Chong Gon Byun

A LAYER OF THE #1L

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SOLO SHOW september 17 – november 6 Acclaimed Korean-born mixed media artist Chong Gon Byun gives found and discarded objects new meaning by using them to create sculptures and assemblages that explore the clash between post-industrial civilization and the present consumerist culture. In this installation, the walls of the combined residence and studio are lined with shelves […]

BYUN, OBJET TROUVE

BYUN, OBJET TROUVE {0}

A FILM by MARIE LOSIER september 17 – november 6 The installation will be complemented by the commissioned short film Byun, Objet Trouvé by New York-based French director Marie Losier. In this latest installment in her ongoing series of acclaimed film portraits of contemporary directors, musicians, and artists, Losier offers an insightful and whimsical view […]

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KIYA KIM artist & curator Through my paintings, I speak out with my soul. While I am painting, I feel as free I possibly can feel. Things that I make in mixed media are often playful. They also show my curiosity about the world around me. Perfection is nothingness. Then I go on to just […]

IF YOU SEE NOTHING SAY SOMETHING

IF YOU SEE NOTHING SAY SOMETHING {2}

LAST DAY SUNDAY JULY 25th @ 7PM The Invisible Dog Art Center presents the first curatorial program PLUS ONE curated by artist Kiya Kim (Korean, b. 1977), which features  artists Adam Parker Smith, Young Paik, Chong Gon Byun, Carolyn Salas, Eun Jung Hwang, Woolga Choi, Hong Seon Jang, Hee Jung Cho, Jason Peters, Julie Evanoff,  […]

THE ANT/DONORS

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We would like to thank our generous supporters: Corporate Supporters Guillaume Paturel – By-encore (NY) Chez Joce(F) Otherpress (NY) with the generous support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy & Association Les Amis de Robert Desnos Donors Floanne Ankah, Anne Mourier Attal, Stéphanie Arpage & Guillaume Paturel, Sabine Aslan, Corinne Bal, Philippe Barreaud, […]

THE ANT

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  LAST WEEK! The Invisible Dog proudly presents The Ant in the main exhibition hall. Artist Xavier Roux was inspired to create the sixty-foot long sculpture by the poem written by Surrealist Robert Desnos in 1942. This touching piece consists of a giant ant symbolizing the trains transporting Jews and other nazi victims to concentration […]