Hong Jiyon - 새로 고침 Refresh
26 Nov—26 Dec 2020

Why are there a pair of gloves dropped on a street, its owner unknown? The paradox and absurdity of this strange situation and its vestiges, the temporary situation, gap between language and reality, what I know perceived as real, and how it is not the truth. Jiyon Hong’s works ...
Hyunsun Jeon - 열매와 모서리 From Fig to Cone
15 Oct—14 Nov 2020

Hyunsun Jeon’s sharp wit and keen perception are self evident in her paintings. Nothing acutely unfolds or emerges in her paintings, but there are calm showings of forms that convey certain struggles of life. The objects are arranged in an oddly surreal composition, but closer ...
Kiseog Choi - Solo exhibition
3 Sep—3 Oct 2020

Modernist art in the 20th century raised the hand of freedom and subjectivity, alongside genre-based boundaries. Modernist sculptures disavowed the strict rules of what sculptures could present, as well as the elements of the fantastic. It thought regressive the embodiment of sp ...
Eunsae Lee - As usual : 늘 마시던 걸로
14 Jul—15 Aug 2020

A painting essentially develops from an image but incorporates more than the initial image. The fluid, primordial state of the image in the mind's eye must manifest into the reality of the outside world. The image must be transposed onto a stable and tangible substrate to be rec ...
CHUN Eun - Glider
28 May—27 Jun 2020

Chun Eun’s photographs point beyond the phenomenon exposed before our eyes, indicating far beyond the envelope of images, enabling us to explore the a priori/a posteriori connections and imaginations. That is why, the images photographically captured by the artist transcend the ...
LEE BAE - Solo exhibition
16 Apr—23 May 2020

'Charcoal artist' is an obvious description of Lee Bae. His oeuvre is bound to explanations of charcoal in terms of its physical and metaphysical connections. As a result, a recurring - or persistent - question is 'why use charcoal?' To which, Lee has provided many reasons, doze ...
Donghyun Son - Ink on Paper II
12 Mar—11 Apr 2020

First, definitions. Ink on Paper is an English translation of jibonsumuk(紙本水墨), the method and medium by which Donghyun Son's paintings are created. Son's 2015 solo exhibition Ink on Paper presented works created exclusively from paper and traditional East Asian ink(墨-muk), ...