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Exhibition Detail
Open Kitchen
Curated by: Nunu Hung
149 West 24th street 6FL
New York , NY 10011


April 24th, 2010 - June 18th, 2010
Opening: 
April 24th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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In “Food: A History”, historian Felipe Fernandez-Armesto wrote “I eat therefore I am. People recognize the whole world through the dinner table, the food on the plate reveals the secret of human history.  Food stories not only relate to culinary subjects but also connect to the culture.” Artists develop self consciousness, and expand their observation of the environment during art production. In the exhibition “Open Kitchen”, artists have chosen food and diet as the art subjects to create a common language between different races, as well as the personal link between individuals.  “Open Kitchen” welcomes the viewer to share artists’ stories, and the opportunity through food to experience a multicultural view of the world. Fifteen artists from Asian, American, and Latin American backgrounds, present their experience of food and world cuisine.

 

<Open Kitchen> Exhibition will include the drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, video, mix-media, photography and performance from Meredith Allen, SungHo Choi, Yi-Chang Chen, Brad Darcy, Colette Fu, Hyoungsun Ha, Rex Hausmann, Tamara Kostianovsky, Ho-Jang Liu, I-Hua Lee,  Elaine Tin Nyo, Trong G.Nguyen, Morgan O'Hara, Michael Pribich and Kai-Yuan Tszen.

 

"Open Kitchen" is curated by NuNu Hung.

Da Gallery is supported by the Korean American Association (KAAGNY). Our mission is to bring the most innovative, exciting and creative emerging art to the Asian and Non-Asian community of NYC with the hopes of further bridging the Eastern and Western artistic scenes.


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