Yeah, it's a copy of that.

Oct 21, 2011 artsnob commented on Glossing Over Upheaval and Violence.
Jen,

This does not seem like a review for the exhibition rather it sounds like a personal attack towards SAM and SAAM's "inside story." Isn't this supposed to be an unbiased critique of the show and not a vendetta towards SAM and SAAM's leaders? The connections that they have made with those in this city is frankly not up for debate nor warrants any of your criticism.

Stay to the point of your article as a review, ok?

Your descriptions of a few of the objects is "simple" to say the least. However, the rest of your "review" is confusing to me.

Still with me? Good.

I recently read Catherine Roche's "The Art of Creating a Label" on SAM's blog. It seems clear to me that she did not choose to write about "upheaval and violence" in the case of the Korean Buddha painting. If you really wanted to write your own Luminous label, there was an activity opening week that displayed several submitted labels next to the art works.

What do you have invested in Korea's history within Asia? This show included 13 countries and sought to draw unconventional connections between them. It was not a show devoted to Korea or any Asian countries' history.

Again, "Can beauty be absolutely free from time, space and context?"

Yes, and thanks to SAM for illuminating these art objects.
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Oct 21, 2011 artsnob commented on Glossing Over Upheaval and Violence.
Jen,

This does not seem like a review for the exhibition rather it sounds like a personal attack towards SAM and SAAM's "inside story." Isn't this supposed to be an unbiased critique of the show and not a vendetta towards SAM and SAAM's leaders? The connections that they have made with those in this city is frankly not up for debate nor warrants any of your criticism.

Stay to the point of your article as a review, ok?

Your descriptions of a few of the objects is "simple" to say the least. However, the rest of your "review" is confusing to me.

Still with me? Good.

I recently read Catherine Roche's "The Art of Creating a Label" on SAM's blog. It seems clear to me that she did not choose to write about "upheaval and violence" in the case of the Korean Buddha painting. If you really wanted to write your own Luminous label, there was an activity opening week that displayed several submitted labels next to the art works.

What do you have invested in Korea's history within Asia? This show included 13 countries and sought to draw unconventional connections between them. It was not a show devoted to Korea or any Asian countries' history.

Again, "Can beauty be absolutely free from time, space and context?"

Yes, and thanks to SAM for illuminating these art objects.

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