Yun Gee Park Gallery is a gallery/gardens destination in Tucson, AZ, in the southwestern US, presenting contemporary fine art, art jewelry, and objects. The complex is a regional “hidden gem,” noted for its collection of internationally established artists who explore unconventional materials and forms; its distinctive manner of display and installation; and its focus on curation of all aspects of one’s life, including environment, body, and action.

The property features a main gallery, an experimental gallery, an outdoor sculpture garden, and four distinct gardens that combine Sonoran and Korean aesthetics.

The collection on offer at the gallery is eclectic and contemporary, while exhibiting a curatorial cohesion that is bold, provocative, and unconventional, yet elegantly executed with strong links to artistic tradition and traditional techniques. Artists who are invited to present their works at the gallery are chosen based on their aesthetically successful combination of concepts and selection of media—that is, there is no other set of materials that the artist could have chosen that would more satisfactorily convey the artist’s intent.

Website

www.yungeepark.com

Address

4226 E. 2nd St.

Tucson, Arizona 85711 USA

Contact

(520) 901-0013

info@yungeepark.com

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Yun Gee Park Gallery
Yun Gee Park Gallery, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery
Hee Joo Kim, Untitled Necklace, 2014, enameled copper, leather, thread, photo courtesy of artist
Scott Duerstock and Yun Gee Park, Yun Gee Park Gallery, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery
Yves Amu Klein, Untitled Necklace, 2019, PLA fiber, magnetic clasp, photo courtesy of artist
Yun Gee Park Gallery, photo courtesy of Justin Hauge
The closet of curiosity is an installation space at Yun Gee Park Gallery. The art jewelry and the installation were created by Cindy Sumner. Sumner is a trained goldsmith who creates her pieces from porcelain figurines (i.e., found kitschy Hummel and Precious Moments figurines), and a variety of precious metals, colored gems, and pearls, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery
(On wall) Joseph Sivilli, ceramic relief, with Yun Gee Park holding Don Porcella’s pipe cleaner skull, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery
Yun Gee Park Gallery, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery
Yun Gee Park Gallery, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery
Garden view, Yun Gee Park Gallery, photo courtesy of Yun Gee Park Gallery