This body of work depicts the architecture and natural wonders in and around Death Valley, Panamint Valley and Amargosa Valley, California. At once beautiful and foreboding, the desolate and mysterious landscape, dotted by mining structures and architectural ruins, suggest a beauty whose extreme nature has pushed humanity back beyond its borders. The desert that once supported towns filled with miners in search of borax, salt and gold, is left only with visitors exploring and re-exploring this vast landscape.
April 21st - August 18th, 2005
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 21st, 6 - 9pm
Won Ju Lim
Yun Hee Min
Koh Byoung Ok
3727 W. 6th Street, Ste. 400. Los Angeles, CA 90020
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri 11 am - 6 pm / Sat 11 am - 3 pm
The current work consists of architecture in and around the Randstad. The Ranstad refers to a ring of the four biggest cities in the Netherlands; Rotterdam, Amsterdam, The Hague, and Utrecht. The architectural landscape of Rotterdam is reminiscent of the Southern California landscape that has been the subject of my earlier paintings.
Group exhibition including:
Oliver Boberg, Carlos Garacoia, Ewan Gibbs,
Doug Hall, Matthias Hoch, Candida H?fer,
Damien Smith, Jessica Snow, Andre Yi
July 22 - August 21, 2004
RENA BRANSTEN GALLERY
77 Geary Street (between Kearny and Grant Streets)
San Francisco, CA 94108
Tuesday through Friday: 10:30am to 5:30pm
Saturday: 11:00am to 5:00pm
Jason Adkins, Heather Brown, Timothy Ernst, Margaret Griffith, Dion Johnson, Keith Lord,
Donnie Molls, Stas Orlovski, Paul Paiement, Pam Posey, Lucas Reiner, Greg Rose, Jessica Snow, Marion Wesson, Andre Yi
CARL BERG GALLERY
6018 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
July 10 - July 31, 2004
Reception: Saturday, July 10, 6-9pm
Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat, 11am - 6pm
In his first solo show Andre Yi focuses his attention on a Los Angeles that is well known to it’s residents, but features none of the iconic images that have become the myth of the Hollywood dream. The Los Angeles that Yi sees shows its charms through the small gesture of a vintage pastrami stand or the architecture of a middle class home in one of LA’s culturally and geographically diverse neighborhoods.
The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles is pleased to host Fractals , an exhibition of 11 artists working in a variety of media. The show? will investigate the range of approaches to the concept of fractals.
Ewerdt Hilgemann, Kristi Kent, Jeremy Kidd, Matthew May, Erik Odijk, Paul Paiement, Yong Sin, Keith Sklar, Tam Van Tran, Andre Yi, Connie Zehr