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SONG YU LIM

ABOUT ARTIST SONG YU LIM Yulim Song tells her story through the work of stitching using needle and various colored thread instead of brush and color. Naturally exposed needle stitches and embroidery evokes a more intimate and raw emotions towards the audience, conjuring the audience’s own precious memories and nostalgia of the ‘analogue experiences’ of...

Young Revolution

PAST EXHIBITION Young Revolution Showcasing 19 Young Contemporary Artists From Korea Youths are 'Revolutionary'. In this sense, they are consistently yearning for something new or looking to confront and overcome challenges. To celebrate the 'revolutionary youths', Young Revolution opens its first series of exhibitions in 2014. This exhibition, “2014 Young Revolution”, features selection of works from...

Lee Kang Wook: Solo Exhibition

PAST EXHIBITION Lee Kang Wook Solo Exhibition ‘Invisible Space’ Lee Kang Wook combines microscopic and the macroscopic view of the world into one work. His work depicts maps of human cells seen only via microscope, but at the same time, this is overlaid by a view of the vast universe. The combination of these two worlds...

Park Sang Nam: Solo Exhibition

PAST EXHIBITION Park Sang Nam Solo Exhibition Walk/ Get/ Divide Artworks of Sangnam Park express roads of city dwellers through duplex screens involving both abstract and representation. His work can be categorized as an abstract painting in that the work simply lists crude elements of dot, line, and page, but also as a representational painting in...

Near And Dear Objects

PAST EXHIBITION Near And Dear Objects New Horizon of Korean Contemporary Art Art history has made a dramatic turn in the late 20th century. Artists have started to spill out experimental works using new medium. These experimental works held their value and meaning in their effort to overcome the logic of modernism that had clearly separated different...

HYUNSEUNG HWANG

ABOUT ARTIST HWANG HYUNSEUNG Looking at every object without thinking about its name and use, anyone will be impressed with the beauty of figure and abstraction hidden in general objects. The abstraction might already be actualized completely in every concrete object around us. Things I draw do not own a name. They are simply just...

SOOJEONG CHOI

ABOUT ARTIST CHOI SOO JEONG Marc Chagall said “Great art picks up where nature ends.” Soo Jeong Choi create her work by taking photos of real-life nature, a space familiar to us, then recombine and reconstruct them, to create a 3rd space that lives and breathes a new and different life. This recreated space may...

HAEYOUNG CHO

ABOUT ARTIST CHO HAE YOUNG Cho is know for her simplistic but profound paintings that captures her intuition at any random time. She endeavoers to paint her feelings that she felt in unknown and strange places. Cho graudated from Chunnam University in Fine Arts and has won numerous awards and is extremely active in participating...

JIYEON SONG

ABOUT ARTIST SONG JIYEON My paintings began from finding my own self. Because I was aware of the incompleteness of the existence of the so-called 'self', I chose the external environment surrounding me as the object which could speak on behalf of myself. I am keeping my eyes on the surrounding environment that always change...
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