Art Projects International

Spotlight

“The Excursion that I Missed” is the largest work in “Myong Hi Kim: Portraits,” measuring 47 1/2 x 141 3/4 inches. Inspired by a personal experience of a school trip the artist missed out on as a child, the painting tells a story of the loss. A group of young girls, some holding cherry blossoms, stand out from the blackness of the chalkboard. Kim adds her own text over the existing markings on the chalkboard – mathematical notations, random names and informal notes – left by the school children long gone.

Art Projects International is pleased to present Monocromo, paintings by Mariano Ferrante. The exhibition focuses on Ferrante’s works from the last two years and presents paintings of complex two-dimensional structures that reveal themselves as monochromes when viewed from a distance.