Joonhong Min collaborates with two Hungarian artists in an end-of-residency show supported by the Hungarian Cultural Centre:
Joonhong Min | Karoly Tendl | Nora Teplan
Hoxton 253 Art Project Space | 253 Hoston Street | London N1 5LG | www.hoxton253.com
Private view night: 3rd Sept, 5-9pm
Exhibition open: 2nd-6th Sept 2020, 12-8pm
Artist talk and Q+A 5th Sept 4pm
project hu and HOXTON 253 are proud to present Ghost Relics, a collaborative exhibition following a month-long mentored artist residency.
Throughout the programme, London based artists Joonhong Min and Karoly Tendl had the opportunity to freely utilise the gallery space and create works for the end of residency exhibition, while Nora Teplan has collaborated remotely from Budapest, Hungary.
Ghost Relics is a culmination of conversations and cultural exchange between the artists, organisers, mentors and other creative professionals.
The exhibition ties the artists’ practices into a dislocated narrative dealing with urban life, superstition, memory and crisis, both personal and global.
We cannot wait to welcome you all back with our first exhibition since the lockdown! It’s been dreadful, now come cheer with us over some lovely Hungarian wine! Bear in mind the Covid updates below.
The residency programme is kindly supported by the Hungarian Cultural Centre London.
Please do not visit the venue if you are ill or displaying any symptoms of COVID-19.
The event is non-ticketed, however visitor numbers and social distancing will be observed.
Visitors will be required to wear a face covering inside the gallery. Please check our social media or website on the day for any updates and contact us if you require special assistance or have any queries.