In Kyoung Chun, “Visit 5,” watercolor on paper, 40” x 60”, 2017

 

 

 

 

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In Kyoung Chun: Come to My House
Sept 9 to Oct 21
Reception: Saturday, Sept 9 at 5pm

In her third solo exhibition at Poem 88, In Kyoung Chun delves ever deeper into the realm of the ideal home and the tension between imaginary space and real space. Through the repeated house image, Chun offers a warm welcome to the viewer and an invitation to participate in the imaginary, too.

Chun, born in Seoul, Korea, is an MFA graduate of Georgia State University. She received the Emerging Artist Award from the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs in 2013, and in the same year was a Walthall Fellow. She is also a Fellow of the Hambidge Center. Her work appears in important private and public collections including the High Museum of Art.

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