Join Curator Michelle Yun Mapplethorpe and Art Historian Midori Yamamura for a discussion moderated by Lisa Kim of the Ford Foundation on how Asian artists made alliances and created networks of exchange in order to come to the United States and make sustainable studio practices in New York in the 1960s.
Coinciding with Tina Kim Gallery’s historical presentation at The Art Show of Minoru Niizuma and Kim Tschang-Yeul, the conversation will shed light on how artists like Niizuma and Kim acted as bridges for the artist communities of their native countries. The conversation will touch on the relevance of methodology, omissions in the Western art historical canon, diplomacy, and institutional engagement.
When? Thursday, November 2 at 4:00pm ET Where? Colonel's Room, Park Avenue Armory Interested in attending this panel? Confirm your information below to RSVP.*
*RSVPing to this panel does not give you access to The Art Show presentations; you must purchase a ticket here. Seating is first come, first served.