Personal Identity Matter 2018
Personal Identity Matter, an international group exhibition featuring 18 artists from New York, Japan, South Korea and Macedonia, will take place during January and February at the Gallery MC in Manhattan. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, January 30, 2018, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
From New York Emily Berger, Fred Bendheim, Hovey Brock, Karen Nielsen-Fried, Lorenzo Sanjuan-Pertusa, Miriam Ancis and Wendy Letven. From South Korea Daehee Han, Iksong Jin, Jihyun Jung, Jiyoung Gong, Jungwon Go, Kim Taebok, Eun Young and Minsol Choiand Ingyeong Choi. From Macedonia Robert Dandarov and Slavica Janeslieva. From Japan Junko Yoda, Ryota Sato, Toshihisa Yoda and Yoichiro Yoda.
Human relationships and comparisons with others in everyday life help to shape our personal identities. This group show will use art as a tool for understanding these relationships and similarities and exploring our personal identities outside the barriers posed by our regional or ethnic backgrounds. Philosophical, cultural and artistic exchange will help us progress from curiosity and preconception to experimentation. This group exhibition will serve as a laboratory in which we find that our true identity and reality exist inside us.
January 30 to February 10, 2018 at MC Gallery
Opening January 30, 2018
Gallery MC 549 West 52nd Street, 8th Floor
(Between 10th and 11th Avenue) New York, NY 10019
Gallery MC NYC is a non-profit multicultural interdisciplinary art gallery committed to the research, production, presentation and interpretation of contemporary art. The gallery supports established and emerging artists and explores ideas at the junction of arts, performance, and architecture.