Two flower painters at I-MYU

FORGET ME NOT: Works by Yeon Soo Ha and Bon-A Koo 1 February — 2 March 2008, I-MYU Gallery, 23 Charlotte Road EC2A 3PB Tuesday-Saturday 12-6pm or by appointment The work of Ha Yeonsoo and Koo Bona currently on show at I-MYU both have nature as their subject, but almost could not be further apart […]

Forget-me-not at I-MYU

I-MYU Projects present their third exhibition since opening near Old Street towards the end of last year. One thing I like about the I-MYU gallery is the quality of their press releases. For someone as unversed in art appreciation as me, their materials always seem both intelligent and intelligible, informative without being too high-brow, and […]

Exhibition visit: To the furthest verge

I-MYU’s new gallery space was launched last week with a show by two Korean and one Korean-American artist. The gallery itself is situated in the slightly unfashionable north-east fringes of the City. Unfashionable at least from the perspective of us City types, but if your eyes stray slightly northwards on the map from I-MYU’s street […]

I-MYU opening exhibition: To the furthest verge

I-MYU projects celebrates the opening of its gallery in style this month. I-MYU’s first project in London was the jointly curated show at Ritter/Zamet, Abandoned Protocol. October sees the opening of its gallery on the eastern outskirts of the City, at 23 Charlotte Road, EC2A 3PB [Map]. I-MYU promotes emerging Asian artists, with a particular […]