Michael Joo | Kukje Gallery
Aaron Young
Ahn Kyuchul
Alexander Calder
Anish Kapoor
Anselm Reyle
Anthony Caro
Bharti Kher
Bill Viola
Candida Höfer
Cecily Brown
Choong-Hyun Roh
Chung Chang-Sup
Chung Sang-Hwa
Damián Ortega
David Nash
Eemyun Kang
Eva Hesse
Gabriel Kuri
Ghada Amer
Ha Chong-Hyun
Haegue Yang
Hein-kuhn Oh
Hong Seung-Hye
Jack Pierson
Jae-Eun Choi
Jean-Michel Othoniel
Jeff Wall
Jenny Holzer
Joan Mitchell
Joris Laarman
Julian Opie
Kibong Rhee
Kim Hong Joo
Kim Whanki
Kim Yong-Ik
Kira Kim
Koo Bohnchang
Kwon Young-Woo
Kyung Jeon
Kyungah Ham
Lee Kwang-Ho
Lee Ufan
Louise Bourgeois
MeeNa Park
Michael Joo
Park Chan-kyong
Park Seo-Bo
Pierre Jeanneret
Richard Long
Roni Horn
Sora Kim
Sterling Ruby
Sungsic Moon
U Sunok
Ugo Rondinone
Wook-kyung Choi
Yeondoo Jung
Michael Joo
(American-Korean, 1966)
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1966 Born in Ithaca, US
Lives and works in New York, US

1991 MFA, Yale School of Art, Yale University, New Haven, US
1989 BFA, Washington University, St Louis, US

United States Artists Fellowship, US
Grand Prize, 6th Gwangju Biennale 2006, KR(with co-recipient Song Dong)

American Center Foundation Grant, US

LEF Foundation Grant, US

Warhol Foundation Grant, US

Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters’ and Sculptors’ Grant, US

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, US

Acadia Summer Arts Program, Mt. Desert, Maine, US

International Artists Studio Program in Sweden (IASPIS), Stockholm, SE

Delfina Studio Trust, London, UK

Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm, SE

Royal Academy of Art, Copenhagen, DK

Cite International Des Arts, Paris, FR

Kukje Gallery, Seoul, KR  
Michael Joo: 7 Sins, Carolina Nitsch, New York, US

Barrier Island, SCAD Georgia, Savannah, Georgia, US
Perspectives: Michael Joo, Freer | Sackler, Smithsonian Museum of Asian Art, Washington, D.C., US
Radiohalo, Blain | Southern, London, UK

Suture, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York, US
Transparency Engine, SCAD Moot Gallery, Sham Shui PO, HK
Drift, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, US
Doppelganger, Cass Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, US

Plexus, M-Building, Miami, Florida, US

Exit from the House of Being, Blain|Southern, London, UK

Galleria Marabini, Bologna, IT

Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
Bodhi Obfuscatus (Allegiance), Chelsea Art Museum, New York, US

Circannual Rhythm, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, AK
PKM Gallery, Seoul, KR

Michael Joo, Rodin Gallery (Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art), Seoul, KR

Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
Bodhi Obfuscatus (Space-Baby), Asia Society, New York, US
Still Lives, The Bohen Foundation, New York, US

Michael Joo, Palm Beach Institute for Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, US

Michael Joo, MIT List Visual Art Center, Cambridge, US

Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
Curti/Gambuzzi & Co., Milan, IT
PKM Gallery, Seoul, KR

49th Venice Biennale, South Korean Pavilion, Venice, IT (with Do-Ho Suh)

Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US

White Cube, London, UK

Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US

Thomas Nordanstad Gallery, New York, US

Crash,Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London, UK
Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris, FR
Nature vs. Nature at the Glass Ceiling, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, NL (with Christiaan Bastiaans)
Thomas Nordanstad Gallery, New York, US

Salt Transfer Cycle, Thomas Nordanstad Gallery, in collaboration with Petzel/Borgmann Gallery, New York,US

The Artifice of Expenditure, Nordanstad-Skarstedt Gallery, New York, US

Naturalia, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, US
Vitreous Bodies: Assembled Visions in Glass, Stephen D. Paine Gallery, Massachusetts College of art and Design, Boston, US
Glasstress Boca Raton, Boca Raton Museum of Art, US

Anyang Public Art Project, Anyang, KR
30 Years 1986-2016: As the Moon Waxes and Wanes, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, KR
EVA International Biennial, Limerick, IE
Force of Nature, Galerie Valerie Bach, Brussels, BE

