Beautiful Fake at I-MYU

I-MYU’s first show of the Autumn is Beautiful Fake – a solo exhibition by Zinoo Park, who studied design at the Royal College of Art. From the press release: I-MYU Projects is pleased to present works by Korean artist Zinoo Park. Crossing the borders between fine art and design, Zinoo Park constructs playful, subversive and […]

“Cantilever Left” at I-MYU

A notice of July’s show: SANGBIN IM / HELENA BEN-ZENOU / YUJIN KANG 9 JULY -9 AUGUST 2008 Cantilever Left offers imbalance to systems of structure. The works presented redress architectural considerations of the urban environment, uprooting the historic past within the incongruous homogeny of the modern day global city. The works collectively unhinge considerations […]

Impossible landscapes

Recently in London we’ve seen two seemingly very different responses to traditional Korean and Chinese landscape painting. In March we had Lim Taek (임택) at I-MYU; just finished at Union we had Lee Sea-hyun (이세현). Both artists portray the familiar mountains, the occasional ancient pavilion dotting the landscape. But Lim’s mountains are simple blocks of […]

Exhibition news: Secondary Sensation, at I-MYU

Details of I-MYU’s June exhibition: Secondary Sensation Sungjin Kim / Jihye Park / Yujung Chang 12 June – 7 July 2008 I-MYU-Projects is pleased to present Secondary Sensation a group show of works by emerging Korean artists, Sungjin Kim, Jihye Park and Yujung Chang. The works introduce an idea of dislocation, fiction and process layered […]

I Don’t Speak Very Much, at I-MYU

A notice of I-MYU’s May show, starting this Thursday. I Don’t Speak Very Much Kijune Park / Rui Matsunaga / Miho Sato 15 May – 7 June 2008 Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday 12-6pm or by appointment I-MYU Projects presents I Don’t Speak Very Much, an exhibition of new works by Korean artist Kijune Park […]

Of The Outer World at I-MYU

Of The Outer World 10 — 29 April 2008 Zadok Ben-David / Duck Yong Kim Tuesday-Saturday 12-6pm or by appointment I-MYU-Projects is pleased to announce Of The Outer World, the fifth exhibition at its Charlotte Road gallery. Bringing together the work of British-Israeli artist, Zadok Ben-David with that of Korean artist Duck Yong Kim, the […]

Around the Clock at I-MYU

Keeping up their hectic pace of a new show every month, Yu Eun-bok and Im Jeong-ae announce their latest exhibition: AROUND THE CLOCK 7 March– 24 March 2008 Taek Lim / Yutaka Inagawa Tuesday-Saturday 10-6pm or by appointment AROUND THE CLOCK brings together the work of Asian artists Yutaka Inagawa and Taek Lim in an […]

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 […]

From East to East: Time Space Extension

Arcadia A group exhibition with Korean and British artists: Dae Hun Kwon, Victoria Hall and Jin Kim 22 Novemeber 2007 – 12 January 2008 I-MYU Projects, 23 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PB Review by Beccy Kennedy Globalisation theory uses the term “time-space compression”1 to elucidate the concept of a new world without distinct nations, where […]

Arcadia at I-MYU

23 November — 12 January Victoria Hall / Jin Kim / Dae Hun Kwon Opening Reception 22 November 6-8pm Tuesday-Saturday 10-6pm or by appointment I-MYU Projects is pleased to present the second exhibition of emerging Korean artists at its permanent gallery space in London. Artists Jin Kim and Dae Hun Kwon will be joined by […]

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 […]

Abandoned Protocol at Ritter / Zamet

Two Korean photographers who studied in London are participating in a group exhibition at Ritter / Zamet near the Globe Theatre this month. ABANDONED PROTOCOL Seung Woo Back, Kate Hawkins & Eloise Fornieles, Ben Judd, Hyung-Geun Park Curated by Charles Danby and I-MYU Projects 7 – 29 September 2007 Abandoned Protocol brings together artists from […]