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Kangwon Lee - A Trace 

SOMA Museum 2008.07

I first came across Lee Kangwon's work through the many small objects serenely placed on the floor and their shadows or silhouettes. What we feel from these objects made of rubber sponge and their shadows shaped by sponge dust can be said to be a type of 'modesty'. In the artist's work, we may feel his attitude to be humble, yet determined not to commit any insolence. Of course, Lee takes the generous view that his work remains open to the viewer's judgment and evaluation, rather than pushing any aggressive discourse.

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Youngho Yoo - Pairs 

Arko Art Center 2005.07

Yoo Young-ho runs different projects that address different structural irregularities embedded in art and social system through management of the market boundaries between production, distribution, and consumption. “I don’t dream of a revolution against the massive production and consumption systems in society.

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Soyeon Kim - The third eye 

Brain Factory 2005.09

When I have visited Kim Soyeon's studio, there was one small painting in paticular caught my eye. the painting had a dear facing the front with writing 'Penn's Cave" written on it. What looked like an infomation board seen in a zoo at a glance, as it is in her other works of paintings,this small painting had no explanatory factors. The work simpley analogise something isolated from a reality through arrangementS of images and meanings. To Kim Soyeon 'Penn's Cave" is an origin of a fear.

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Seoungwon Won - Tomorrow 

Alternative Space LOOP 2008.03

‘A long time ago, a man from Sang-Baek-Li, Hap-Cheon, ran off with the dream of studying in Seoul. But the man who had to return to Sang-Baek-Li and farm because of his father’s opposition sent his first son rather early to Seoul to study. The man, who planted chestnut trees for his son, and raised black goats for his daughter-in-law, saddened by the son’s failure at college admission, drinks, drives a tractor, and gets into a fatal accident. What if I could have prevented this family’s misfortune?’

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Kibeom Kwon - Kwon Ki Beom 

Artspace-hyun 2009.11

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Sunny kim - Rolling Fog 

GALLERY HYUNDAI (New Space) 2010.04

My first encounter with Sunny Kim's “Girls in Uniform” series was from her 2001 Gallery Sagan exhibition. At the time, her work, which mostly originated from documentary sources suggestive of standardized types, was transformed to deliver an artificial formality akin to graphic images. There was a certain intentional barrier that evoked a sense of absence and a feeling of cold detachment, and the fact that one could not find any youthful energy nor movement in the uniformed smiling girls made the paintings different.

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Kwangho Lee - Inter-View in Changdong 

Changdong Art Studio 2006.04

To Lee, Kwang-Ho, the canvas is a window through which he has an on-going dialogue with the objects painted. In addition, his way of relating to others is presented using different media. This characteristic is most distinct in his recent series of portraits that are combined with some objects and video installations.

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