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In marching with 10th Anniversary of 9/11, “Pre911/Twin Towers Once Stood,” 3rd group exhibition of ‘Pre911’ will be presented on September 11, 2011 at SB D Gallery

Pre911/Twin Towers Once Stood

Pre911/Twin Towers Once Stood

The 10th anniversary of the tragic event of 911 in New York City that stole many precious lives and also granted security among New Yorkers is nearing with much of evaporating emotions in layers of sorrows, pain and hope for healing.

Three years ago, SB D Gallery curated and directed the first exhibition that stopped the life of Twin Towers as of September 10th, 2001, in effort to heal from the wound by bringing back the happy memories of Twin Towers before the terror.

As a closure, “Pre911:Twin Towers Once Stood” will have the finale this year marching with a decade of struggles, and will present your messages in forms of arts;Photographs, drawings, paintings, poems, sculptures, mixed media… without limited to the medium, we will share our soul and spirit united as one, the human.

All 75 heartfelt international artists’ will be participating with their art works to be displayed on HD screens, and also multiple fabric banners will be printed with images and messages to be hung at our next door gallery. Guests will walk through these ceiling high long banners to experience the memories of being inside or right in front of buildings.

‘Pre911:Twin  Towers Once Stood’ book will be published as well which is for sale for $50. All the profit will be donated to 911 Families Association. You may purchase the book online at SB D Shop. Click here to purchase.

The exhibition will open on September 11, 2011, at 4pm and runs for two weeks.

My hope, as a resident living in downtown of Manhattan for 21 years and at the same time, curator and director of SB D Gallery, is to accept the life that is beyond the control of morality, and go on with the life finding comfort leaning on each others. It will NEVER be forgotten, nor healed, and that sharp stabbing into our souls on that specific day of terror will be remembered with the deep scar.

Exhibition: “Pre911/Twin Towers Once Stood”
Location: SB D Gallery (www.sbdgallery.org) 125 East 4th Street NYC 10003
Time: September 11, 2011 – September 25, 2011
Opening Reception: September 11, 2011 from 4-8pm

Curated by Seolbin Park

Directed by Zinno Park

Designed by Hyeonji Lee

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Seolbin Park
Founder/Curator
SB D Gallery
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Call for Submission: Pre911/Twin Towers Once Stood at SB D Gallery in East Village on September 11, 2011.

The 10th anniversary of the tragic event of 911 in New York City that stole many precious lives and also granted security among New Yorkers is nearing with much of evaporating emotions in layers of sorrows, pain and hope for healing.

Three years ago, SB D Gallery curated and directed the first exhibition that stopped the life of Twin Towers as of September 10th, 2001, in effort to heal from the wound by bringing back the happy memories of Twin Towers before the terror.

As a closure, “Pre911:Twin Towers Once Stood” will have the finale this year marching with a decade of struggles, and would love to have all or any of your participations with your personal messages in forms of arts. Photographs, drawings, paintings, poems, sculptures, mixed media… without limited to the medium, share your soul and spirit united as one, the human.

In addition to your qualified art works, the work of 46 international artists’ who participated last two years will be presented again and also multiple fabric banners will be printed with images and messages to be hung at next door gallery. Guests will walk through these ceiling high long banners to experience the memories of being inside or right in front of buildings.

The exhibition will open on September 11, 2011, at 4pm and runs for two weeks.

My hope, as a resident living in downtown of Manhattan for 21 years and at the time time, curator and director of SB D Gallery, is to accept the life that is beyond the control of morality, and go on with the life finding comfort leaning on each others. It will NEVER be forgotten, nor healed, and that sharp stabbing into our souls on that specific day of terror will be remembered with the deep scar.

Exhibition: “Pre911/Twin Towers Once Stood”
Location: SB D Gallery (www.sbdgallery.org) 125 East 4th Street NYC 10003
Time: September 11, 2011 – September 25, 2011
Opening Reception: September 11, 2011 from 4-8pm

Press;
http://lens.blogs.nytimes.​com/tag/sb-d-gallery/

Please submit your participation inquiry to [email protected] to receive the guide and contract.

Seolbin Park
Founder/Curator
SB D Gallery
www.sbdgallery.org

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The movie director, Jun-Ik Lee, 이준익, at the opening reception of ‘Mind the Gap’ by Sun Mu from North Korea at SB D Gallery in New York City.

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Pleasant visit by Jun Ik Lee, the Korean movie director, to the opening reception of ‘Mind the Gap” by Sun Mu from North Korea. The exhibition goes until August 20th, 2011.

