Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is pleased to present a solo exhibition with new work by Yunhee Min.
Min’s paintings in the exhibition respond minutely to the physical structure of the gallery space. On view will be two horizontal paintings, composed of shaped canvases stretching along the side walls of the gallery. Seemingly foreshortening the space, vertical bands of pure color foster a complex dynamic of spatiality and at the same time disrupt the viewer’s trust in space and perspective. Min’s planar shifts and spatial disjunctions foster a sense of motion, a state of spinning, falling, in which our confidence in space is subtly undermined. By manipulation the perception of space and scale, Min’s paintings foster an anti-perspective, a state of mind that acknowledges the body as the place where spatial truths are recognized.
Yunhee Min received her BFA at the Art Center College of Design. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Luckman Gallery at CalState Los Angeles, the ACME Gallery, Los Angeles. It has been included in recent group exhibitions at the UCLA Hammer Museum, the LA Louver Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Florida, theCurious Altoids Collection at the New Museum, New York, the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, the Claremont Graduate University, Peggy Phelps Gallery, the Huntington Beach Art Center, the Thread Waxing Space, the San Francisco Art Institute, Walter McBean Gallery, and at the Windows on Wilshire at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles. Yunhee Min is currently preparing a solo exhibition at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco..
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