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Amy Lin

Amy Lin

Residence Period: 2013.07.02-2013.07.31

Amy Lin


Amy Lin is an American artist living and working in Washington, D.C. Lin has had 10 solo exhibitions in the United States and Asia including Andre Zarre Gallery in New York City and Addison/Ripley Fine Art in Washington, D.C. Lin has been reviewed in the Washington Post and American Contemporary Art magazine and published in New American Paintings and art critic Lenny Campello's book "100 Artists of Washington, D.C." Lin's drawings are held in many corporate and private collections throughout the US and Europe.


Lin's drawings explore the notion of interaction through patterns of tiny marks. On one level, the patterns are physical and the dots exist as particles or molecules. On another level, the interactions are social and the dots represent humans. Because the dots are hand-drawn, they are analogous to humans in a society - from a macroscopic level they are all the same, but close up the differences become apparent. These differences or "personalities" are what makes each of us beautiful.
While at 3331, Lin will create a series of drawings that explores the concept of diffusion in two ways. One is in terms of learning and sharing ideas by living in another culture. The other is by exploring the different areas of Tokyo and the connections between them.

< Opening Party >
Dates: July 12 Friday, 2013
Hours: 18:00 - 20:00
Admission: Free
Venue: 203 Residence Studio

< Exhibition >
Dates: July 4 Thursday, 2013 - July 29 Monday, 2013
Open only on Saturdays and Sundays
Hours: 11:00 - 19:00
Admission: Free
Venue: 203 Residence Studio