Schmidt Center Gallery
February 1 - March 30, 2002
Artists in the Exhibition: The FAU presentation includes Yi-Chul Shin, Han-Kee Cho (Korea), Aoi Okabayashi (Japan), Tori Arpad, Seo Eo and Heidi Preuss-Grew (USA).
Modern and contemporary ceramic artists have often looked to East Asia's ceramic art for technical and aesthetic inspiration. This exhibition presented artists from Korea, Japan and the USA who have created an exchange to explore the rich territory of traditions and current practice of ceramic arts. In 2000 this group of 15 artists exhibited in Seoul and Tokyo, and has shown their works in four South Florida venues including the Morikami Museum and Miami Dade Community College.
Images (clockwise from top left): Artist Aoi Okabayashi works with FAU art students on a temporary outdoor installation she created in the Department of Art's ceramic area in association with her ten day residency after the opening of EXCHANGE: Korea/Japan/USA, 2002. Completed view of Seo Eo's suspended sculpture for the Schmidt Center Gallery Public Space. Department of Art Graduate Studio Art majors and undergraduate Museum Studies students work with Seo Eo on the installation of this suspended sculpture for the Schmidt Center Gallery Public Space.
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