Hong Kong-born Christopher K. Ho employs diverse formats to explore often-invisible social forces implicating contemporary art from New York, where he works. His solo show 'Demoiselles d'Avignon' (2013, Y Gallery, New York) refracted Western abstraction through the eyes of a future class of refined Chinese princelings, while 'Privileged White People' (2013, Forever & Today, New York) examined the sensibility of artists who grew up during the affluent Clinton presidency. He has had solo exhibitions at Winkleman Gallery (2010, 2008) in New York; FJORD (2013) in Philadelphia; and at Galeria EDS (2009) in Mexico City. His work has been reviewed in the New York Times, Art in America, Modern Painters, Artforum, and ArtReview. He participated in the Incheon Biennial (2009), the Chinese Biennial Beijing (2008), and the Busan Bienniale (2008), and recently was included in group shows at Storm King Art Center (2013) and the Cranbrook Art Museum (2011), where he taught as the Critical Studies Fellow in 2010. He graduated from Cornell University and Columbia University, and teaches part time at RISD.
9 x 36¼ x 36¼ in 22.9 x 92.1 x 92.1 cm
Watermarked paper, Color-aid, glass, bleached white oak, rock salt
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