Eung Ho Park Exhibition

Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning

poster for Eung Ho Park Exhibition

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JCAL presents the work of Korean-born artist, Eung Ho Park. An accomplished artist, Eung Ho presently works in Jackson Heights, Queens. In addition to showing his work in numerous group exhibitions since 2000, Park has had solo exhibitions at the Y Gallery in New York, ADA Gallery in Richmond, and Sabina Lee Gallery in Los Angeles. He is the recipient of a Queens Council on the Arts grant and a commission from Percent for Art. The exhibition will include a collection of Park’s humorous and thoughtful found object sculptures, all of which address relationships between people of different races, genders, and ethnicities and seek to find common ground. These issues are particularly important in Queens, one of the most diverse areas in the country.

His work often includes accumulations of commonplace objects—for example, Mother Natural, a piece that will be created for the upcoming exhibition, will be created from plastic bottles cut in half and placed directly on the floor. In addition to creating new work for the exhibition, Park will present previous works on the themes of difference and interconnectedness, including: I’m Looking at You (2008), Endless (2006), and Bowling Ball Curtain (2000-2003).



from October 21, 2010 to January 08, 2011

Opening Reception on 2010-10-21 from 18:00 to 20:00


Eung Ho Park

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