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Bushwick Lightbox is Yung's first large lightbox. Each lightbox Yung builds serves as the blank canvas for specific works to be made. Yung made about a hundred different works on the Bushwick Lightbox, which he displayed for dozens of pop-up shows on the streets of Bushwick, Brooklyn - where he lived for four years -- over the summers of 2017 and 2019. The show includes a selection of paintings done from 2017-2019, each displaying Yung's exploring depth, space and and perception.
The paintings displays are named, in order: Hommage to Albers (2017); Pearly Gates (2017); I Ching (2017); Red and Blue on Maroon (2017); Orange Stairs (2017); Rembrandt (2017); Faded Room (2019); Rising Square (2019); Klee Study (2019); Eight Columns (2019); Albers Study(2019); Door To Hell (2019); Not Seeing The Yellow River The Heart Does Not Give Up (2019); Elixar (2019); Purple Al Hamra (2019); Manhattan Dusk (2019);