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Artist: Chunwoo Nam
Title: Individual Story I
Medium: 10 color hand drawn stone lithograph
Dimensions: 15 x 29 inches
Edition Size: 20
Printers: Phil Sanders, and Deborah Chaney
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About this Image:
Individual Story I is an eight run, ten-color lithograph printed from stones and plates. Nam utilized a variety of drawing techniques and materials to create this image, namely crayons, maniere noire, blends, and transparent flats. Individual Story I is part of a series of images that portray the specific challenges Nam has faced as an Asian artist in middle America. Nam struggles with the pressures of assimilation and often sees his own struggles mirrored in his daughter’s daily experiences. Individual Story I speaks of reluctant ears, silent screams, and distant memories interwoven with the American dream.
Chunwoo Nam was born in Seoul, Korea and holds degrees from the University of HongIk, Korea, the Tamarind Institute for Lithography, NM and the University of Buffalo, NY. His work is exhibited internationally and he has taught at the Herron School of Art in Indiana. His work can be found in the following collections: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan, R.O.C, Kennedy Museum of Art, OH, the Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Russia, and more.