July 10 – August 29 2021
Wednesday – Friday, Noon – 5PM by Appt.
Saturday + Sunday, Noon – 5PM
Minjae Kim’s inaugural solo exhibition, “I Was Evening All Afternoon” comprises seating, case pieces, lighting, and objets rendered from a material palette that deftly mixes solid woods, bamboo, fiberglass, ceramic, plaster, lacquer, raw canvas, pomegranate-dyed silk, and—importantly, vitally—a pair of gourds. A catalog accompanying the exhibition features a beautiful essay by Kim’s friend and colleague, the writer Su Wu, in which a quote from Wallace Stevens casually volleyed by Wu happily and inadvertently provides the architect-turned-furniture-maker with the title for the self-same exhibition. Visit Minjae’s debut exhibition through the end of August.