Current Exhibition: Sung Jik Yang / Joanne Ji Young Kim



Sung Jik Yang / Joanne Ji Young Kim

BETWEEN US
February 13 - March 12 

Sung Jik Yang is a painter based in Los Angeles, California who comes from South Korea. He makes representational images with oil. He creates portraits, figures, still lifes, and landscapes. He currently teaches painting at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

Born
1989, South Korea

Education
2018 BFA Art Center College of Design

Solo Exhibitions
2020 “A Closer Look”   Friends Indeed Gallery, San Francisco
2019 “Portraits”. Eastern Project, Los Angeles

Group Exhibitions
2021
“Fresh Start”. Los Angeles

2020
“8-bridges”, Friend Indeed Gallery, San Francisco
“The Summer Spectacular” Hey There Projects , Joshua Tree

2018
“The Universe Is In Us” Space Gallery at Ayzenberg, Pasadena
“My Dream of the American Dream” Lemin Space, Los Angeles

2017
“Funsized” Lemin Space , Los Angeles
“Clear Gaze” Hutto-Patterson Gallery. Pasadena

Publications
2020 New American Painting N0.151 Pacific Coast Issue
2015 American Illustration 34 Annual

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Joanne Ji Young Kim (b.1995, Seoul) received her BFA at ArtCenter College of Design in 2018. She is based in Los Angeles and works primarily with paint. She regenerates a new world of her own with fragmented memories from both her childhood and the memories accumulated from traveling.

Education
2018 BFA Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA

Exhibitions
2020
Post It Show, Giant Robot, Los Angeles, CA
Works on Paper, Brand Library & Art Center, Glendale, CA

2019
New American Paintings Pacific Coast Review, Zevitas Marcus, Los Angeles, CA
Student Scholarship Exhibit, Society of Illustrators at the Museum of American Illustration, New York, NY
Plus One, ArtShare LA, Los Angeles, CA

2018
My Dream of American Dream, Leimin Space, Los Angeles, CA

2015-2019
ArtCenter College of Design Gallery, Pasadena, CA

Publications
2019
New American Paintings, Pacific Coast Issue No. 139
Voyage LA, “Life and Art with Joanne Ji Young Kim,” June 19