Holy Family University’s Art Gallery presents “Void,” an exhibition of color photographs by Sung S. Kim. The exhibit opens on Thursday, January 9 and runs through Wednesday, January 29. An opening reception will be held with the artist on Thursday, January 14, from 6—8 pm in the ETC Art Gallery.
Sung S. Kim’s work has been exhibited at Doosan Gallery New York, Forum Gallery at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Dukwon Gallery, Seoul; Sun Contemporary Gallery, Seoul; Palace of Arts, Cairo; and Tijuana Cultural Center, Tijuana, among others. His work is included in collections of the Korea Cultural Center, Seoul; Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, Seoul; Korea Foundation, Seoul; Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Seoul.
The University Art Gallery is located on the Lower Level of the Education & Technology Center on the University’s Northeast Philadelphia campus. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
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