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Yuchan Kim, Staff Writer

Yuchan Kim ’24 is a prospective art history and statistics major from Seoul, South Korea. He is a staff writer for the arts section.

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The newly opened Poker Flats Gallery on 112 Water Street. (Photo courtesy of Poker Flats.)

Poker Flats Gallery on Water Street until Oct. 24, 2021

September 15, 2021
In the summer of 2021, Poker Flats stopped referring exclusively to the college-owned housing behind Mission Park, as Izzy Lee ’12 and Jared Quinton ’10 co-founded a pop-up art gallery entitled Poker Flats.
One of the most famous plates from Apocalypse, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (Yuchan Kim/The Williams Record)

A special time with Special Collections: Meeting Dürer’s ‘Apocalypse’

May 5, 2021
This past week, staff writer Yuchan Kim had the opportunity to take a look at Albrecht Dürer’s magnificent prints, along with many other astonishing pieces at the College’s Special Collections department.
Shirreff and her latest work, Still. (Yuchan Kim/The Williams Record)

Erin Shirreff provides insight into her Remainders Exhibition at the Clark

March 17, 2021
The proliferation of mobile devices and the internet ushered in a wind of change for the art world. Now visitors at art museums and galleries around the world can snapshot, record, and access artwork at their convenience. Canadian photographer and sculptor Erin Shirreff asks a question about this seemingly-effortless process that none of us commonly raise: What remains of art when it is translated through different mediums? 
Kamen and Hann’s source of inspiration was Joan Mitchell’s Sunflowers VI. (Yuchan Kim/The Williams Record)

Cures for Strange Times: WCMA hosts virtual workshops to offer peace

February 24, 2021
To help members of the College community overcome the fatigue of perpetual social distancing, the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) partnered with local wellness professionals to hold a month-long series of weekly virtual workshops called “Cures for Strange Times.”
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