IMPACT 2022: Art that Bears Witness
May 20 – June 30, 2022
Bethany Arts Community presents the work of a diverse group of artists working in a wide variety of media that use art to denounce and challenge racism and discrimination by gender, class and immigration status, and to raise awareness of reproductive rights, public health and access, and environmental issues.
Through the ages, artists have used their creativity to call to action, protest, support, attest, and provoke lasting and meaningful change. Ranging from abstraction to more figurative work, from personal to more universal, from literal to more poetic, the artwork in this exhibition invite and engage us to be aware of inequities...READ MORE
Arts In Bushwick is a visual and performing arts platform prioritizing visibility, resources and support to Bushwick artists and Brooklyn-native artists of color from all mediums of visual art, music, and performing arts. Arts in Bushwick's responsibility is to respect the cultural relevance and diversity of our community, and hold ourselves accountable while maintaining social responsibility for our impact in the neighborhoods we serve.
For two days September 18 and 19, artists in Bushwick and East Williamsburg leave their art studio doors open for visitors who want to see art, see how other artists set up their studios or visit friends on a beautiful fall weekend.
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Kyung Jeon at the opening of art exhibition La Borinqueña in San Juan at Fundación Cortes, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico in June 2021,
La Borinqueña and La Perla, 2021
Kyung Jeon-Miranda imagines, through watercolor and gouache, La Borinqueña flying over La Perla neighborhood in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. She was inspired by the paintings of the Endo Period in Japan to make a political comment on the devastation left by Hurricane Maria in 2017. We can observe blue coverings on the houses in the community, alluding to the roofs with blue tarps which are in some place still being used on the island as a temporary cover for homes. At the bottom of the artwork, a dark surface emerges from the seashore, from where La Borinqueña...READ MORE
Skowhegan Journal 2015-2020
Very grateful to have my work included in the Skowhegan Journal 2015-2020. I attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2003, and during the three month residency my work transformed. I will always be grateful for my memories at Skowhegan.
Online Group Exhibition
November 30, 2020
The Skowhegan Alliance is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works Skowhegan alumni made during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Juried by Xinyi Cheng (A '14), Yui Kugimiya (A '10), and Jagdeep Raina (A '17), this is the first exhibition of its kind to be organized by Skowhegan.
The works in this exhibition embody a unique...READ MORE
The Skowhegan Alliance is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works Skowhegan Alumni made during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic. Juried by Xinyi Cheng (A'14), Yui Kugimiya (A'10), and Jagdeep Raina (A'17), this is the first exhibition of its kind to be organized by Skowhegan.
The works in this exhibition embody a unique combination of paintings, drawings, sculptures, video, installation, and photography that grapples with building a new visual language in order to come to terms with understanding the strange new world we have all individually and collectively found ourselves in. A curiosity with listening to what's shaped the day to day lives of these artists—where time seems to have become compressed and the outside world becomes more...READ MORE
My design VOTE VOTE VOTE are letters cut out of my painting Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter and was included in the POWER Ts 2020 fundraising event at the Pierogi Gallery. Artwork is screenprinted on tshirts, tote bags and mask. All Power Ts proceeds go to the organizations Swing Left, ACLU (Protect the Vote), and Black Lives Matter.READ MORE
This is all art: Artists in a life of quarantine
By Sherry Mazzocchi
These are uncertain times and we don’t know what the future will bring.
Miranda-Rodríguez and his wife Kyung Jeon-Miranda are the parents of two sons and run the design studio, Somos Arte, from their home. Jeon-Miranda is also a painter. Her work centers primarily on children. “We may come from different backgrounds of race, class and religion but one common denominator we share is the innocence of children.” Her latest work, Coronavirus Mask Jungle Gym, hints at the virus’s effects on those least likely to understand it. “It may become the new...READ MORE
It feels as though the world changed in an instant. To flatten the coronavirus curve, most of us are staying home, trying to readjust to this new reality and taking care of our kids, sick family members and keeping the household afloat. But among all this chaos, there are those that rise to the surface to give us a little hope, take our mind off things for an instant, and make us laugh or teach us something comforting....
Kyung Jeon-Miranda (@kyungjeon) painted a delightful image in her very unique style of a young woman on a bike, with a face mask driving a bicycle with lots of packages full of toilet paper rolls. There is something humorous, playful and at the same time scary and touching in this poignant image...
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