MIE YIM, is a New York City based painter, from S. Korea. She has had numerous solo and group shows nationally and internationally. Most re-cently her solo shows include the Olympia Gallery, NY, Simone Subal Gallery, NY, and Inna Art Space in Hangzhou, China. Currently she is in a group show in S. Korea at Lehman Maupin Gallery. She is a recipient of a Pollock Krasner Grant, a Yaddo Foundation Fellowship, The Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Grant, The New York Foundation for the Arts Painting Fellowship in 2021 and 2015 and an Artist in the Market Place, Bronx Museum Award. She has a BFA in Painting from Philadelphia College of Art. She is represented by Simone Subal Gallery, New York City.
Spring' 24 Visiting Artists Presentations
Mie Yim, January 31st at 2:00 PM, Ceracche Center / RM 126
Andy Van Dinh, February 28th at 9AM, Ceracche Center / RM 126
ANDY VAN DINH was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he earned his BFA in Painting at the University of Calgary. He obtained his MFA in Painting at Hunter College in New York City. As a by-product of the wave of contemporary diasporas—although Andy did not experience exile firsthand, he is still defined by the effects of location, adaptation and resettlement. Through drawing methods, he creates realms of ambiguous spaces where the self and the other can be consolidated by forming a visual context. Drawing creates the ability to give a tangible presence to invisible and social obstructions. The drawings become evidence of his corporeal engagement with place; a sensory documentation of his being. Andy has shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions, nationally and internationally. He has been awarded fellowships from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the MacDowell Colony, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, the Vermont Studio Center, Anderson Ranch Residency, and the Wassaic Project Fellowship.