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in between foraging sites, first raindrops and the BIg .50, 2012 Hand Crafted Black Glass Bison Figurines Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the artist & Tyler Rollins Fine Art

529 West 20 Street, 10W
New York, NY 10011
September 6th, 2012 - October 27th, 2012
Opening: September 6th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

212 229 9100
Tue-Sat 10-6
works on paper, installation, video-art, sculpture


We are pleased to welcome back Tiffany Chung for her third solo exhibition at Tyler Rollins Fine Art. Chung is one of the most prominent and internationally active artists based in Vietnam. She is participating in an impressive array of exhibitions this year, including: Six Lines of Flight at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (September 15 – December 31, 2012); The Map as Art at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri (September 14, 2012 – April 21, 2013); There Can Be No Better World, Museum of Contemporary Art & Design at De La Salle College of Saint Benilde, Manila, Philippines (through August 18, 2012); Facing West/Looking East, Oceanside Museum of Art, Oceanside, California (August 12, 2012 – January 13, 2013); Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane, Australia (December 8, 2012 – April 14, 2013); and the Kuandu Biennale, Taiwan.

Chung’s upcoming exhibition at Tyler Rollins Fine Art, TOMORROW ISN’T HERE, is part of a new series of multimedia works called The Galápagos Project, which derives from her research on various processes of transformation in towns and cities in several post-industrial countries. The series explores deindustrialization, demographic changes, global economic crises, natural disasters, extreme climate impact and human destruction. The exhibition references the Great Plains and Dust Bowl of the 1930s to epitomize the decline of an extensive flatland region due to natural disaster and human destruction. With the misuse of land, inappropriate agricultural practices, and extreme climate impact, the severe dust storms of the 1930s destroyed 25 million hectares of land and caused hundreds of thousands of people in the Great Plains to migrate West during the Great Depression. TOMORROW ISN’T HERE comprises a series of embroidered climate charts, works on paper, a sculptural installation, and video works. In addition to her many projects this year, Chung has participated in numerous museum exhibitions and biennials around the world, including: the Singapore Biennale (2011); Roving Eye, Sorlandets Kunstmuseum, Norway (2011); Fukagawa Shokudo (Fukagawa Dining Room), Tokyo, Japan (2011); Atopia: Art and City in the 21st Century, Centre de Cultura Conteporània de Barcelona, Spain (2010); The River Project, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Australia (2010); the Incheon International Women Artists’ Biennale, Korea (2009); transPOP: Korea Vietnam Remix, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, USA (2008) and the Arko Museum, Seoul, Korea (2007); Strategies from Within, KE Center for Contemporary Arts, Shanghai, China; and the Fukuoka Triennale, Japan (2005).