SVA Fine Arts Students Exhibit Work in ‘Prime Time’

NEW YORK—The gallery was staged with a series of disparate, yet intriguing works created in a range of mediums. Textured wood was carved into an enormous, contemplative head study and the red yarn pooling on the floor was part of a dramatic “chandelier.”

“Prime Time 2012,” an exhibit at the School of Visual Arts, featured the work of BFA students in the fine arts department. The showcase was on view at SVA’s Westside Gallery on West 21st Street from Sept. 29 to Oct. 20, 2012.

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Above, Installation view of “Red Chandelier.” Top of page, In foreground, “Psychotherapy II,” 2012 (plywood) by So Ra Kang and, in background, “In Between; Irresolute Moment,” 2012 (layered wood) by Sojin Lim.

Detail of “Red Chandelier,” 2012 (plywood, wood, string) by Wei Dong.

Detail of “Red Chandelier.”

“Traveling,” 2012 (mixed media) by Sojin Lim, with at left, three works titled “Kiss,” 2012 (plaster) by Narae Sung.

Detail of “Traveling.”

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