The Past, the Present, the Possible, Sharjah Biennial 12, Sharjah
Glasstrees 2015, Palazzo CavalliFranchetti, Venice, IT
Lille3000, Lille, FR
GaleriaCarlesTaché, Barcelona, ES
America is Hard to See, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, US

Metaphysical, MimmoScognamiglio Gallery, Milan, IT
On the Blue Shore of Silence, Tracey Williams Gallery, New York, US
Blood Flames Revisited, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, US
The Space Where I Am, Blain|Southern, Londo, UK
Global City, Surreal City, IVAM, Valencia, ES

White Light / White Heat, Wallace Collection, London, UK
Glasstrees 2013, Palazzo CavalliFranchetti, Venice, IT
Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Amor Fati, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, New York, US
Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Brooklyn, New York, US
Paddle 8, Brooklyn, New York, US

Freedom Not Genius: Works from Damien Hirst’sMurderme Collection, PinacotecaAgnelli, Turin, IT
Roundtable, The 9thGwangju Biennale 2012, Gwangju, KR
Sculptor’s Drawings and Works on Paper, Pangolin London, London, UK
Glasstrees New York, Museum of Art and Design, New York, US

9th Gwangju Biennale 2012, Gwangju, CN (forthcoming)
Transforming Minds: Buddhism in Art, works from the Rockefeller Collection of Asian Art, Asia Society Gallery, HK
Surreal versus Surrealism in Contemporary Art, IVAM, Valencia, ES
Best of Silver: Selected Sculptures in Silver. Pangolin, London, UK
Glasstress 2011, Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, Venice, IT

Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?, Haunch of Venison, Berlin, DE (with Damien Hirst)
The Infinite Starburst of Your Cold Dark Eyes, PKM Gallery, Seoul, KR
Dirty Kunst, Seventeen Gallery, London, UK

NeoHooDoo: Art of a Forgotten Faith, Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL
Incarnational Aesthetics, New York Center for Art & Media Studies (NYCAMS), US
Faces & FactsKorean Contemporary Art in New York, Queens Museum of Art, US

Friends and Family, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
NeoHooDoo: Art of a Forgotten Faith, The Menil Collection, Houston, US
Re asia, Haus der Kulturen, Berlin, DE
NeoHooDoo: Art of a Forgotten Faith, P.S.1 MoMA, New York, US
Focus: The Figure (Art form the Logan Collection). Denver Art Museum, Denver, US

New York States of Mind, Queens Museum of Art, New York, US
Triennale Bovisa: Timer 01, Milan, IT
Post Object, Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto, Scarborough, Ontario, CA

In The Darkest Hour There Will Be Light, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
The Bong Show, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York, US
Postcards From The Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, US
6th Gwangju Biennale2006, Gwangju, CN
Eretica, Palazzo Sant’ Anna, Palermo, IT
Flux Factory, Lennon Weinberg Gallery, New York, US
Comunicato Stampo, Curti/Gambuzzi & Co., Milan, Italy
Implosion!, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
RADAR: Selections From The Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan, Denver Art Museum, Denver, US
Wallin vs Joo, Galleri Ping-Pong, Malmö, SE

Artwalk NY, Sotheby’s, New York, US
e-Flux Video Rental, The Moore Space, Miami, US
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, US
Monuments For The US, CCA Wattis Institute For Contemporary Arts, San Francisco; White Columns, New York, US
Postcards From The Edge, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, US
This Must Be The Place, Center For Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-On- Hudson, US
In The Darkest Hour There Will Be Light, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK

D.u.m.b.o. Short Film and Video Festival, Brooklyn, US
Art Basel 04 (film/video), Basel, CH
Black Belt, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, US
f#@k perfection, Vertex List, Brooklyn, US
Field, Socrates Sculpture Park, curated by Alyson Baker, Long Island City, US
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, US
Needful Things: Recent Multiples, Cleveland Museum, Cleveland, US
Postcards From the Edge, Brent Sikkema Gallery, New York, US
Standing on a Bridge, Arario Gallery, Seoul, KR
Video Program, Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Long Beach, US

Alumni Show, Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University, Middletown, US
Black Belt, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, US
Commodification of Buddhism, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, US
Fresh Talk Revisited, A/P/A Studies Gallery, New York University, New York, US
Full Frontal, Contemporary Asian Artists from the Logan Collection, Denver Art Museum, Denver, US
Paradise/Paradox, Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, US

Black Mariah Film Festival, Jersey City, US
It's Unfair!, Museum de Paviljoens, Almere, NL
Manifeste, oder: Ergriffenheit–was ist das?, Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich, DE
The Mind is a Horse, Bloomberg Space, London, UK

A Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities, Selections from the Vicki and Kent Logan
Collection, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, Califorina, US
I Love (benefit exhibition), Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
Translated Acts, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, DE, Queens Museum of Art, New York, US

The Whitney Biennale, New York, US
Drawings 2000, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, US
Korean Embassy, New York, US
Juvenilia, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California, US
Koreamericakorea, Artsonje Center, Seoul, KR; Sonje Museum, Kyungju, KR
The Korean War and American Art: Fifty Years Later, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, US
Media_City Seoul 2000, National Historical Museum, Seoul, KR
Psycho, Art and Anatomy, Anne Faggianto Fine Art, London, UK
Whitney Biennial 2000, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, US

Matthew McCaslin, SUSn Etkin, Michael Joo, PS.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York, US
Nine International Artists at Wanås, Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, SE
Selections from the Permanent Collection, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, US

2nd Johannesburg Biennial 1997, Museum of Africa, Johannesburg, ZA
Art Club Berlin, Berlin, DE
Art in the Anchorage, Creative Time, Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Brooklyn, US
Group Show: Painting, Photography, Drawing, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, US
Techno-Seduction, Cooper Union School of Art, New York, US
Transmission, L´Ecole des Beaux Arts Galerie, Paris, FR

Against, Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London, UK
The Damien Hirst Collection, Quo Vadis, London, UK
Joo, Sheward & White, Wigram, The Post Office, London, UK
Patrick Painter Editions, Bloom Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

La Belle et la Bête, (Beauty and the Beast), Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France (ARC), Paris, FR
Better Living Through Chemistry, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, US
Configura 2: Dialog der Kulturen, Erfurt, DE
Institute of Cultural Anxiety, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK
Kwangju Biennale, Kwangju Contemporary Museum, Kwangju, KR
Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, US
Portalen, Copenhagen, DK
Thomas Nordanstad Gallery, New York, US

Institute of Cultural Anxiety, ICA, London, UK
Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
Nordic Arts Centre, Helsinki, Finland; Kunstverein, Hannover, DE
What Is in Your Mind?, Tekniska Museet, Stockholm, SE

Across the Pacific, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, US
Aperto-93, 45th Venice Biennale, Venice, IT
Changing I: Dense Cities, Shedhalle, Zurich, CH
The Final Frontier, New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York, US
Galerie Max Hetzler, Cologne, DE
In Out of the Cold, Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena, San Francisco, US
Nordanstad Gallery, New York, US (with Rachel Berwick)
Recent Acquisitions, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, SE
Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE

Galerie Metropol, Vienna, AT
Mimique, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, US
Unfair, Nordanstad Gallery at Balloni Halle, Cologne, DE

Demolition Daze, exhibition/auction, Rifle Sport Gallery, Minneapolis, US

Miki Wick Kim, Korean Contemporary Art, Prestel, London, UK

Wiberg, Maria, et al., eds. Glasstress Stockholm, Grafiche Veneziane, Venice, IT
Francesca Giubilei, ed. Glasstress 2011, Marsilio Editori, Venice, IT
Companion to Focus: The Figure: Art from the Logan Collection, Denver Art Museum, Denver, US
Rethinking Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education, Routledge, New York, US

John Gray and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Damien Hirst, Michael Joo: Have You Ever Really Looked at the Sun?, Haunch of Venison, London, UK

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Paul Black, Bruce W. Ferguson and Hyunsun Tae. Michael Joo 87 – 07, Other Criteria, London, UK

Hyunsun Tae, Michael Joo, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, KR (English and Korean)
RADAR: Selections from the Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan,Denver Art Museum, Denver, US
Alyson Baker and Ivana Mestrovic, eds. Socrates Sculpture Park, Yale University Press, New Haven, US

Farver, Jane and Daniel Birnbaum, Charles Gaines, Michael Joo, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, US

Gina Dent, ‘Michael Joo: a Rock and a Hard Place.’ In Fresh Talk/Daring Gazes: Conversations on Asian American Art, Elaine Kim, Margo Machida, and Sharon Mizota, eds.; forward by Lisa Lowe, University of California Press, Berkeley, US
Madeleine Grynsztejn, Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, US

Christine Kim, Black Belt, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, US
Park, Kyung-mee and Ronald Jones, Michael Joo, Korean Culture & Arts Foundation, Seoul, KR
Yu Yeon Kim, Gao Ming-Lu, Fumio Nanjo, and Wang Mo-lin. Translated Acts: Performance and Body Art from
East Asia 1990-2001, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, DE
La Biennale di Venezia, 49. Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte: Plateau dell’Umanita. la Biennale di Venezia, IT
Park, Kyung-mee and Ronald Jones. Michael Joo. Seoul: The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, KR
Ralph Rugoff, A Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities: Selections from the Vicki and Kent Logan Collection, California College of the Arts, San Francisco and Oakland, US

