Jiha Moon To Represent Georgia in National Survey

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Known for her paintings and ceramic works that intentionally confuse Asian and Western cultural references, Jiha Moon has been selected to represent Georgia in “Organic Matters: Women to Watch 2015” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The fourth iteration of the survey will appear at the Washington, DC, museum next summer (June 5-September 13, 2015).

Moon was selected by NMWA curator Ginny Treanor from a group of five women that also includes Sarah Emerson, Rocio Rodriguez, Megan Mosholder, and Elizabeth Turk. All five were selected by High Museum curator Michael Rooks as the “Georgia Women to Watch.”

Order a copy of BURNAWAY #2: EXCHANGE to read a conversation between Jiha Moon and Renée Stout.

Jiha Moon, Time Out, 2014; ink and acrylic on Hanji on canvas, 20 by 24 inches.
Jiha Moon, Time Out, 2014; ink and acrylic on Hanji on canvas, 20 by 24 inches.

 

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