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The girls of Curator’s Office:
News about Jiha Moon & Kathryn Cornelius

Curator’s Office is delighted to announce news about artists
Jiha Moon and Kathryn Cornelius.

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has acquired a large work by Jiha Moon entitled Farewellscape (2006). Recommended by John Ravenal, the Sydney and Frances Lewis  Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, the work was purchased by the museum’s Fabergé Society whose goal is to support art acquistions at VMFA.


Jiha Moon, Farewellscape, ink & acrylic on HanJi paper, 57″ x 30″, 2006

Additionally, Jiha Moon will be having her first solo museum exhibition at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina from January 26 – July 6, 2008 as part of the museum’s Vantage Point series.

Jiha Moon will be having her second solo exhibition at Curator’s Office in September of 2007.


Kathryn Cornelius is currently exhibiting a body of work entitled Resolve at The
Palazzo delle Arti in Naples, Italy.

The exhibition is called Eroi! come noi…?  (Heroes! like us …?) and runs April 5 thru
June 27, 2007. Curated by Julia Draganovic, the exhibition includes artists Charlotte Ginsborg, Marco Giovani, Ilya Kabakov, Tom Sanford, and Hu Yang among others.

Resolve 2

Kathryn Cornelius, Resolve #2, video still, archival digital print, 20″ x 30″, 2005

Kathryn Cornelius will be performing a Hollywood-style piece called Recognition at the artDC Fair this Thursday evening, April 26, at 8 pm. Tickets that evening to the greater artDC Fair from 7:30 – 9:30 pm are $ 35. Go to artDC fair for more ticket information.

Kathryn Cornelius will present a durational live performance piece as part of Site Projects DC during June and July as part of a project curated by Welmoed Laanstra for the WPA/C (Washington Project for the Arts/Corcoran).

Cornelius will be having her first solo exhibition at Curator’s Office in October/November, 2007.