Christopher K HO (New York & Providence)

St. Joseph as Model

Christopher K. Ho examined the process by which artists are made and culture is packaged using instructional diagrams on “tiger” parenthood and life planning in an Asian/American context.

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Hong Kong-born, New York-based Christopher K. Ho employs diverse formats to explore often-invisible social forces implicating contemporary art. His works are site-oriented and produced collaboratively. Ho calibrates fiction, fact, and figment into a precarious universe to examine the process by which artists are made and culture is packaged. He has had solo exhibitions at Winkleman Gallery, NYC (2010, 2008); FJORD, Philadelphia (2013); and Galeria EDS, Mexico City (2009). He participated in the Incheon Biennial (2009), the Chinese Biennial Beijing (2008), and the Busan Bienniale (2008), and produced site-specific pieces for Storm King (2013) and the Cranbrook Art Museum (2011).

Christopher K Ho’s participation in FIELD MEETING is supported by SCREEN

Top Right: Image courtesy of Derick Marquez.
Bottom Left: Christopher K. Ho, Three Critiques, 30x50in, 2015. Courtesy of the artist.