Artist Review: Jim Lambi

In the city of Turin there is a small piazza in front of the Palazzo Carignano. Across the piazza from this Baroque palace is an historic theater, some restaurants, and the Franco Noero Gallery. Had you visited the Franco Noero this summer, you would have been greeted by “Totally Wired”, the fifth solo exhibit of... Continue Reading →

The Autumn of Gim Hongdo

Prologue A week ago I dropped by an exhibit featuring one of the eminent artists of Korea's Joseon Dynasty, Gim Hongdo*. The exhibit had some issues, namely humidity damaged many of the works which, thankfully, were not originals. However, it was still well organized and informative enough to pique my interest in the artist again.... Continue Reading →

Artist Review: Koo Min Ji

Human relationships are messy things. Even in the simplified scenarios of fairy tales and nursery rhymes, relationships are complicated. Children are endangered due to the inability, short sightedness or greed of the very people who should be looking after them. Look deeper into the older variants and a whole world of horror opens up. Little... Continue Reading →

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