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International Art Gallery Sets Up Space in South Park
By Stephen Friday
July 7, 2008
Downtown’s reputation as a growing center for the arts take a huge leap forward this week with the arrival of PYO Gallery, a Seoul-based venue known internationally for exhibiting cutting-edge post industrial fine art.
In addition to curating works from notable names in East Asia, the gallery hosts touring exhibits from major museums and galleries worldwide. Jonathan Borofsky, whose public sculptures can be found in cities around the globe (including the Molecule Man here in Downtown and the famous Ballerina Clown in Venice), is currently showing at the gallery’s Beijing location.
South Park’s new branch of PYO Gallery — coming to the ground floor of Luma at 11th and Hope — will premiere Saturday, July 12 with an exhibit by Kim Tschang Yeul titled “Recurrence,” scheduled to run through August 16. Kim is a renowned Korean painter living in Paris whose decades of works fill the walls of art institutions from Chicago to Tokyo.
1100 S Hope Street (ground floor of Luma)
Los Angeles, CA, 90015
Tues-Sun: 10:00am - 7:00pm
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