Queens Museum To Honor Tremaine Emory and Christine Sun KimMarking the museum’s 50th-anniversary gala.
The Queens Museum is set to honor multidisciplinary creative Tremaine Emory and sound artist Christine Sun Kim and this year’s 50th Anniversary Gala.
Raised in Queens, New York, Tremaine Emory is known for his label Denim Tears, in addition to being the new creative director at Supreme. Christine Sun Kim is known for her drawing, video and performance works that explore how sound exists in society. Currently, the artist’s large-scale mural, Time Owes Me Rest Again, which addresses repetition and time, is currently on view at the museum.
At the upcoming gala, Emory is set to be presented by Angelo Baque, founder of Awake NY and former brand director of Supreme. Sun Kim is set to be presented by Tom Finkelpearl, former commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
Set to host an array of guests like designers, artists and more, the Queens Museum 50th Anniversary Gala is set for Thursday, May 12.
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