New York Times, Time Magazine, & Westword on “Through Soviet Jewish Eyes,” now on view in New York City
Emmanuel Evzerikhin (1911-1984); Stand Until The End, 1944 (detail); gelatin silver print; 15 ½ x 11 ½ inches; Gift of Teresa and Paul Harbaugh, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado Boulder, 2010.13.21; Photo: CU Art Museum; © Emmanuel Evzerikhin / PhotoSoyuz
Michael Theodore, Swarm Wall, 2012 (detail); site specific installation, pvc, sensors, motors; 12.5 x 42 feet. Image courtesy of the artist © Michael Theodore
Check out the artdaily.org article on Michael Theodore’s solo exhibition Field Theory at the CU Art Museum.
On view thru July 14, 2012, Field Theory is part one in the series ART/TEKNE, a three part series planned for the summers of 2012-2014.
Sun K. Kwak (b. 1965, lives and works in New York City), Untying Space_ CU Art Museum, 2012, site-specific wall installation with masking tape, vinyl, and paint, dimensions variable, Photo: Jeff Wells, © Sun K. Kwak
The Boulder Weekly’s new article on CU Art Museum’s exhibition “Keeping It Real” explores the artists’ exploration of perception and reality.
Kiwoun Shin (b. 1977, lives and works in London), Approach The Truth – Astro Boy, 2006 (video still), full-HD video on LED TV monitor, 2:12 min., Courtesy of the artist, © Kiwoun Shin
This article in the Denver Post explores CU Art Museum’s new exhibition Keeping It Real: Korean Artists in the Age of Multi-Media Representation. This exhibition is on view through May 12, 2012 and features works by Kyung Woo Han, Young-ho Ji, Yeondoo Jung, Shin-il Kim, Sun K. Kwak, Hyungkoo Lee, Jaye Rhee, & Kiwoun Shin.