2002 – 2003

Contrary Equilibriums: 12th Annual Exhibition

September 27 to November 8, 2002

A collaboration with The Korea Society.

Eleven artists reflect the diversity of work being done today. Selected artists were chosen from a national field of nearly 150 submissions by the selection panel: Mihee Ahn, Timothy Liu, Margo Machida Tricia Paik, and Lydia Yee

Participating Artists:

Not Your Chop Suey Chinatown: Eight Photographers selected by Corky Lee

December 6, 2002 - January 13, 2003

Each artist offers a different point of view that expresses the contemporary world of Chinatown in today's society. After 9/11, this exhibition seeks to show the inner life of Chinatown. Bringing these images into focus may help alter how Chinatown is regarded, cutting through misperceptions.

Below the Canal: after 9/11

March 21 - May 2, 2003

This exhibition is of artists who experienced 9/11 first hand as long time residents in Lower Manhattan and the Chinatown neighborhood. Their work can help to revitalize Lower Manhattan and place 9/11 in a context of local history. The indigenous role and vital meaning of New York’s downtown should not be diminished by large scale undertakings.

Shaping Wholeness: Asian American Artists Create

March 15 – April 28, 2002

Elmhurst Hospital exhibition.

Curated by Robert Lee.

David Diao/Gang Zhao: Mid Career IV

May 16 - June 27, 2003

Nominating Panelists: Ko'an Jeff Baysa, Emily Cheng, Johnathan Goodman, and Lilly Wei.