ID, Please reexamines life abroad through the eyes of Korean-heritage and immigrant artists
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The Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. (KCCDC) proudly presents ID, Please, a new exhibition that seeks to unravel experiences of cultural, environmental, and social change brought about by international migration and the chaotic nature of mixed national identity. Featuring works by Michelle Cho, YunKyoung Cho, Josephine Lee, Sammy Lee and Haelim Choi Allen, Korean-heritage artists whose ages and experiences span those of both first- and second-generation immigrant communities, ID, Please will be on view from October 15 through December 3, 2021.\ \ \ \ The five participating artists tackle these thorny and deeply personal issues by pushing the limits of their methods and materials, which include video, sculpture, painting, and installation. Their collective hope is that this exhibition will shine a light on how individuals both seek out and create their own identity and ego while living abroad and interacting with the complex visual language of diverse cultures.
- Start:October 15, 2021
- End:October 15, 2021
- Where:2370 Massachusetts Ave NW, 2370 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest,, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20008
- Event Type: Other
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