“Near Misses,” an exhibition featuring recent works by Professor Imin Yeh and San Francisco based artist Jon Gourley is on view at Bass & Reiner Gallery.
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School of Art Professors Clayton Merrell and Imin Yeh, along with alumni Crystala Armagost BFA ‘03, Terry Boyd BFA ‘09, Sarika Goulatia BFA ‘06, Samira Shaheen BFA ‘81, are among the artists in the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s 106th Annual Exhibition.
“This is a Valuable Collection,” on view at Handwerker Gallery at Ithaca College, replicates the model of the chained library of the Middle Ages to house every paper facsimile and sculpture made by Imin Yeh to date.
The exhibition includes work from Professor Imin Yeh and Adjunct Professors Scott Andrew and John Peña.
“Here is Something That You Might Like to Have” is an exhibition of collaborative works by Professors Imin Yeh and Paul Mullins that is concerned with how we converse with our pasts, and examines the correlations between wanting, reminiscence, and gift giving.
Among the artists included in the exhibition are School of Art Professors Andrew Ellis Johnson, Paolo Pedercini, and Imin Yeh and alumni Lauren Frances Adams MFA ’07, Michael Mallis BFA ’08, and Jina Valentine BFA ’01.
Featured in the exhibition is newly commissioned work by artist-in-residence Professor Yeh. Through her painstakingly crafted, obsessively detailed paper reproductions of collection artifacts, Yeh defeats the utility of the objects, and draws attention to the human labor behind them.
This year’s conference, titled Graphic Mimicry: Intermediality in Print and the Art of Imitation, will examine the intervisual dialogue between prints and other media from both a historical and contemporary perspective of the medium.
Professors Imin Yeh and John Peña were invited to create a new work of art in an edition of 20 for this year’s CSA PGH (Community Supported Art).
Imin Yeh is an interdisciplinary and project-based artist working in sculpture, installation, and participatory events. Her projects use Print Media as a technical tool for realizing the ambition of large-scaled work and Print as a conceptual strategy for exploring free, exchange, and craft based economies. The projects utilize repetitive handcraft and mimicry as a strategy… Read more »