Monday, May 19, 2008

Seonna Hong - Viscery Loves Company

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Well now, don't we feel stupid. We adore Seonna Hong (she even painted a commissioned family portrait for us -- our most prizaed possession), and yet we neglected to blog about her new show at Takashi Murakami's Kaikai Kiki Gallery that opened in Tokyo a few weeks ago. Could it be because Tokyo is so far from us? Lame excuse, at best. So we prostrate ourselves before the gods of Pop Surrealism and apologize profusely, and now present for your visual enjoyment -- Seonna Hong's Viscery Loves Company. We also wish to thank the awesome art blog Supertouch for posting a great story about the opening.

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Seonna Hong's Official Site

"Viscery Loves Company" at Kaikai Kiki Gallery

2 comments:

Amy said...

This is so wonderful about Seonna Hong in Tokyo! She's one of my favorite artists. This is the stuff dreams (and hard work) are made of. It looks like a beautiful show...
now if I can only get to view Camille's show in Berlin. That's annoying that it's not online. (!?)

Teddy Tenenbaum said...

Thanks for the comments Amy! It's not too bad when Murakami takes you under his wing, I guess.

I'll try to track down Camille's show online and post it.

Cheers!