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Ken Gun Min


Westlake (Thirteen missing women), 2023

Korean pearl pigment, silk embroidery,

beads, crystals, and oil on canvas

80 x 60 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles


 

Yucca (echo park lake), 2022

Korean pearl pigment, silk thread, embroidery

wax, collected beads, and oil on raw canvas

63 x 39 3/8 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles.


 

Night Cruiser (Chestnut Tree), 2023

Korean pearl pigment, embroidery,

and oil on canvas

60 x 40 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles.


 

Night Cruiser (Westlake), 2023

Korean pearl pigment, silk embroidery,

and oil on canvas

50 x 41 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles.


 

An eclipse does not come alone (West Lake Moon, East Lake Sun), 2023

Korean pearl pigment, oil paint, silk embroidery, beads, and crystals on canvas

80 x 120 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles.


 

Bathers, 2023

Korean pearl pigment, silk

embroidery, and oil on canvas

80 x 60 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles.


 

1984 (Portrait series from oral interview with immigrant Asian-American gay couple), 2022 Korean pigment, oil on raw canvas 35 x 30 in

Courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian,

Los Angeles.


 


KEN GUN MIN (b. 1976 Seoul, Korea, lives and works in Los Angeles, CA) studied painting and art history and theory at Hongik University in Seoul, Korea and received his MFA from the Academy of Art University of San Francisco. He was a Hopper Prize finalist and received awards from Direktorenhaus, Berlin, DE and the Kellogg Foundation, New York, NY, and was recently featured in the Craft Contemporary Museum's exhibition Strings of Desire. He has a forthcoming presentation at the Denver Art Museum and a solo exhibition at Shulamit Nazarian in late 2023.






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