Intersection Group Exhibition // Korean Cultural Center

August 17th , 2018 - August 30th, 2018

Korean Cultural Center
5505 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036 United States
Opening Reception Friday, August 17th 7-9pm

“Intersection” brings together artists from across Southern California whose practices engage with/ identity through components of intersectionality, privilege, choices, culture, chance, or events. This exhibition provides the framework for a diverse range of Southern California artists to address, confront and/or interpret ideas of personal and collective identity, sexuality, cultural equity, and other life defining moments, conditions or perceptions.

Juror Emily Gonzalez-Jarrett, artist and museum liaison at Honor Fraser, Los Angeles accomplished the challenging task of reviewing 531 works from over 200 artists. After thoughtful consideration of the entries and exhibition concept, Gonzalez-Jarrett narrowed the field to 44 works by 23 artists, stating ” I am grateful for the introduction to the practices of everyone who made a submission. I was thrilled to see that many artists are representing and working through this tumultuous world.”

The artists selected for exhibition are Holly Boruck, Sarah Stone, Margaret Hyde, Dwora Fried, Steven Hampton, Jorg Dubin, Kuniko Ruch, Michael Chomick, Preston Craig, Carla Harris, Kim Garcia, Miriam Kim, Lindsey Warren, Karen Clark, Laura Fisher, Lynne McDaniel, Shanna Chang Lim, Christopher Chinn, Megan Frances, David Koeth, Michele Jaquis , Siru Wen, John Junghun Lee. Four of these artists (TBA) will be chosen by gallerist and Executive Director James Panozzo to exhibit at the LAUNCH LA Gallery on S. La Brea Avenue during 2019/20.

LAUNCH LA believes exposure to the arts enhances quality of life and strengthens community through the shared appreciation of creative expression in all its forms and hybrids. LAUNCH LA is passionate about providing artists with quality opportunities to present themselves and their creations that reflect our times to a curious and enthusiastic audience at important happenings throughout Los Angeles.

The Korean Cultural Center is the axis of Korean heritage in Los Angeles. The Korean Cultural Center welcomes the general public to experience the rich traditions and history of Korea through specialized programs, sponsored events, and multiple learning resources.