LOCATION: Lane Meyer Projects - 2528 Walnut St
EVENT CATEGORIES: Art Events | OPEN: Exhibits/Studios/Shops | Buy Art
PAST DATES AND TIMES
- Mon, Nov 2, 2020 - Sun, Nov 15, 2020
Terence Koh is a conceptual artist who translates his ideas through a wide variety of media and by synthesizing different art forms. From sculptural installations to theatrical performances, he explores a broad range of subjects such as identity, sexuality, politics, and the natural world. The work often stems from opposing themes: life and death, purity and perversion, beauty and repulsion, chaos and order. Ritualistic in its production and evocative in its final presentation, Koh’s work expands the discourse on conceptual art.
Terence Koh was born in Beijing, China and raised in Mississauga, Ontario. He received his BA from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver. Koh’s work has shown at institutions internationally, the subject of solo exhibitions at Schim Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany (2011); MUSAC, León, Spain (2008); the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2007); Kunsthalle Zürich, Switzerland (2006); and the Vienna Secession, Austria (2005). His work has also been shown at Tate Modern, London, UK; MoMA PS1, Queens, NY; The Garage Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia; and The New Museum, New York, NY. Koh is included in many notable collections, such as the Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Jumex Collection, Mexico City; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; MUSAC, León; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Modern, London; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Terence has decided to donate 50% of sales to the Colorado Wildlife Foundation
The Colorado Wildlife Foundation’s mission is to ensure a wildlife legacy for Colorado through support of environmental stewardship, conservation of wildlife and the protection of critical habitat. The Colorado Wildlife Foundation supports all 960 wildlife species and the habitats they need to survive in Colorado.
Lane Meyer Projects’ LMP PDA is a new public exhibition space where artworks will be displayed in our public-facing window vitrine every 2 weeks, until we open at full capacity. Exhibited artworks will be for sale and 100% of the sales will go directly to the artists, who have agreed to donate a portion to a social, political or otherwise engaged organization of their choice. LMP PDA is viewable 24/7 and we invite you to stop by anytime while wearing a mask and practicing appropriate social distancing - it’s our way to propose a new way of thinking and looking together, while we’re staying apart.