Marking: Drawings by Contemporary Artists from Korea

March 01, 2004Art AsiaPacific

The exhibition Marking: Drawings by Contemporary Artists from Korea is reviewed in Art AsiaPacific. Read More Marking: Drawings by Contemporary Artists from Korea

In-Hyung Kim & Jian-Jun Zhang at Art Projects International

October 01, 2003Art Asia Pacific

Despite the similarity in theme, the source of the show's dynamic lay in the subtle balancing of differences. Both artists worked with concepts of the organic, however Zhang's ascetic black and white compositions visualized a different approach from Kim's strong colors… Read More In-Hyung Kim & Jian-Jun Zhang at Art Projects International

In-Hyung Kim at Art Projects International

January 01, 2002Art in America

In-Hyung Kim’s art feels authentically Symbolist; its visionary power and refusal to yield specific meanings fulfill Mallarmé’s goal of allusiveness and musicality. Luminous veils of white and yellow arise at the centers of her paintings, evoking indeterminate distance… Read More In-Hyung Kim at Art Projects International

The Drawn and the Painted in the New Works of Kim In-Hyung

February 02, 1998SPACE, Seoul

In looking at In-Hyung Kim's large drawing comprising sixty-six individual works on paper currently on display in New York City at Art Projects International's exhibition In-Hyung Kim: New Works, a viewer is confronted with an overview–perhaps, a key–to Ms. Kim's new… Read More The Drawn and the Painted in the New Works of Kim In-Hyung

Galleries USA – Art Projects International

March 01, 1994Flash Art

Art Projects International opened its new gallery space at 470 Broome Street with an exhibition of recent works by Korean-born artist In-Hyung Kim, on view through 3 March. API was created in 1993... Read More Galleries USA – Art Projects International