Nanyang Siang Pau Weeky Double Page Feature in Malaysia


Chew Yee Guan 周季鋺 of Nanyang Siang Pau Weeky 南洋商報周刊 in Malaysia wrote a double page exclusive interview for the Sept 11th, 2011 edition - "After 9/11 Art: A Pair of Chopsticks & Twin Towers 后九一一艺术:一双筷子与双子塔."

Click to article on Nanyang Siang Pau Weeky 南洋商報周刊


9/11 Red White Blue on SinoVision TV News Feature


The Mandarin news report video "Red White Blue: Chinese Descendence Artist Chinese Offering to 911" 红白蓝:华裔艺术家中国式祭奠911 was featured on the NYC Chinese Cable TV News on Sunday, Sept 10th, 2011. Shot and produced by Xi Yuan He 何晰媛 on location at Pace University and the Manhattan Borough President's Office, both blocks east of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan.

Click to video on SinoVision 美国中文电视


Xinhua News Agency: One Bowl of Rice Two Pieces of Chopsticks


The official Xinhua News Agency 新华通讯社 newswire story "One Bowl of Rice Two Pieces of Chopsticks" 一碗米饭两根筷子 by Yuting Sun 孙宇挺 of the China News Service US Bureau 中国新闻社美国分社 from a personal interview on the "10th Anniversary of September 11th in Red White Blue - Chee Wang Ng: September 11th Memorial Installation" is featured in over 100 news web sites (on last tracking), in newspapers across the US, Canada, China, Taiwan, and in all 4 major Chinese newspapers in Malaysia - China Press 中國報, Guang Ming Daily 光明日報, Sin Chew Jit Poh 星洲日報, and Nanyang Siang Pau 南洋商報.


10th Anniversary of September 11th in Red White Blue


"10th Anniversary of September 11th in Red White Blue - Chee Wang Ng: September 11th Memorial Installation" is produced by the Asian American/Asian Research Institute together with Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer Office, Pace University, and New Jersey City University with related lecture and program for the 2011 commemoration. The Red installation is exhibited in the Manhattan Borough President Office, with the White installation at Pace University - both located only blocks away east of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan; while the Blue installation in a 9/11 group exhibition at the New Jersey City University, Jersey City - the closest part of neighboring New Jersey just west of Ground Zero across from the Hudson River. The World Trade Center is own by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The duration of the exhibition at each venue vary with all three installations be on view concurrently on September 11th.

RED - Manhattan Borough President's Office
One Centre Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10007
Sept 1st - 30th, 2011

WHITE - Birnbaum Library, Pace University
One Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038
Sept 8th - 22nd, 2011

BLUE - Visual Arts Gallery, New Jersey City University
100 Culver Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Aug 29th - Sept 27th, 2011

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Manhattan Borough President’s Office
Scott M. Stringer Opening Reception

One Centre Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10007
Sept 6th, Tues. 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Confucius Institute at Pace University
Peace & Harmony: Reflections from
Chinese New Yorkers on 10th Anniv. of 9/11
Student Union - Lecture

One Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038
Sept 22nd, Thur. 4:00 – 7:30 p.m.

New Jersey City University
Afterwards & Forward: A Ten-Year 9/11
Reflective Art - Artists’ Reception

Visual Arts Gallery
100 Culver Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Sept 12th, Mon. 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.


Afterwards & Forward: A Ten Year 9/11 Reflective Art Exhibition


Midori Yoshimoto, Ph.D. together with her New Jersey City University 9/11 exhibition committee had selected September 11th Memorial Installation for Afterwards and Forward: A Ten Year 9/11 Reflective Art Exhibition, featuring 18 artists which includes Yoko Ono, Ultra Violet, Joel Meyerowitz, with two artworks on loan from the National 9/11 Memorial Museum and published a catalogue for the exhibition.

Aug 29th - Sept 27th, 2011
Visual Arts Gallery
New Jersey City University
100 Culver Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305


Click to download catalogue in pdf format

Click to listing on Art in America

Click to Brendan S. Carroll's article on hyperallergic.com

Click to article on New Jersey Independent

Click to article on The Jersey Journal

Click to interview of Summer Dawn Hortillosa with Midori Yoshimoto

Click to see Video on The Jersey Journal by Adam Holsten

Video Exhibition at Corcoran's Gallery 31, Washington, DC


108 Global Rice Bowls has been selected from entries from an international pool of artists for Transient - an exhibition of only 16 video-based artworks focusing on themes of change in human condition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art/College of Art + Design, a block away from the White House.

