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Jose conceptes

ABOUT ARTIST BIOGRAPHY Education 2001   Joso school, Barcelona   Solo Exhibition 2017   Els Conceptes, (Casa del Mig. Punt Multimèdia, Barcelona, Spain) 2017   Pintando con la luz, (Center Joaquín Roncal, Zaragoza, Spain) 2016   Els Conceptes, (Efímere Gallery, Córdoba, Spain) 2016   Momentos efímeros, (Córdoba, Spain) 2015   Solo Exhibition (Castle of Pope Luna of Peníscola, Valencia, Spain) 2015   Etereoicitats,(Casa del Mig. Punt Multimèdia, Barcelona. Spain) 2014   Momentos efímeros, (FNAC SPAIN, Barcelona, Spain) 2014   Nada es lo que parece, (Zaragoza, Spain) 2014   Marina d’Or. Own stand, (Art Week Valencia, Valencia, Spain) 2013   Nada es lo que parece, (FNAC SPAIN, Barcelona, Spain)2013          Nada es lo que parece, (FNAC SPAIN, Madrid, Spain)   Group Exhibition 2017   Pintando con la luz, (EASD. Carpetes obertes, Valencia, Spain) 2017   CREATIVE –...

CHUNGMIN LEE

ABOUT ARTIST LEE CHUNG MIN Ever since her debut as a young photographer’s exhibition in 2001, Lee has been active in group exhibitions and art festivals, introducing her artworks that possess a traditional but sophisticated meaning. She gradually built her reputation through participating in selected high profile shows like the Korean Art exhibition in Chicago, US. BIOGRAPHY Solo Exhibition 2012  ‘Representation’ Series, Gallery ‘Ma Dang’ 2011  ‘Refresh series- The Breath of Flowers: While, Lost one’s way’ The two story, Gallery ‘Ma Dang’ 2011  ‘Refresh series- The Breath of Flowers’ the first story, Gallery  ‘Ma Dang’     Group Exhibition 2014 'Representation' Series; 'Craft, Seep into Space' Korea Craft & Design Foundation Gallery, 2014  'Representation' Series; 'Ceramics in the picture, Painting at the Pottery'_ Holds the arts, "Pottery" Exhibition, Icheon metropolitan museum, Gyeonggi...

GABOMI

ABOUT ARTIST GABOMI Young Japanese artist GABOMI. never had formal education in photography but became a respected professional in the field through a combination of commercial and creative exhibitions. She won several awards for her work in recent years. GABOMI. travels often and incorporates different cultures and lifestyles into an ongoing exploration of shape and color. BIOGRAPHY BIOGRAPHY 2012   Published book ‘KOTODEN’(AKAAKA) in Japan 2008   Started photography unschooled     SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2017   OBOO (Mustakivi, Matsuyama, Japan) 2016   Selected for SHISEIDO art egg 10, in/visible/GABOMI (Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo, Japan) 2015   GABOMI Photographs solo exhibition (ToyToyToy, Kagawa, Japan) 2014   Criterium 89 "GABOMI." (The Art Tower MITO, Ibaraki, Japan) 2012   KOTODEN 100 Anniversary Photo Exhibition (Machino Schule 963, Kagawa, Japan) 2012   KOTODEN 100 Anniversary Photo Exhibition (AkaAka...

SOOSIK LIM

ABOUT ARTIST LIM SOO SIK   Lim acquired his bachelor and master’s degree in photography from Jungang University in Seoul. Since 2007, Lim has actively showcased his works in galleries in Korea, US, Spain, China and others. His works are part of the permanent collection at National Museum of Modern Art and E-Land Space in Seoul and Reiner Kunze Museum in Germany. BIOGRAPHY EDUCATION M.F.A   Department of Photography, Chung-Ang University, Korea B.F.A   Department of Photography, Chung-Ang University, Korea     SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016   Landscape of Desire (Gallery meme, Seoul, Korea) 2016   The Resonance of Tradition – Chaekgado (Suwon Art Center, Suwon, Korea) 2014   Chaekgado (Galería PazYcomedias, Valencia, Spain) 2014   Cheakgado (Seoul Metropolitan Library, Seoul, Korea) 2014   Cheakgado (Gallery Jinsun, Seoul, Korea) 2013   Chaekgado (Gallery D,...

HYOUNGSUN HA

ABOUT ARTIST HA HYOUNG SUN Windows are where the inside meets the outside. Looking out of the window opens you to what is on the outside as well as making you aware where you are on the inside. What is out there is not always what you see from within. Sometimes you only see what you want to see. Sometimes you see only what the window allows you to see. Windows are timeless. A scene from a window embraces the past, present and future. The experience of contemplating and meditating through the window is like a passage through a projection of memories and dreams. Knowing where I am and where I am going both physically and mentally is important to me. In the Window Series,...

DAESOO KIM

ABOUT ARTIST KIM DAE SOO Kim is a photographer and a professor in Hongik University in Korea, considered finest art school in Korea. He focuses on taking photography of bamboo, with an aim to capture the most Korea formative beauty. Upon a calm look at his work, one can feel and hear the oriental beauty in his beautiful photography of bamboos. BIOGRAPHY EDUCATION 1979   B.F.A.  Department of Applied Art, College of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University, Korea 1981   Studied at Dept. of Photo-Design, Graduate School of Industrial Art, Hongik Univ 1983   B.F.A. Photography, Parsons School of Design, U.S.A. 1987   M.F.A. Photography, Pratt Institute, U.S.A.     SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2017   Sky Wind Stars and Me (Gallery BK, Seoul, Korea) 2015   DaeSoo Kim Photography (Francoise Livinec Gallery, Paris,...

SEONGYOUN KOO

ABOUT ARTIST KOO SEONG YOUN Koo Seong Youn is renowned for her still life photography reorganizing her imagination with objects in our ordinary life. Her ‘Peony’ reborn as sweet candies of different shapes and colors will attract audience’s attention. Her photography is beloved by many through various art fairs and art galleries in and out of Korea. <Candy> series derives its motif from the peony folk painting.Peony is known as symbol of wealth and honour. Thus folding screens of peony have been set up in the wedding hall or banquet hall. Small painting of peony was hung on the wall of newly-married couple's room. In the past they might prayed for prosperous things to this splendid flower painting. Now they seem to be very naive...

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 look like a familiar landscape at first sight, but on closer look, it is nature in completely different form that one has never encountered before. This is the focus of Choi’s work, expressing the energy within a recreated invisible space. She uses digital photo collage to recreate a fictitious landscape complete with mountains at its autumn best, the trees that have silently grown their roots in it, waterfalls full of...