2000 – 2001

10th AAAC Annual Exhibition

September 22 – November 4, 2000

A collaboration with The Korea Society.

This exhibition includes selections from recent entries into the Asian American Artists Archive. This show does not adopt a theme nor seek to establish a current notion of "Asianness."

Panelists:
Participating Artists:

FIREHOUSE: AAAC 25th Anniversary

Octpber 30 – November 14, 1999

Organized by Young M. Park, Trinh Le, and Robert Lee.

Participating Artists:

Car Pooling from LA

November 17 – December 30, 2000

A collaboration with The Korea Society.

This show consists of four foreign born Asian American Artists. In all the work there is a attempt to make visible the experience of living in cities which are epicenters of colonized spaces. Cities represent achieved human experiences.

Organized by Tam Van Tran

Participating Artists:

Mid Career: Colin Lee

March 16 – April 28, 2001

The Arts Centre hosts the Mid Career Group annually to select peer artist/s to be featured in this exhibition series. This Mid Career Artist Exhibition features Colin Lee. Panelists were Natvar Bhavsar, Tony Wong, Byron Kim, Reiko Tomii, and Mako Wakasa.

Participating Artists:

Point Arabesque: Paintings by Charles Yuen

May 11 - June 23, 2001

Curated by Robert Lee.

Participating Artists:

Power Print

July 13 - Aug 3, 2001

This woodblock prints exhibition from Nepal reflects a view on modernity from a 3rd World nation that is shaped by the ancient Vedic language whose historic texts are crucial to the earliest beginnings of civilization. For Nepal this remains a living language today. Ram Kumar Panday through his own creative vision, has culled and combined these symbols and applied them to contemporary living.

Presented in collaboration with Yin Peet.

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