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Parsons Student, An Li, a Finalist in “Art of the Pixel” New Media Competition

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Congratulations to Junior BFA Photography Student An Li! After reviewing nearly 300 entries from students at nine of the country’s top art schools, LG Electronics USA today announced the finalists for its new-media art competition, “The Art of the Pixel: Powered by LG Ultra HD 4K and OLED TV.” The finalists were selected through an extensive judging process that included scoring by renowned digital artist Mark Tribe and LG experts, as well as an online popular vote.

Each student’s work was  featured on LG’s Ultra HD and OLED TVs at an exclusive, star-studded gala event in New York in September, when LG, Tribe and art enthusiast and Art of the Pixel Ambassador Neil Patrick Harris recognized all nine finalists and announced the program winners.

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The nine finalists, listed alphabetically by school, are:

  • California Institute of the Arts: Behrouz Raei, “Hide and Seek”
  • Laguna College of Art and Design: Dohee Yang, “Journey”
  • Maryland Institute College of Art: Sara Hill, “Separation”
  • Pacific Northwest College of Art: John Summerson, “Painting From Life”
  • Parsons The New School for Design: An Li, “A Night At the Parkway”
  • Pratt Institute: Joseph Bui, “110 Fathoms”
  • Rhode Island School of Design: Bo Yoon (Christina) Chang, “Link House”
  • San Francisco Art Institute: Maya Smira, “Borderline”
  • School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Daniel Barreto, “Au Courant”
  • An Li, “A Night At the Parkway”

    An Li, “A Night At the Parkway”

    For more on The Art of the Pixel and to view the finalists’ art works, please visit www.lgusa.com/LGSupportsTheArts.

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