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Yunhee Min

another country

May 14June 18, 2005

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Yunhee Min, another country (december), 2005, Acrylic on canvas, 55" x 66"

Yunhee Min
another country (december), 2005

Yunhee Min, another country (long before), 2005, Acrylic on canvas, 60" x 96"

Yunhee Min
another country (long before), 2005

Yunhee Min, another country (mad hour), 2005, Acrylic on canvas, 60" x 96"

Yunhee Min
another country (mad hour), 2005

Yunhee Min, Installation view, 2005

Yunhee Min
Installation view, 2005

Press Release

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is please to present Yunhee Min’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. On view will be new large scale paintings in which the artist applied flat acrylic colors in vertical bands on subtly shaped canvases. This new body of work is inspired by the artist’s experience of living and traveling the West, mostly Texas. The horizontal expansion of land space unobstructed by buildings and the darkness and stillness of the Texan nights influenced the colors chosen for these new paintings. Ranging from warm earth colors to the darkest satin blues and purples, Yunhee Min’s paintings seem to expand space and draw the viewer into amazing depths. They undermine our secure sense of space by subtly converting our acquired logic of perspective and perception. These paintings convincingly convey the vastness of the landscape and the depth of night.

Yunhee Min received her BFA at the Art Center College of Design. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco and at the Luckman Gallery at CalState Los Angeles. She has recently shown a site specific installation at ArtPace, San Antonio, and she is currently preparing a solo exhibition in the context of the Cerca Series at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Her work has been included, among others, in “Warped Space” at the CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, in “Abstruction” at Artists Space, New York, in “International Abstraction: Making Painting Real” at the Seattle Art Museum, in Snap Shot at the UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, in Curious, Altoids Collection at the New Museum, New York, and in the “Windows on Wilshire” project at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is located at 5795 West Washington Blvd in Culver City, between Fairfax and La Cienega, within walking distance of the Blum & Poe Gallery. Gallery Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 12 – 6 pm and by appointment. Directions: Coming from downtown, take the 10 frwy west, exit at the Washington / Fairfax exit, turn left, it’s the second building on your right. 10 frwy coming from the westside, take the La Cienega exit, go south to Washington Blvd, turn left, the building is in the 3rd block on your left, next to the Dunn Edwards store.