3 Installations

Michael Ano, Heejung Shin, Audrey Hope

3 Installations is a group exhibition curated by Thomas Lamprecht featuring works by –three UCSD MFA graduate students Michael Ano, Heejung Shin and Audrey Hope.

Michael Ano was the co-founder and director of Catalyst Gallery at University of California, Irvine from 2005-2007. In 2008 he founded ASAP (after school arts program) a nomadic arts education collective modeled after the grade school programs of the same name. Ano has mediated projects at Visual Communications, Outpost for Contemporary Art, Otis College of Art and Design, the New Museum’s Ideas City, and Slanguage’s Third World Creative.  His work has been exhibited at the Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Sea and Space Explorations, the San Diego Art Institute, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. He has worked organizing educational programs and outreach at the Orange County Museum of Art, the Norton Simon Museum, the New Museum, University of California, San Diego, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

Heejung Shin was born in 1988 in Pusan, South Korea and started to study Art in Seoul, South Korea in 2000.  In 2012 she double major in Visual Communication and in Painting receiving her BFA from the Collage of Art, Seoul National University. 2017 candidate for the MFA in Visual Arts, College of Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego

Audrey Hope attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2014. After receiving her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in association with Tufts University in 2008, Hope was awarded a 2014 Traveling Fellowship by the School. Recent exhibitions include MaRS Gallery (Los Angeles), Centro de las Artes de San Agustín (Oaxaca), the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, OSLO10 (Basel), kijidome (Boston), xpon-art (Hamburg), SOMA (Mexico City), CaSa (Oaxaca), Fringe Projects (Miami), the Manhattan Beach Art Center, and Santa Ana College. Hope was an Artist-in-Residence at Ox-Bow in Michigan this fall.

Working in a variety of media: drawing, video and sculpture, these artists employ their specific visual strategies to engage the viewer in the power, energy and voice of art. The exhibition opens on November 16th from 5:30p to 8p, with artist discussions from 6-7 pm. 

ADGY Art is focused on representing pivotal contemporary artists and their masterworks in painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and video.  The gallery has a schedule of curated shows through the 2017 season at La Plaza La Jolla.