February 28, 2022

8 Must-See Gallery Exhibitions in March 2022

In an attempt to share the best exhibitions in art galleries across America each month, Galerie has scoured the country to present a selection of  fascinating solo shows by artists working in a variety of media. From New York and Miami to Houston and Los Angeles and then back to Boston, the array of paintings, photographs, … Continued

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February 24, 2022

JooYoung Choi Featured in Texas Highways

Houston Artist JooYoung Choi Takes Audiences on a Fantastical Trip to the Cosmic Womb at the Crow Museum of Asian Art in Dallas Contemplative art that explores important themes of race, culture, and identity need not be somber in tone. Houston-based Korean artist JooYoung Choi proves this in her new exhibition, Songs of Resilience from the Tapestry of … Continued

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February 10, 2022

Fox News Interviews Jooyoung Choi

Jooyoung Choi’s work on exhibit at the Crow Museum The Crow Museum of Asian Art is showing the amazing work of Texas-based Asian women. Multi-media artist Jooyoung Choi is the third and final artist presented. She paints, sculpts, makes collages and fabric and even composes music for her events.

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February 09, 2022

JooYoung Choi Featured in the Dallas Observer

The Best Things To Do In Dallas, Feb. 9-16 Saturday, Feb. 12 Jooyoung Choi: Songs Of Resilience From The Tapestry of Faith at the Crow Museum of Asian Art If you haven’t been to the Arts District since the Nasher opened the Harry Bertoia exhibition, this Saturday, Feb. 12, would be an amazing time to go. … Continued

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February 08, 2022

Artist Snapshot: Knox Martin on The Art Students League of New York

Exploring the mind and habits of an artist in twenty-five questions.   AT WHAT AGE DID YOU DECIDE TO BECOME AN ARTIST? Age 22. I went to study at the League on the GI Bill.   HOW DID YOUR PARENTS REACT WHEN YOU TOLD THEM YOU WANTED TO BE AN ARTIST? They had nothing to say. … Continued

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February 07, 2022

JooYoung Choi Crow Museum Exhibition Featured in Glasstire

JOOYOUNG CHOI: SONGS OF RESILIENCE FROM THE TAPESTRY OF FAITH “The Crow Museum of Asian Art presents, JooYoung Choi: Songs of Resilience from the Tapestry of Faith, opening Saturday, February 12, 2022. Through painting, video, sculpture, animation, music and installation art, multidisciplinary world builder JooYoung Choi documents the interconnecting narratives of a highly-structured, expansive, fictional land … Continued

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February 02, 2022

Anne Lindberg’s ‘Cosmic Geometries’ Featured in The New York Times

The Swedish artist Hilma af Klint was as much a pioneer of abstraction as a mystic. So, in 2020, when the artists Sharmistha Ray and Dannielle Tegeder formed a collective devoted to artwork by women, nonbinary, and trans people interested in spirituality, they named it after her. Hilma’s Ghost’s first big project was creating a … Continued

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January 31, 2022

JooYoung Choi Crow Museum exhibition featured in The Dallas Morning News

At Dallas’ Crow Museum, artist JooYoung Choi combines the autobiographical with the fantastical. Fantasy comes alive in the world of artist JooYoung Choi. So does truth. The Houston-based artist shares stories about the human spirit in a vibrant, multidisciplinary exhibit at the Crow Museum of Asian Art of the University of Texas at Dallas. It’s … Continued

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January 27, 2022

McKay Otto’s Fascinating Journey to Now

WIMBERLEY, TX—The snaking dirt road that leads to Everland, artist McKay Otto’s home and studio in the Texas Hill Country, is dotted with curious outdoor sculptures—granite abstractions by Jesús Moroles, a pyramidal stack by Margo Sawyer, and a peculiar piece Otto made by threading organ pipes onto the skeletal limbs of a dead tree. These surreal … Continued

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January 11, 2022

Cruz Ortiz Commissioned to Create Public Art at Hobby Airport

Ten Texas-based artists, both individuals and groups, were selected and commissioned last Tuesday to create on-site pieces for Bush Intercontinental Airport and Hobby Airport terminals. The investment is an effort by the Houston Airport System to not only beautify their airports, but to also support the local art community with commissions.

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December 22, 2021

JooYoung Choi Profiled in Houstonia

HOUSTON OFFERS THE PERFECT BALANCE of cosmopolitanism and comfort, a dynamic that makes it possible to sustain life as a professional creative. Whether born, raised, or simply based in the city, artists are granted the opportunity to use their work to connect, explore and work towards more inclusive spaces within, and beyond the art scene. In … Continued

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December 15, 2021

NLFA Exhibitions a Recommended Event in Houston Chronicle

Ted Lawson begins each of his series with a question, theory or an equation rooted in emotion. Dare to find answers within his latest exhibit, “Satyrical Garden,” at Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art, where fellow artist Kysa Johnson’s latest collection of drawings, paintings and installations, “Ghosts in Common,” are also on display through the New Year.

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