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Moon Yong Shin – Part I: New Painting

Oct 30, 1996 - Nov 12, 1996
Abstract painting with marks of red, blue, white, black and grey

Moon-Yong Shin, Shadow, 1996, 24” x 30”, oil on canvas.



A two-part exhibition by Moon-Yong Shin, and abstract painter who draws most of his inspirations from nature. The work of Moon-Yong Shin has been extensively exhibited in Korea and Japan, and only recently has he gained fame in the West. The first part of his displayfeatures his newest works:interpretations, in oils and acrylic, of woodland and forest scenes, inspired by the artist’s current visit to the United States. This display will be immediately followed by a showing of Moon-Yong Shin’s “wave” paintings—the artist’s interpretations of seascapes, painted in oils over the course of more than a decade.

Venue Information Opening Reception
  • Date: Oct 30, 1996 - Nov 12, 1996
  • Location:Paul Robeson Campus Center
  • Curators:PRG

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