AboutI am a Korean-American painter living in New York city. I started this blog as a food blog, intending to share recipes (often requested by friends, as I am known to be a pretty good cook among my friends) and occasional restaurant reviews. As many of my Korean friends point out, all Koreans are obsessed about food (including me). I love shopping, making, looking at and reading about food, too. Food is my porn. Even my art is about food. Over the years, however, the blog evolved into sharing more of the things that interest me at the moment; classical music (especially opera), theater, books, French language, political and cultural ideas, and of course, food. I am also writing about the exhibitions that I am involved in as well as other exhibition reviews. In the end, I hope that I am showing my engagement as an artist with the society and the culture in general. Hopefully, some of it interests you, too.
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This winter New York museums seem to have many interesting retrospectives of contemporary artists, and two of the best are Mike Kelley at MoMA PS1 and Isa Genzken: Retrospective at MoMA. The recent suicide of Mike Kelley (1954 -2012) was … Continue reading
As I occasionally do, I have translated yesterday’s blog post on Matisse exhibition in French for my ongoing study of the language. I want to thank Thomas for looking over grammatical mistakes. Pour les nombreux amateurs d’art, Henri Matisse (1869-1954) … Continue reading
Cindy Sherman’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art traces this American photographer’s entire career, from her early experiments as a student in Buffalo in the mid-1970s to a recent large-scale photographic mural (photo). Included are some of the artist’s groundbreaking … Continue reading
I went to see Alexander McQueen’s very popular posthumous exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art called Savage Beauty. The wait to get in the exhibition is always at least 30 minutes, and once you are in the exhibition hall … Continue reading