Title: “Mind the Gap” by Sun Mu from North Korea

Exhibition Venue: SB D Gallery, 125 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003

Medium: Oil Painting

Exhibition Date:  July 16 – August 20 2011

Opening Reception:  July 16 2011 from 5-8pm

Quantity: 9 paintings

Guest Curator: Yu Yeon Kim

Director: Seolbin Park

Sun Mu, North Korean Artist who escaped from North Korea to China, Vietnam, Laos then finally to South Korea, will be presented his paintings to New York City for the first time in history.

Sun Mu’s work has been widely reported by BBC, Time magazine, New York Times, Financial Times and international press when he attended at art college in South Korea last 3 years.

His painting has been echoed his tremendous life dangered experience then living in materialistic capitalism in South Korea and questioning dramatically different life, ideologies, controlled information and isolation.

His articles are following;
NEW YORK TIMES
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/21/world/asia/21painter.html

BBC
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8000769.stm

TIME  By Michael Gibb,  Monday, Sep. 07, 2009
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1919276,00.html

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sun mu from north korea

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“Mind the Gap’ by North Korean Artist Sun Mu at SB D Gallery in East Village starting on July 16th, 2011

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“Mind the Gap” by Sun Mu from North Korea at SB D Gallery in East Village on July 16 2011

“I cannot help being political. How can I ignore the reality of the North, where my parents are still suffering?” by Sun Mu.

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Title: Sun Mu from North Korea

Exhibition Venue: SB D Gallery, 125 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003

Medium: Oil Painting

Exhibition Date:  July 16 – August 20 2011

Opening Reception:  July 16 2011 from 5-8pm

Quantity: 15 paintings

Curator: Yu Yeon Kim

Sun Mu, North Korean Artist who escaped from North Korea to China, Vietnam, Laos then finally to South Korea, will be presented his paintings to New York City for the first time in history.

Sun Mu’s work has been widely reported by BBC, Time magazine, New York Times, Financial Times  and international press when he attended at art college in South Korea last 3 years.

His painting has been echoed his tremendous life dangered experience by hiding himself in jungle for years in Laos then living in materialistic capitalism in South Korea and questioning dramatically different life, ideologies, controlled information and isolation.

His articles are following;
NEW YORK TIMES
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/21/world/asia/21painter.html

BBC
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8000769.stm

TIME  By Michael Gibb,  Monday, Sep. 07, 2009
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1919276,00.html

<Biography>


Artist,
SUN MU

Born in 1972, North Korea
He studied Fine Art at College in North Korea for 3 years

1998 He flew from North Korea.  He risked his life to cross China

1998 – 2002 China and South East Asia
2002 – present: S. Korea
2007  Graduate from Hong-Ik University, Fine Art – B.A degree
2009 Graduate from Hong-Ik University, Fine Art – M.A degree

Solo Exhibitions
2008 Nothing to envy in this World, Gallery Ssamzie, Seoul
2008 We are living in the happy world, Alternative Space Chung Jeong
Gak, Seoul

Group Exhibitions
2009 Shared, Divided, United, Deutchiland-Korea;
Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst, Berlin
2009 Art in Busan 2009, Busan Museum of Art, Busan
2009 Exhibition of hte 9th North Korean Human Rights International
Conference
Grand Hyatt Hotel, Melbourne, Australia
2009  New Acquisitions, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Ansan
2008  Korea Now, artLink, Inc and Sotheby’s, Tel-Aviv, Israel
2007 Sweet and Scary Presidential Election, Chung Jeong Gak, Seoul
2007 We are Happy, Gallery Curiosity, Seoul

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The Clown Un_Masked, A Photo Exhibit by Jim Moore at Cornelia Street Cafe

The Clown Un_Masked – A Photo Exhibit by Jim Moore!

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THE CLOWN UN_MASKED will be on view beginning June 1st , 2011 at Cornelia Street Café, 29 Cornelia Street, New York, NY, from 5:30PM to 7PM EST.

The exhibit will feature twelve photographs that include performances shot at venues such as The Big Apple CircusBottom LineDixon Place and The New York Downtown Clown Revue, where Jim is currently photographer in residence.  The performers are revealed in an honest, black and white portrait without makeup and costume, juxtaposed to their color live stage show photographs.

Mr. Jim Moore, a leading authority on documenting the performing arts, has been  photographing all kinds of artistic and eccentric performers (for the past 30+ years) ranging from magicians, clowns, puppeteers, mimes, ventriloquists, performance artists, and sword-swallowers to tightrope and high wire walkers.

JOIN US at the opening on Tuesday June 7th at Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, NY, and NY from 5:30 to 7pm EST.

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