David Ross, Miwon Kwon, and Laura Kang; forward by Christine Bosworth,Koreamericakorea, Artsonje Center. Seoul, KR
Maxwell Anderson, Michael Auping, Valerie Cassel, Hugh M. Davies, Jane Farver, Andrea Miller-Keller, and Lawrence Rinder, Whitney Biennial 2000, Harry N. Abrams, New York, US
Klaus Kertess,  Drawings 2000 at Barbara Gladstone Gallery, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, US
Song, Misook, Barbara London, Jeremy Millar, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, and Byounghak Ryu,Media_City Seoul 2000, Seoul, KR: National Historical Museum, UK
Simon Taylor, and Christine Y. Kim. The Korean War in American Art and Culture: Fifty Years Later, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, US

Marika and Charles Wachtmeister and Robert Storr. Wanås 1998. Knislinge, Wanås Foundation, Kinslinge, SE
Ed. by Jonathan Hay and Mimi Young, Contemporary Asian & Asian American Art, New York University Press, New York, US and London, UK

Robert Rindler and Deborah Willis, Technoseduction, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, US

Francesco Bonami, Echoes: Contemporary Art at the Age of Endless Conclusion, The Monacelli Press, New York, US

Klaus and Heiner Muhlmann et al. Honnef,Crash der Kulturen; Herausgegeben im Auftrag derLandeshauptstadt Erfurt und des Freistaates Thuringen von Configura-Projekt / Configura 2; Dialog der Kulturen; Band 3), Erfurt, DE
LynnGumpert, La Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast), Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, FR
Jeremy Millar and Francis McKee, The Institute of Cultural Anxiety: Works from the Collection, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London, UK
Eon-jong Song, Lim Yung-bang, Lee Yongwoo, Kwang-su Oh, Kathy Halbreich, Wankyung Sung, Jean de Loisy, Anda Rottenberg, Clive Adams, and Hong-june You, International exhibition of contemporary art: beyond the borders: Kwangju Biennale 1995, Kwang-Ju Biennale Foundation, Seoul, KR
Jane Farver, Elaine Kim and Young Chul Lee, Across the Pacific, Queens Museum of Art, New York, US

Richard Shone, Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away, Serpentine Gallery Trust, London, UK

Renny Pritikin and René de Guzman, In Out of the Cold, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, US

Sutton, B., Brooklyn Museum Announces Series of Exhibitions Showcasing Emerging Brooklyn Artists, The L Magazine, July
‘Questionnaire: Michael Joo.’ ArtAsiaPacific, Issue #73, May/June, p.168

Rimanelli, D. Michael Joo at Anton Kern Gallery. Artforum, February, p.198

Wilson, M., ‘Michael Joo at Anton Kern Gallery’, Time Out (New York), #739 (26 November – 2 December), p.48

Sirmans, F., ‘Neo-HooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith’, New Haven, Yale University Press
Carlin, T.J., ‘NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith’, Time Out (New York), January

Yang, H., ‘Pursuing A Passage: The World of Michael Joo.’ Public Art (Seoul), (January), p.64-69

‘Art.’ Joong Ang Daily, 9 September
‘Asia Catches Biennale Bug.’ International Herald Tribune, 13 June
‘Building A Work of Art: Exploring the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, An Addition to the Denver Art Museum.’ Denver Post, 6 October
Eretica: Dalla Trascendenza al Profano a cura Demetrio Paparoni e Gianni Mercurio. Palermo: Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna
Akbar, A. ‘Murderme: Hirst’s £100m Art Collection On View.’ The Independent, 25 November, p.8
Baker, A.C. ‘Buzz Worthy: The Bong Show.’ Village Voice, 21 December
Boucher, B. ‘Michael Joo at the Bohen Foundation.’ Art In America, vol. 94, #3, March, p.147
Burke, G. ‘Distance Up Close: The Asian Biennials.’ Art Asia Pacific, no. 50, Fall 2006, p.86-89
Chandler, V. ‘Special Exhibitions From Within.’ Rocky Mountain News, 11 October
Dorment, R. ‘The Monster We’re Lucky To Have.’ Telegraph, 28 November
Glueck, G. ‘Michael Joo.’ The New York Times, 20 January
Halle, H. ‘Can Abyss.’ Time Out (New York), #585 14 – 27 December, p.12
Hwang, Y. ‘Exhibition Transcends Boundaries, Collisions.’ The Korea Herald
MacMillan, K. ‘Eye-Popping Art: At The Hamilton, A Spectacular Blast From the Here and Now.’ Denver Post, 25 November
MacMillan, K. ‘DAM’s Best Friends.’ Denver Post, 11 October
Park, S. ‘Gwangju’s Artists Link Up with Asia.’ Joong Ang Daily, 25 August
Murai, N and H. Yeshin K. ‘Gwangju Biennale.’ CAA Reviews, 14 December
Seo, D. ‘Kwangju Art Festival Stands at Crossroads.’ The Korea Times, 8 September
Sewell, B. ‘The Darkest Hour of Damien Hirst.’ Evening Standard, 24 November, p.36-37
Verlende, T. ‘Fever Variations—The 6th Gwangju Biennale 2006.’ NY Arts, September/October
Zeitz, L. ‘Ein Zebra ohne seine Streifen.’ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14 January

