Andrew Bae Gallery is pleased to present Tetsuya Noda's retrospective solo exhibition “Diary of 50 Years”, from September 9 through October 15, 2016, with an opening reception to the public on Friday, September 9 from 5pm to 8pm. The artist and his wife Dorit will be present at the opening.
“At A Distance #”3 is the third annual iteration of this project, and the first to take place in Chicago. This exhibition continues the exploration of the boundaries and grey areas which might exist between artist/curator and technician/collaborator.
Jinn Bronwen Lee lives and works in Chicago. In her new series of works, Lee thinks through elliptical and ovoid paintings, which focuses on various modes of blindness and tension between duration and location, between a kind of time which always eludes one’s grasp and a kind of space with no actual place.
Lunar New Year – Lunar New Year, which is the beginning of the year, is the national holiday of Korea. Korean Cultural Center of Chicago wants to introduce Korean culture and share Korean life, preparing for several events related to the theme of Lunar New Year.