5 Museum Shows to See This Fall in New York City

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Only the Young: Experimental Art in Korea, 1960s-1970s, The Guggenheim - Sept 1 - Jan 7

Korean Experimental art (silheom misul) was born from the country’s transformation and modernization following the Korean War and included some of the most significant avant-garde artistic practices of the twentieth century. Featuring works by Ha Chong-Hyun, Kim Kulim, Jung Kangja, Lee Seung-taek, Lee Kang-So, Lee Kun-Yong, and Sung Neung Kyung, the exhibition showcases a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, video, installation, and film, as well as performances, publications, and seminars. This exhibition is co-organized with the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea.

 

Tania Pérez Córdova: Generalization, SculptureCenter Sept 23 - Dec 11

SculptureCenter presents the first US institutional exhibition of works by Tania Pérez Córdova that considers our relationships with everyday objects. Originally curated by Museo Tamayo in Mexico City last winter, the exhibition has been adapted for SculptureCenter’s galleries. Pérez Córdova describes this iteration as a continuation rather than a simple rehanging. Celebrating Cordova’s quiet and contemplative practice, the show will feature a mix of 24 works that were made in the past ten years and specially commissioned for SculptureCenter.

 

—JOHN DENNEHY

September 5, 2023
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