Tadashi Moriyama and Sinae Lee (both MFA '06) in Exhibition at Arario Gallery, NY, Opening, Thurs, July 1, 6-8pm

Tadashi Moriyama and Sinae Lee (both MFA '06) will have work exhibited at Arario Gallery, NY for the show titled Irrelevant: Local Emerging Asian Artists Who Don’t Make Work About Being Asian, an ambitious survey exhibition featuring the work of nearly fifty artists curated by Joann Kim and Lesley Sheng. Irrelevant will present a surging flow of creativity where artists actively engage in their practice, exploring the absurd within everyday experience, the use and misuse of materials both new and found, and the curiosity of defining artistic practice. A major focus of this exhibition is to formulate a community, building a foundation for artists to gather and exchange ideas and experiences. There is an endless array of amazing underrepresented artists in NY, thriving yet unheard. Through this exhibition we get to see artists engaging with their given role and their interests within a particular medium, exploring on both conceptual and idealistic levels with painting, photography, performance, sculpture and installation.

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 1, 6:00 - 8:00pm
Exhibition Runs: July 1 - August 6, 2010

To see more of Tadashi Moriyama or Sinae Lee's work, visit http://tadashimoriyama.com/ and http://www.sinaelee.org/.

Arario Gallery
521 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001
Gallery Hours: M - F, 10:00 - 6:00pm

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