Chris Dorosz

Stasis 111

acrylic paint on dripped onto acrylic rods, acrylic plastic support 

12.5 H x 28 W x 8 D inches

2017

Chris Dorosz

Stasis 120

acrylic paint on dripped onto acrylic rods, acrylic plastic support 

12.5 H x 20.5 W x 6.75 D inches

2017

Chris Dorosz

Stasis 119

acrylic paint on dripped onto acrylic rods, acrylic plastic support 

12.5 H x 20.5 W x 6.75 D inches

2017

Chris Dorosz

Installation view of the Rosh Series

Chris Dorosz

s.r.o

acrylic paint on monofilament, metal, jute on board 

14 H x 9.25 W x 11D inches

2017

Chris Dorosz

o.h.s

acrylic paint on monofilament, metal, jute on board 

14 H x 9.25 W x 11D inches

2017

Chris Dorosz

h.o.r

acrylic paint on monofilament, metal, jute on board 

14 H x 9.25 W x 11D inches

2017

Chris Dorosz

r.s.h

acrylic paint on monofilament, metal, jute on board 

14 H x 9.25 W x 11D inches

2017

Keun Young Park

“Breath In Between"
Micro-collage, torn and pasted photo on paper
40" x 32"

2016

Keun Young Park

“From Eden #7"
Micro-collage, torn and pasted photo on wood panel
48” x 36"

2017

Keun Young Park

"Untitled- Drooping Arm"

Torn and pasted photo on wood panel

40" x 30", framed

2017

Keun Young Park

“Dream In Between #18"
Micro-collage, torn and pasted photo on paper
40" x 32"

2016

Keun Young Park

“Dream In Between #19"
Micro-collage, torn and pasted photographic glossy paper on paper
32" x 40" 

2016

Keun Young Park

“Dream In Between #17"
Micro-collage, torn and pasted photo on paper
36" x 32”

2016

Keun Young Park

“Dream In Between #20 - Twin Dreamers"
Micro-collage, torn and pasted photo on paper
35" x 45" 

2016

Pulse Miami

Booth #S 202

presenting new works from Chris Dorosz and Keun Young Park

December 7 – 10, 2017

In booth S202, located in the south tent of the fair, Muriel Guépin Gallery will present an exhibition of two artists in the special CONVERSATIONS area of the fair, which offers a unique focus for exhibitors and visitors to explore new visual and conceptual dialogues between two artists.

 
 Keun Young Park reflects upon the flow of time, the birth and death of the body, the tangibility of the decay of form.  She shreds her photographs by hands only to rebuild them, but with evidence of its previous destruction.  Between the pasted pieces are thin, white, vein-like lines that reveal the texture of the paper's edge. Her collages have texture and the skin of her characters resembles bark of trees, scale of fishes or features of birds. Her bodies and portraits are fragile, yet have the presence and physicality that command attention.  Often times she splices images of nature with her bodies, to emphasize the cyclical existence of all things, all nature melds into one another.