Aug 10th – 21st, 2011

Corcoran Gallery of Art/College of Art + Design
500 Seventeenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Click to Corcoran web page

Click to download Corcoran Press Release


NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation Photography Exhibition


Gregory Pierre Mink curated Four Seasons of Brilliance 1998 for NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation’s Art Collection NYC in FOCUS, vol. 2, photography exhibition featuring 50 New York based photographers focusing on the different aspects of the iconic imagery of NYC from architecture, landscape, culture, to the people of the five boroughs - a NYC experience in the spirit of the landmark Edward Steichen's 1955 global photo exhibition "The Family of Man."

June 23rd - July 14th, 2011

Bellevue Hospital Center
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Oct 13th - Dec 4th, 2011
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building P
Staten Island, NY 10301

Featured on Liechtenstein 88MOCCA Webmuseum


The installation Five Elements Mountain of Bowls of Rice 2008, and video 108 Global Rice Bowls 2008 are being featured on Liechtenstein 88MOCCA – The Museum of Chinese Contemporary Art on the web to support and showcase great Chinese contemporary art by means of quality information for the public. Jonathan Goodman's essay Chee Wang Ng: Eaten Your Fill of Rice? is also mentioned in the feature.


World Rice Research Conference Keynote Presentation


Photos from the Eaten Your Fill of Rice? series were part of the Keynote Presentation by Dr. Joachim von Braun, the Director of the Center for Development Research (ZEF Bonn) as the Director General of the International Food Policy Research Institute entitled The Changing Economics and Politics of Rice: Implications for Food Security, Globalization and Environmental Sustainability at the World Rice Research Conference in Tokyo in 2004 to the distinguish international delegates including HIH The Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan.


September 11th Memorial Installation in Red White Blue


RED - Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens College, CUNY

Chee Wang Ng: Sept 11th Memorial Installation
Queens College, Student Union Lobby
Sept 4th – 15th, 2010
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WHITE - Museum of Chinese in America

Chinatown POV: Reflections on September 11th
Sept 11th – Nov 30th, 2010
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BLUE - Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art

Chee Wang Ng: 9/11 Vigil
Sept 11th – Oct 9th, 2010
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LECTURE & PROGRAM:
Asian American / Asian Research Institute
Lecture in Memory of Dr. Thomas Tam 譚閔生
Sept 17th, Fri. 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Queens College, CUNY
Artist’s Talk
Sept 15th, Wed. 8:15 – 8:45 p.m.

Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art
Public Program: Meet the Artist
Sept 24th, Fri. 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Sept 25th, Sat. 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Catalogue in Public Library Collection


WorldCat - the world's largest network of library content & services that dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web documented that Eaten Your Fill of Rice? (ISBN: 0 9761698 0 0) is in the collection of The Thomas J. Watson Library of The Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as in The University of Kansas Library. It is also in the collection of both the Asian Art Archive in Hong Kong and the Asian Art Archive in America in NYC.

Cabinet magazine Exhibition - An Exchange with Sol LeWitt


The video Homage to Sol LeWitt, 2010 curated by Regine Basha is part of the two-part exhibition An Exchange with Sol LeWitt presented by the Cabinet magazine and MASS MoCA with a catalogue.
Jan 21st – March 5th, 2011

Cabinet
300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217


Click to download catalogue in pdf format

ISBN: 978 1 932698 52 7

Voices of Healing: Spirit and Unity After 9/11 in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community


September 11th Memorial Installation 2001-02 is featured in the book Voices of Healing: Spirit and Unity After 9/11 in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community, in the "Art for Peace" chapter. The first book that revealed the many moving stories of the under-documented experience of Asian Pacific Americans on September 11th and in its aftermath, the loss, survival and bravery with poignant photographs, artworks, uplifting letters and poems from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities. Publication of the Organization of Chinese Americas  美華協會. Edited by Icy Smith, and had won the 2004 Clarion Award in the non-fiction book category.



Published by Organization of Chinese Americans 美華協會 and East West Discovery Press, 2004

Click to download pdf page spray of "Art For Peace."

ISBN: 0970165420
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