Art Projects International

Summer Selections: Richard Tsao, Soo Im Lee, Filipe Rocha da Silva, Seokmin Ko

Summer Selections: Richard Tsao, Soo Im Lee, Filipe Rocha da Silva, Seokmin Ko

rectangle 13 by richard tsao

Richard Tsao

Rectangle 13, 1996

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flower weeds by soo im lee

Soo Im Lee

Flower Weeds, 2009

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rectangle 78 by richard tsao

Richard Tsao

Rectangle 78, 1996

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mingle by soo im lee

Soo Im Lee

Mingle, 2009

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rectangle 83 by richard tsao

Richard Tsao

Rectangle 83, 1996

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rectangle 15 by richard tsao

Richard Tsao

Rectangle 15, 1996

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rectangle 90 by richard tsao

Richard Tsao

Rectangle 90, 1996

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the square 07 by seokmin ko

Seokmin Ko

The Square 07, 2010

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the square 06 by seokmin ko

Seokmin Ko

The Square 06, 2010

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leaves by filipe rocha da silva

Filipe Rocha da Silva

Leaves, 1996

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014Thursday, July 31, 2014

434 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013 USA

Art Projects International is pleased to present Summer Selections - Richard Tsao, Soo Im Lee, Filipe Rocha da Silva and Seokmin Ko, on view from July 1 through July 31, 2014.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS Richard Tsao, originally from Thailand, is known for using a process oriented, labor-intensive approach and particular aesthetic of beauty in creating his paintings and works on paper. Recent exhibitions: Richard Tsao: Works from Industry City, Art Projects International, New York, 2014; American Chambers, Gyeongnam Art Museum, Changwon, Korea, 2011; Richard Tsao: Nam Wan, Art Projects International, New York, 2010; Richard Tsao: Flooding, Art Link, Seoul, Korea, 2008. Selected collections: Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; and Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Little Rock, Arkansas. Soo Im Lee, born in Seoul, Korea, currently lives and works in New York. Recent exhibitions: Intersecting Lines, Art Projects International, New York, 2012; 911 Arts: A Decade Later, Commons Gallery, New York University, 2011; Framing AIDS 2010 Art Exhibition, Queens Museum of Art: Partnership Gallery, New York, 2010; Irrelevant, Arario Gallery, New York, 2010; and Faces & Facts, Korean Culture Service NY, 2009. Filipe Rocha da Silva is a Portuguese artist who builds large paintings depicting extremely small, almost invisible figures. "The nanoscale humans that populate da Silva's works can be looked on as resembling both brain cells and individual neurons, according to the artist, or the complex patterns of pandemic diseases and computer viruses..." writes Brandon Taylor (After Constructivism, Yale University Press, 2014). Recent solo exhibitions: Centre Culturel Portugais, Rabat, Morocco, 2010; Self, Centro Cultural de Cascais, Portugal, 2009; Museu da Cidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, 2005. Selected museum collections: Museu da Cidade de Lisboa, Lisbon; Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Fundação de Serralves, Porto, Portugal; and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Union Fenosa, La Coruña, Spain. Seokmin Ko, recipient of many prestigious art awards including being selected as the 2012 SongEun ArtCube Artist, represents a new wave of younger contemporary artists working in Korea. His first U.S. solo exhibition was presented at Art Projects International, New York, in 2012. In September, his works will be included in Altering Space at the Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, Texas, in conjunction with 2014 FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA. Recent museum exhibitions: Seokmin Ko: The Square, SongEun ArtCube, Seoul, Korea, 2012; Testing Testing 1.2.3.: SongEun Collection of Korean Artists, SongEun Art Space, Seoul, Korea, 2011. Selected collections: Fidelity Corporate Art Collection, Boston; and SongEun Art and Cultural Foundation, Seoul, Korea.