“WHAT THE HECK IS IT?
The Visual Communications’ Food Porn Lab is a FREE three-part feast for the senses that combines education with competitive fun. One-part educational photography tutorial and food styling workshop, one-part photo competition, and one-part community potluck, this event is going to give the foodie in you multiple foodgasms. Seriously.”
“PYO GALLERY, LA, in conjunction with the Korean Cultural Center are pleased to announce a joint exhibition of photographs by two of Koreas leading stage photographers; Eun Joo Lee and Shinae Choi. Eun Joo Lee will exhibit a series of limited edition images of the influential video artist Nam June Paik and Shinae Choi will present the world-renowned ballerina, Sue Jin Kang. For decades Eun Joo Lee has captured the most respected performances in Korea and had the privilege of being the only photographer invited by Nam June Paik to document his final exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum. Nam June Paik was the first visual artist to fuse TV sets, music and noise with traditional art forms. His importance in this genre is global and is often dubbed the grandfather of video art. Lee traveled between Seoul and New York for fifteen years to photograph Paiks portrait and developed a life long friendship. While the focus of this exhibit is about the reflective celebrity portraits, there is also an intriguing narrative of the two successful photographers being exhibited. They are mother and daughter. This presentation commemorates the 5th anniversary of Paiks passing and has travelled to Seoul, Tokyo, and New York before coming to Los Angeles.”
- WHERE: Pyo Gallery
1100 S Hope street Suite 105, Los Angeles, CA 90015
- WHEN: Opening reception – Saturday, 6/25/11, 5-8pm
Saturday, 6/25/11 – Saturday, 7/23/11
Gallery open Tues-Sat, 10am-6pm
- HOW MUCH: FREE
- MORE INFO: http://www.pyogalleryla.com/
Posted in Art, Exhibits, Free, Museum, Photography
Tagged Eun Joo Lee, korean, los angeles, Nam June Paik, photography, Shinae Choi, Sue Jin Kang, video art
“Please come join us at the opening reception of our first official FORMOSArt Exhibition – The People of Today, the Memories of Tomorrow. There’ll
be food, live music performances, and a live Chinese calligraphy brush
painting demonstration on a giant piece of canvas by one of our artist,
Enya Tseng, you do not want to miss it!
What’s in the Exhibition: We’ve assembled a group of Taiwanese American artists and creative professionals, each specializing in different genres of art, including photography, oil painting, Chinese brush calligraphy & painting, motion & graphics design.
A portion of the exhibition is dedicated to illustrating the different facets of Taiwan, or aka Formosa, and its rich cultural history and beauty.
And of course, the center piece of our exhibition: Taiwan Photo Collage, pieced together by photos which you have submitted along side with many other friends and members from around the community. So if you have contributed photo, you do not want to miss seeing it in person. The Cause:
A selection of artwork in the exhibition will be made available for a silent auction. The proceeds from the artwork sold will go to The Foundation of Disabled Youth (www.ffdy.org), an organization that helps and serves the needs of families with disabled youth in the Asian community.”
Posted in Art, Culture, Exhibits, Fundraiser, Museum, Music, Photography, Workshops
Tagged arts and crafts, exhibition, formosa, photography, taiwanese
“Artist and photographer Luther Gerlach leads a live demonstration of the early photographic process as seen in the current exhibition Through the Colonial Lens. He will share his collection of large format cameras and develop a wet plate image in the courtyard.”
“Today there are more than 2.5 million Filipino Americans in the U.S. Yet many, including Filipinos themselves, aren’t familiar with the details of their history in America: their experiences, rich traditions, and culture. Singgalot is their story.”
Word up to that. Educate yo’selves on yo’ history, my fellow Asian Americans! This exhibit is only in the SF Public Library until this Sunday, so SEE IT NOW! Sorry about the late notice–I only just found out about it today!
- WHERE: San Francisco Public Library, Main Library, Jewett Gallery
- WHEN: ongoing until 10/24/10
- MORE INFO: SF public library or Smithsonian
Related event: Buffalo Soldiers and the Philippine American War, Buffalo Soldiers and Jazz in the Philippines
“Featured panelists: Author Vangie Buell, descendant of a Buffalo Soldier and a speaker with the Filipino American National Historical Society and Abe Ignacio, co-author of Forbidden Book: The Philippine American War in Political Cartoons.”
Complete with Filipino American musicians Little Brown Brother with Anna Maria Flechero.
Saturday Oct. 23, 12-4 p.m., Koret Auditorium, Main Library
Related exhibits, from now until 10/31/10:
- Filipinos in San Francisco: images from the upcoming Arcadia book, Filipinos in San Francisco.
- Black and Brown Images: political cartoons depicting how the U.S. public viewed African Americans and Filipinos during the Philippine American War