1. Michael Joo: 'Barrier Island'

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    Michael Joo, research documentation of tabby ruins, Sapelo Island, Georgia, detail. Courtesy of the artist.  The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Barrier Island," an exhibition of new artwork by renowned artist Michael Joo. Specifically conceived for the SCAD Museum of Art, the exhibition is inspired by the location, natural resources and anthropology of coastal Georgia. The artist explores the residual effects...
  2. Perspectives: Michael Joo at the Sackler Gallery

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    An installation by Korean American artist Michael Joo (b. 1966, Ithaca, N.Y.) will be exhibited in the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Pavilion this year as part of the museum’s “Perspectives” contemporary art series. “Perspectives: Michael Joo,” on view July 2, 2016–July 9, 2017, will explore the migration patterns of Korean red-crowned cranes. The monumental installation consists of a canvas—nearly...
  3. Michael Joo: Radiohalo

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    Press release:Blain|Southern announces Radiohalo, a major solo exhibition of new artworks by acclaimed New York-based artist Michael Joo. A conceptual artist who works across a variety of media, Joo is interested in themes of energy, nature, technology, history and perception, which he explores through narratives of places, people and objects. His non-linear, almost cyclical approach results in work that is...
  4. ‘Brilliant Ideas’: Artist Michael Joo on Bloomberg TV

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    Hyundai Motor and global media group Bloomberg launch a collaborative project ‘Brilliant Ideas’. With a passion for art, Hyundai and Bloomberg have been a strong supporter for arts. ‘Brilliant Ideas’ will realise a new vision to profile major art personalities to deliver exciting insight. Through Bloomberg TV and digital, you can experience artists' spirit, perspectives on art, and processes of...
  5. Michael Joo and Chris Burden at the Whitney Museum of American Art

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    Michael Joo and Chris Burden are both showing in ‘America is Hard to See’, the inaugural exhibition at the new Whitney Museum of American Art. This exhibition re-examines the history of art in the United States from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present. Comprising more than six hundred works, the exhibition elaborates the themes, ideas, beliefs, and...
  6. Michael Joo exhibits 'Suture' at The Bronx Museum of Arts, New York

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    The geological Ordovician suture fault known as the Cameron Line has been one of the main influences behind Michael Joo's newest body of work 'Suture'. Joo interprets the work as a meditation on the transformation, perspectives, and environments that are unique to the Bronx. The exhibition embodies Joo's ongoing concern for space and environment and our desire to work with...
  7. 17th July The Space Where I Am

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    17 July 2014 – 27 September 2014Blain|Southern The Space Where I Am is a group show exploring ideas of the void and emptiness from the 1960s to the present day. The exhibition’s title is taken from philosopher Gaston Bachelard’s book The Poetics of Space (1958), which describes the lived experience of space and where he contended “it is better to live in a state...
  8. On the Blue Shore of Silence

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    Fitzroy GalleryJune 26 - September 3, 2014Fitzroy Gallery and Tracy Williams, Ltd. present On the Blue Shore of Silence, a benefit for Parley for the Oceans in support of their initiative, The Vortex Project. Titled after the poem by Pablo Neruda, this exhibition delves into the open sea. Featuring work by over 50 artists, the show consists of sculpture, photography, painting...
  9. Bloodflames Revisited

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    Paul Kasmin GalleryJune 26 – August 15, 2014The show will be curated by Phong Bui who will present a contemporary response to the seminal exhibition, Bloodflames; “We were all interested in building a field of vision in which the relationship between the works of art and the spectators is integrated with greater amplification,” explains Bui. Artists include Lynda Benglis, John...
  10. Glasstress - White Light/White Heat, Contemporary artists and glass

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    Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition – LaBiennale di VeneziaGlasstress: White Light / White Heat will open at the preview of the Venice Biennale on 31st May at the Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti on the Grand Canal and at the Berengo Centre for Contemporary Art and Glass accompanied by dynamic performances from Alice Anderson and Cai Guo Qiang.The show...
  11. Michael Joo’s Distilled series at Other Criteria Hinde Street

