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March 5, 2020  |   The New York Times

By Jillian Steinhauer

Jaena Kwon’s creations at Space 776 are bright and beguiling; they could be oversized, flattened paper fortune tellers, but they’re actually made of hand-carved fiberboard.

September 23, 2019  |   Hyperallergic

"...Space 776 Gallery is pretty unorthodox. They have a space in Seoul, South Korea, and another in Brooklyn. Jourdain Jongwon Lee is the founder (pictured center) and he chose to open the space for a wide array of artists to exhibit; they show a lot of international artists, which is a treat in Bushwick. Thumbs up to the gallery’s embrace of the community — much needed — and they even have a residency ...I will be paying more attention to this unique space. "—Hrag Vartanian

June 5, 2019  |   Artnet

Jaena Kwon’s creations at Space 776 are bright and beguiling; they could be oversized, flattened paper fortune tellers, but they’re actually made of hand-carved fiberboard.

September 16, 2020  |   Artnet

The fall art season is in full swing, with Bushwick Open Studios and the NY Art Book Fair this weekend by Sarah Cascone...Hundreds of artists will throw open the doors of their studios this weekend for the 13th annual Bushwick Open Studios, offering visitors a chance to discover and even buy affordable works by the neighborhood’s emerging artists. To get the most out of your time, consider hitting up buildings that house many studios, such as ... Space776 (229 Central Avenue)

December 2, 2018  |   Cultbytes

In 2014, to pursue a career in the arts, Jongmin Joy Kim, or Joy, first moved to Manhattan from Korea. He spent six months at the School of Visual Arts but felt too confined in the institutional...

June 21, 2018  |   W Magazine

"...My only real public performance so far was in a show I had at this gallery called Space 776, where I laid on this gold sheet for three hours. Chella painted my entire body gold, but I was completely nude, and I told people they could lay down with or touch me. The gold came from how I documented five different couples and their stories, then gold-leafed their hands and photographed them.” - MaryV Benoit

March 5, 2017  |   Observer

"...Booths that benefitted from the extra legroom were Brooklyn’s Space 776, which brought work by a single artist named Jungsan Kim Yun-sik. The Korean artist’s large scale works feature fragments of poetry painted onto long sections of folded and framed scrolls and matchbook-sized blocks, arranged so that from afar the text forms soft geometric patterns. "

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