Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
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Organizer
InLiquid Programming
DATE
February 22, 2020
– September 15, 2020
HOURS
LOCATION
The National: 121 N. 2nd Street
Exhibition Artsy Shop
INLIQUID MEMBERS
Kristin Schattenfield-Rein
Taesook Jung
The elegant works of Taesook Jung and Kristen Schattenfield-Rein highlight the tension of the delicate suppleness of Jung’s paintings with the crystalline solidity of Schattenfield-Rein’s sculptural wall works. Uniting these two artists and their works are a combined interest in eastern philosophical ideas of spiritual vitality, transition, and aesthetic experience.
Jung’s sumptuous paintings speak to a vigorous energy which communicates a universal harmony linking ones self with nature. Jung’s desire to share these lived experiences, which she symbolizes through Peonies, with her audience is an empathetic gesture of wellness and healing. Jung’s paintings are talismans of life’s energy that strive to connect the viewer to a blossoming majesty of feeling.
Schattenfield-Rein’s reflective constructions are built of glass, mineral, and wood in a manner that transcends their earth-bound and materialistic nature. Inspired by Buddhist beliefs of Bardo (the transitional states between death and re-birth), Schattenfield-Rein’s works pull the viewer into the midpoint between beauty and danger.
SPACE INFORMATION

The National and InLiquid are both dedicated to a meaningful partnership and a shared mission to support local artists in the region and to deliver rich visual content to help foster a vibrant creative community. This boutique-style Old City apartment complex will feature a rotating exhibition of original artwork made by local artists of Philadelphia. Exhibitions will be transformed every quarter. Exhibitions can be seen by appointment; call InLiquid to schedule: 215-235-3405.

EXHIBITION DOCUMENTATION

Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
Jung and Schattenfield-Rein exhibition documentation
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