Ho’s “Privileged White People” Comes to Forever & Today

A new exhibit of work by Christopher Ho (Critic, Painting) is on view at the Forever & Today, Inc. gallery in New York. The show, entitled “Privileged White People,” features large photographs of people like President Bill Clinton and actor James Van Der Beek. Ho’s work is derived from his experiences as a young immigrant from Hong Kong to southern California, then on to a New England boarding school.

The exhibition runs from January 11 – February 17, 2013, with an opening reception held January 10. An off-site artist talk/reading is scheduled at the Museum of Chinese in America, February 7, 2013.

Exhibit and schedule information

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