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Myungjin Song - Green Home 

Rho gallery 2007.07

Beginning from the 2005 exhibition titled "Surface of Landscape", there have been familiar motifs such as bridges, bushes and so on. Being representational yet unrealistic, they allowed a trial to overlap the real images and the painted ones in an attempt to catch a better glimpse of the paintings.

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Yongsik Park - Blur 

Youngeun Museum of Contemporary Art 2009.11

It’s the dawn of a new day. The morning breeze and warm sunshine raptures my body. I cannot loathe reality because I love it so much. My uncontrollable reason prompts me to rely on hallucination and oblivion. The new dawn makes me feel the exhilarating beauty of everyday life.

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Hyungkoo Kang - The Gaze 


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Jimin Kim - Wicked Flowers 

Art Centre, Christchurch 2009.06

Levi’s refers to the blue jean brand Levi Strauss who came from Bavaria, Germany and began producing in 1872 after acquiring patent rights. Although I don’t know exactly, I am aware that this blue jean brand became popular among consumers and noted worldwide for its rivets in the pocket corners. Blue jeans can be reminiscent of Europe or especially the Wild West. Some vintage denim jeans are high-priced, but blue jeans have long been a popular type of clothing many people wear, irrespective of region, generation, and gender since they are relatively cheaper and more convenient for daily activities than other types of apparel.

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Myungjin Song - Fishing on the flat 

Sungkok Art Museum 2009.03

Song Myung-jin stated in an interview that she enjoys standing at the borders between plant and animal, natural and man-made, the static and the dynamic, the two-dimensional and the three-dimensional. Virtually no one can understand one’s work as well as the artist. Her recent work shows these characteristics as well.

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Xooang Choi - The Pruritus 

Dukwon gallery 2009.02

This exhibition title of Choi Xooang is Pruritus. Medically, pruritus is an unpleasant sensation that evokes the desire to scratch the skin.1) It is generally known that itch can usually originate from a skin ailment, and might be caused by systemic disease such as diabetes and chronic renal failure as well as external stimuli including contact with external matter, change in temperature, chemical substances, and electric impulse.

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Seokyeong Kang - Theatre the Cloud 

ART PARK 2009.07

There are 2 figures appearing repeatedly in the work of Kang Seo-kyeong. They are the woman shaped like a ballerina (Her other self is shaped like an Avatar) and the neckless marionette. They drift using the traces drawn and painted by her as the background, and move towards an unseen destination. The touch in drawing teems with sensational brush strokes, and the colorful liquid texture is unique.

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Inbai Kim - Move in Earnest 


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YooArtSpace 2006.12

When you sit on a couch, the living room is turned into a Western play stage/ a fake leather sofa/ a wall clock stands at 9 o’clock in the morning/ A Cezanne-esque still life painting/ A television set/ A Dracaena Fragrans/ three hard-covered copies of ””Capitalism““by Karl Marx of Moscow, Progress Publishing Companies, laid horizontally/ Books merely for show in a lazy bookshelf/ and a perpetually bubbling aquarium:/ There is, however, no tragedy to be translated and played for this stage. (Hwang Ji-woo <A Diary of a Fat Couch>)

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Kwangho Lee - Touch 


Lee Kwang-Ho is arguably Korea’s foremost realist painter. His portraits and landscapes transcend the conventional purpose of realistic representation and display a virtuosity of pictorial technique that pushes the boundaries of existing notions of painterly representation. It is easily recognizable that Lee Kwang-Ho’s works have included a wide spectrum of painting techniques ranging from early oil painting inspired by Pop Art, paintings that applied Renaissance perspective, to paintings influenced by Surrealist juxtaposition and layering techniques.

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Osang Gwon - Gwon Osang 


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Seokyeong Kang - Travel Agency 

Brain Factory 2004.10

A curly haired man with a bow tie sits on a toilet seat and slowly turns into a toilet seat. The same man approaches a turning fan and transforms into a fan and whirls around. I have once imagined myself of becoming a bird and flying. Have you, the reader, ever imagined it before? If you agree to my assumption that you are familiar with this daydream, it would be safe to assume that this idea is common.

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Shinhye Kim - The 3rd Nature 

GAGA gallery 2010.06

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Byoungho Kim - Fantastic Virus 

Gallery Touchart 2010.03

One of the defining characteristics of Baroque music is the basso continuo. In rock music, the basso continuo -- as represented by the bass guitar -- does not reveal its distinctive tones, drowned out as they are by drums and electric guitars. However, it does serve to add a sense of tension to the piece as a whole. Without that ever-present basso continuo, like the sound of a beating heart, the tension present in Baroque music would never have come to be. Though the basso continuo is nearly imperceptible, the beat of Baroque music owes itself to that sound. This is similar to the style of Tenebrism in Baroque painting.

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DOOSAN Gallery 2010.08

Xooang Choi has recognized various problems, such as the antimony that the members of modern society seem to be subjective and spontaneous, but are eventually subordinate to highly advanced systems, and expressed them using the deformation, exaggeration, and distortion of human body. His Islets of Aspergers focuses on each individual that lives in this society.

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