongxiang

I also would like to add an exhibition I did not have a chance to blog about in April. HEREart, Steps by Kyoung eun Kang.