Seo Yeji

Seo Yeji

We spend more than half of our day with other people, and our lives change depending on who the other person is. In a modern society where there is little time for ourselves, what we feel we need is the relaxation in a comfortable space of our own without any discomfort. The artist's space in the painting best expresses his identity. The objects in the space clearly show who you are, what you are interested in, what kind of life you are living, and who you are. In addition, familiar objects there give a feeling of stability and tranquility, making it a space to comfort oneself who is tired of the fake life of modern society. Therefore, 'my own space' is a space where you can focus only on yourself, recover emotionally, and find yourself who has been lost by others. Next Exhibitions : Under200 View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Kim Minsong

Kim Minsong

Minsong Kim's work in a dreamlike landscape like a deep night dream is unfamiliar and familiar. The artist depicts a landscape filled with exotic and mysterious plants under pouring starlight. The darkness in her works doesn’t feel scary, but rather warm. Memories fade under the bright light, but gleam when the darkness surrounds them. The artist says these memories are what support our lives, and this is art. Next Exhibitions : Under200 View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Gam Seongbin

Gam Seongbin

Gam Seongbin, a graduate of the Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts, is a promising artist in Busan who won the Best Work Award at the National University Sculpture Competition in China and was selected as a support artist, the next-generation promising artist in Gyeongnam Province. The artist, who started with a sculpture that contains only human emotions, and has recently expanded its scope to painting works, pays particular attention to sadness among human emotions. The reason why the people in his sculptures and paintings draw attention is not the face, but the body's gestures. The figures, whose shoulders cringe in low spirits and barely seem to be standing on each other's bodies, directly touch the viewer's feelings by evoking the feeling of sadness beyond the role of faces in ordinary sculptures. Strangely, the reason why the artist's work that depicts sadness feels comfort and comfort is because the artist's hand, which has been refined one by one, is more pure and sincere than any other words. His work, which is extremely dramatic and bold, but honestly expresses sadness in various forms, gives comfort to himself and connects people's pain at the same time. Next Exhibitions : Under200 View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Kwon Soonik

Kwon Soonik

Artist Soonik Kwon is growing in the international market by interpreting the unique colors of Korea in a modern way. He has been invited and exhibited by leading countries and National and Municipal Museum of Art, mainly in Latin America, and his current work has been well received at international art fairs such as Singapore Art Stage and Art Paris, and his potential as an artist has been verified on the world stage. Although it is based on Western materials, the material peculiarity of using sand or graphite with paints is realized with oriental colors and textures, showing a unique sensibility that only Korea can express. The experience of the artist, who also worked as a potter, is continuously revealed in the matiere that appears thickly on the surface of the painting, and in the repeated process of raising this matiere again, the artist delves deeply into himself and discovers the absence of Ego of the abyss. The continuous arrangement of circles and geometric shapes in the work are reminiscent of op-art represented by Cruise Dies, and also show the possibility of Korean abstraction. Through his repetitive works of painting and rubbing graphite, the purest works of light and color give the audience an opportunity to experience the world of absence of Ego led by artist Soonik Kwon. View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Park Hansaem

Park Hansaem

All of Park's works are landscapes. The artist has been engrossed in landscapes such as islands and forests, but unexpectedly, landscapes such as islands and forests are merely images that have no meaning. What the artist wants is not a representation of a landscape, but because it is the energy and aura of the space in which it resides. In other words, the invisible aura of the space, the accumulated time, the feeling of oneself when facing the space, and the phenomenon that occurs when the work is brought to a third place are what the artist thinks of interest. Rather than creating a story through the image of an island, the artist wants the viewers to feel the picture in front of his eyes and the time and aura itself contained in the picture. The artist, who majored in Oriental painting at university, goes back to the past by reversing the trend of various transformations of contemporary Korean painting. The artist who thoroughly works with only ink and paper uses the most traditional materials, but paradoxically, it is modern in the way of expression, the composition of the screen, and the overall feeling. His work, which seems to be expensive due to the material characteristics of ink, is rather modern with a design and poetic sensibility that cannot be found in traditional landscape paintings, with the balance of the white space filled with the enormous canvas and the islands that sometimes quietly and sometimes boldly reveal their existence. He is showing his gaze. It is another virtue of his work to exchange energy with the environment surrounding the artist himself, and to experience his work that does not require additional explanations for that energy. View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Park Jieun

Park Jieun

The artist majored in oriental painting at university, and now expresses the memories of travel using both oriental and western painting techniques. The artist's work looks as if it was drawn by an elegant calligrapher of the East in a single stroke. But if you look closely, you can see that it is made up of lights, colors, greenery, and landscapes viewed from the city's tall buildings or from high terrain. Traveling is both a hobby and a life for Park Jieun, who is popular in the Southeastern region such as Singapore and Malaysia. The artist expresses the emotions she felt while traveling around the world, such as the unique nature of the travel destination, architecture, conversations with people, music, and books, in her works. The elaborate and beautifully described landscape contains not only the feelings of happiness that were overwhelmed at the travel destination, but also the loneliness and lonely feelings felt as others there View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Lee Youngji

Lee Youngji

There is something special in the work of Lee Youngji, although it is ordinary. With time and sincerity, she paints the work underneath, and after that, she draws tens of thousands of leaves like grains of rice to complete the tree, and draws birds singing and flying around it. The artist's tree is particularly fresh and full of vitality. It feels as if the goddess of spring has just sown the energy of life. The artist worked on each leaf with a lot of devotion like a craftsman, but just as glorious joy is accompanied by gruesome sadness, each leaf tells a story of its own, revealing its presence. In this respect, the artist's work may be a painting that implies our lives. It is a story that we spent a lot of time looking for happiness, but in the end our little life was happiness. View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Yoo Jaeyeon

Yoo Jaeyeon

Artist Yoo Jaeyeon's work collects and visualizes fragments that have fallen from the gap between childhood fantasy and reality. The gaps hidden within, for example, the subtle emotions and fragments of ideal and reality, the individual and the society, the past and the present, when they meet, show that this young painter's work is not just enjoyable and energetic, making the work even more curious. View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Yoon Deokhwan

Yoon Deokhwan

Yoon Deokhwan creates a new space by recombining various traces from the beautiful impressions and afterimages of the landscape. Stories exist in this space. It is an ordinary daily life and unfolds with small stories, but those moments come together to create one big story. In the utopia he created, we can dream and realize our ideals. Next Exhibitions : Under200 View More Chevron Arrow Icon
Heather YEO

Heather YEO

Heather Yeo's painting embodies ordinary scenes from her daily life. The beginning of painting is the process of editing a scene from a photo taken with a camera. The artist brings back the feelings of the moment and captures various emotions of the time. The edited images in the artist's memory are expressed in their own bright colors, patterns, and various textures. By drawing various textures on one canvas, positive memories are solidified into works within the canvas. The artist hopes that the various emotions contained in this work will stay in someone's memory for a long time. View More Chevron Arrow Icon