Jana, R. ‘Age of Enlightenment: Michael Joo Gets the Buddha Ready for His Closeup at the Asia Society.’ Time Out (New York), no.491, 24 February – 2 March, p.71
‘Asia Society.’ The New Yorker, Vol. 81, #6, 28 March 28, p.13
Baker, K. ‘Artists Around World Answer the Call of a Monumental Task. San Francisco Chronicle, p.16
Black, P. ‘The Real and the Imagined: A Conversation with Michael Joo.’ Sculpture, Vol. 24, #5, June, p.4
‘On Now, On Soon.’ Flash Art International, v.38, no. 244, October, p.62
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Goodman, W., ‘Let’s Play Dream House.’ New York Magazine, vol. 38, #39, 7 November, p.56
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Tsai, E. ‘Michael Joo: ‘Still Lives’.’ Time Out (New York), #528, 10 – 16 November, p.67

Koslow Miller, F. ‘Michael Joo – MIT List Visual Arts Center.’ Artforum, February
Mills, M. ‘Wandering Joo.’ New Times Broward-Palm Beach, 29 April – 5 May
Russell, C. ‘Northern Exposures.’ City Link (Palm Beach), 31 March
Barnett, K. ‘Korean-American Artist Shows Work In LW.’ Lake Worth Forum, 20 April
Sjostrom, J. ‘Maintaining A Fragile Balance.’ Palm Beach Daily News, 3 May

Farver, J. and Birnbaum D, Gaines C. & Joo M. Michael Joo. Cambridge: MIT List Visual Arts Center
Jun, C., ‘The Metaphoric Musings of a Korean-American Artist.’ The Korea Herald, 4 December
Silver, J., ‘There’s (Scientific) Method To His Madness.’ Boston Herald, 14 November
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Jun, C., ‘[Sculpture] Coyote Howling; The Metaphoric Musings of a Korean-American artist.’ Korea Now (Digital Korea Herald) 26 July
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Sand, O., ‘Asian Art Profile, Michael Joo and Doho Suh.’ The Asian Art Newspaper, v.6, no.3, p.6
Schmerler, S., ‘Spirited Away: Three Exhibitions of Buddhist Art Point the Way to Enlightenment.’ Time Out (New York), no.396 (1-8 May), p.56
Genocchio, B., ‘Old Faces Inaugurate a Renovated Gallery for Wesleyan.’ New York Times, 16 November

Anderson, M., ‘Artist Tinkers with Notions of Sculpture.’ The Korea Times, 30 November,City Edition, no.16193, p.16
Church, A., ‘Michael Joo at Anton Kern Gallery.’ Flash Art, v.35, no.227 (November/December)
Cotter, H., ‘Calligraphy, Cavorting Pigs and Other Body-Minded Happenings.’ New York Times, 25 January, Late Edition—Final, Section E, Column 1, p.45
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Chong D,, ‘Korean American Views: on Exile, Travel, and Belonging.’ ARTAsiaPacific(Australia) no.29, p.27-9
Hubl, M., SUSnne Boecker, Doris von Drather, Heinz-Norbert Jocks and Paolo, Bianchi. ‘Die Landerpavillons: ein Fotorundgang von Wolfgang Tragers.’ Kunstforum International(Germany), no.156 (August-October), p.187-287
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Jae-hee, L., ‘Exhibition focuses on Korean-American Heritage,’ The Korea Herald, 27 May, no.14, 490, p.12
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‘Techno-Seduction: An Exhibition of Multimedia Installation Work by Forty Artists.’ Art Journal, v.56, no.1 (Spring), p.113-45

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