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    Take a look at the latest rehang at our Hinde street store! Highlights include Eduardo Sarabia’s hand painted ceramic vases and Michael Joo’s 20 Distilled photographs. Together, 18 With a Bullet (16) and 18 With a Bullet (4) by Eduardo Sarabia make up our new window display. Both vases are from an edition of 18 unique multiples. Fusing imagery of illegal...
  12. Freedom Not Genius: Works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme collection

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    10 November 2012 – 10 March 2013“Collecting is like stuff washed up on a beach somewhere and that somewhere is you. Then when you die, it all gets washed away again,” Damien Hirst.The Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli will be presenting selected works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme collection. Continuing to explore the theme of collecting, Freedom not Genius, curated by...
  13. Michael Joo: Exit from the House of Being

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    25 April 2012 – 30 June 2012Blain Southern, London Dering StreetMichael Joo Man Made Monstrous (Eikasia) 2012 Water based enamel paint on cast polyurethane resin 71.1 x 68.6 x 62.2 cm / (28 x 27 x 24.5 in) For his inaugural exhibition with Blain|Southern, Exit from the House of Being, Michael Joo has created a series of new sculptural works...
  14. Interrogated/Deflected by Michael Joo

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    We've been showing this exciting new Michael Joo sculpture titled Interrogated/Deflected in our stand at The Armory Show 2011.For more information on this work email us on info@othercriteria.com.Below, Michael Joo has given us a bit of background to the work and what it means to him:"Interrogated/Deflected is a perfect miniaturized version of a much larger original sculpture that I made...
  15. INSTALLATION IMAGES: Damien Hirst and Michael Joo

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    The official installation images of Damien Hirst and Michael Joo's current exhibtion, 'Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?' at Berlin's Haunch of Venison have just come in.All photos are ©Damien Hirst/Hirst Holdings Limited and Michael Joo 2010 Photographers credit: Photographed by Peter Mallet
  16. Damien Hirst and Michael Joo

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    Damien Hirst and Michael Joo Photo By Johnny Shand KyddDamien Hirst and Michael Joo speak to WWD Lifestyle about their new dual exhibition, Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?, at Berlin's Haunch of Venison. Read it here and keep an eye on the blog for more press coverage - and official installation shots - of the show.
  17. EXHIBITION IMAGES: Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?

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    Here are some images from our first peek around Haunch of Venison's Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun? This huge-scale exhibition in Berlin includes sculptures, paintings and installations from Damien Hirst and Micheal Joo.For more information on the exhibition, view our previous blog entry or visit the Haunch of Venison website.Michael Joo Doppelganger (Pink Rocinante) 2009 Cast Bronze...
  18. Damien Hirst & Michael Joo

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    As a reminder, Haunch of Venison Berlin opens 'Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?', a joint exhibition by Michael Joo and Damien Hirst from this Saturday until August 2010.'Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?' is a unique collaboration between the two artists, who met in Cologne in 1991 and have remained close friends since that time...
  19. Michael Joo at Galleria Marabini

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    Michael Joo is currently presenting his first Italian retrospective at Galleria Marabini, Bologna.The show features fifteen works of diverse medium, including canvas-mounted hand-built plastic relief, sculpture and print. The works include Improved Rack, a deer antler that has been sectioned off and recomposed that suggests potential growth; Consumptive (selbst-bildnis for DH) a sculptural work in which an Italian sausage is...
  20. Michael Joo opens at Anton Kern

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    Michael Joo opened at Anton Kern Gallery, New York late last week. Posted are a few images sent by the gallery of their guests and the installations.Anton Kern Gallery 532 West 20th St. New York NY 10011Thursday 22 October - Saturday 5 DecemberAll images are Copyright Michael Joo and Courtesy Anton Kern 2009Anemone, 2009, Bronze, patina and enamel paint, steel...

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