Selecting nine international artists working across different mediums, Pink Moon, curated in collaboration with Dizzy Magazine, brings together nine international female identifying artists, working across many mediums, and from different backgrounds and cultures, to explore the connectedness between them. The diverse work is seamlessly in conversation with each other.


Many of the works include undertones of subcultures, including the punk scene, among others. Tamara Santibañez's piece, titled "Crush Tapestry," sews together, in true crust punk patch fashion, different band logos and slogans. You Gin Jung's photo, "An Ex," captures a candid portrait of her ex-boyfriend during the historical punk era in Seoul in the early 2000s. Other work includes Maia Ruth Lee's risograph print from her exhibition at the Whitney Biennial, Somer Stampley's precise paper collages, Heather Benjamin and Emma Kohlmann's paintings, Dasom Han's photographs, and Lisa Signorini and Valentine Vargas' illustrations on fabric.


With subtle cross-overs between mediums, the exhibition shows the versatility of work by women artists across the globe. Worship, Dizzy, and Korean women's fashion house Mischief, brings together these talented artists to shed light on the international community of women in the art world, while hoping to inspire other younger female artists in Seoul, and around the world.

Crust Tapestry by Tamara Santibañez 

Cessation of Desire by Heather Benjamin

An Ex by You Gin Jung

Untitled by Emma Kohlman

The Labyrinth Steel Glyph Chart by Maia Ruth Lee