Seoul, b.1988

Mijung Lee

Mijung Lee transforms her paintings into touchable objects by creating a sculptural sense on a canvas. As a painter, Lee produces images which are converted into three-dimensional objects, thus creating a flexible scene which can be interpreted in various situations...

Tehran, b.1980

Mehdi Farhadian

Mehdi Farhadian’s paintings effectively integrate abstract and figurative features to create dreamlike, visually stunning landscapes and city views, inhabited by people and animals commonly engaged in enigmatic acts. His personal style fuses realistic, expressive and fictional narratives, providing a potent...

Seoul, b.1969

Kyungwoo Chun

Kyungwoo Chun was born in Seoul. After his first study of Photography in Korea (1992) he moved to Germany, where he studied and started to work on his art projects in Europe. He has become known for his poetically blurred...

New York, b.1927

Alex Katz

Alex Katz is an internationally acclaimed New York School painter, who established his unique aesthetic style in reaction to Abstract Expressionism in 1950s by developing his own exclusive painting style between formalism and representation. He is famous for many portraits...

Los Angeles, b.1945

Paul McCarthy

Paul McCarthy occupies a critically important place in contemporary art. For more than four decades his work has repeatedly challenged audiences to confront popular myths and wrestle with the psychological undercurrents of capitalism. His work is both generous and confrontational;...

New York, b.1966

Joseph La Piana

Joseph La Piana’s work explores reinterpretation of known biological, kinetic and mathematical, theories which he infuses and transforms across various mediums and disciplines. Like DNA, La Piana pulls from the origin of objects, pairing them together with new elements and...

Seoul, b.1971

seok ho kang

seok ho kang has constantly worked on paintings featuring human bodies. The main subject matter of his early works is a human body wearing clothes. In his early works, the human body appears like a torso devoid of a head,...

Copenhagen, b.1967

Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson’s art is driven by his interests in perception, movement, embodied experience, and feelings of self. Eliasson strives to make the concerns of art relevant to society at large. Art, for him, is a crucial means for turning thinking...

Berlin, b.1979

Nina Canell

Nina Canell’s body of work can be described as a kind of “sculptural condition" that embodies both a state of stillness and of flux (as seen in natural phenomenon). Her works challenge traditional categories of sculpture using chemical and material...

Seoul, b.1967

Soohyeok Shin

Soohyeok Shin suddenly left Korea to study in Japan after graduating from the Hong Ik University Department of Painting and its graduate school and received a doctorate in painting from Tokyo University of the Arts. He started working in earnest...

Seoul, b.1979

Jaiyoung Cho

The works of Jaiyoung Cho address the invisible principles and their visible representations. The principles here however are the rather transfigured, the broken away from the present, the subtly flickering. The adverb “subtly” is added to convey that what the...

Singapore, b.1973

Charles Lim Yi Yong

Charles Lim Yi Yong is a former Olympic sailor. This background informs his unique sensitivity and interest in the ocean. Born in Singapore, Lim’s work encompasses film, installation, sounds, conversations, text, drawing, and photography. Since 2005, he has been developing...

London, b.1984

Matthew Stone

Matthew Stone is an artist and shaman based in London. He was recently named 'most influential person in the arts under 30" by the Sunday Times. His multidisciplinary and interrelated practice activates primarily photography, sculpture and performance. Stone produces photography,...

Hartford, Connecticut

Kathi Packer

Equilibrium The Serengeti is a remarkable experience of a life cycle on full display…birth, aging, illness and death. Nothing is hidden for long. Wildlife must continually negotiate the threat of being eaten or dying from not eating. It is a...

Malmö, b.1977

Runo Lagomarsino

Runo Lagomarsino utilizes poetic imagery and irony in his practice to reflect on the deeply rooted Eurocentrism that still exists today. His recent work explicitly confronts the history of imperialism beginning with Columbus, documenting its origins in European lust for...

Kent, b.1934

Rose Wylie

Rose Wylie (British, b.1934) is a Contemporary painter whose work only began to receive attention and critical acclaim late in her life. Wylie works on large-scale canvases using cartoonish, child-like imagery rendered in expressive marks, sometimes inspired by art history...

Havana, b.1944

Julio Larraz

Julio Rarraz is the son of a newspaper editor and began drawing at a very early age. After moving to the United States in 1961, Larraz began to draw political caricatures that were published by The New York Times, The...

Seoul, b.1968

Yunhee Huh

Yunhee Huh’s drawings use universal visual metaphors combined in new ways to open an East-West dialog. She often enlarges her works to monumental wall-drawings, working with charcoal stick attached to a broom. In her video of these performances, the rhythmic...

San Francisco, b.1943

James Hayward

James Hayward received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1966 from San Diego State University, and attended graduate school at the University of California, Los Angeles from 1966 to 1969. He then received his Master of Fine Arts from...

Seoul, b.1976

Yoonkyung Park

Yoonkyung Park is a graduate of MFA degree at Goldsmiths College, University of London and holds BFA and MFA degrees in painting from Hongik University in Seoul. She has held various solo exhibitions including PAINTING X PAINTING, Hanwon Museum of...

Seoul, b.1988

Mijung Lee

Mijung Lee transforms her paintings into touchable objects by creating a sculptural sense on a canvas. As a painter, Lee produces images which are converted into three-dimensional objects, thus creating a flexible scene which can be interpreted in various situations...

Tehran, b.1980

Mehdi Farhadian

Mehdi Farhadian’s paintings effectively integrate abstract and figurative features to create dreamlike, visually stunning landscapes and city views, inhabited by people and animals commonly engaged in enigmatic acts. His personal style fuses realistic, expressive and fictional narratives, providing a potent...

Seoul, b.1969

Kyungwoo Chun

Kyungwoo Chun was born in Seoul. After his first study of Photography in Korea (1992) he moved to Germany, where he studied and started to work on his art projects in Europe. He has become known for his poetically blurred...

New York, b.1927

Alex Katz

Alex Katz is an internationally acclaimed New York School painter, who established his unique aesthetic style in reaction to Abstract Expressionism in 1950s by developing his own exclusive painting style between formalism and representation. He is famous for many portraits...

Los Angeles, b.1945

Paul McCarthy

Paul McCarthy occupies a critically important place in contemporary art. For more than four decades his work has repeatedly challenged audiences to confront popular myths and wrestle with the psychological undercurrents of capitalism. His work is both generous and confrontational;...

New York, b.1966

Joseph La Piana

Joseph La Piana’s work explores reinterpretation of known biological, kinetic and mathematical, theories which he infuses and transforms across various mediums and disciplines. Like DNA, La Piana pulls from the origin of objects, pairing them together with new elements and...

Seoul, b.1971

seok ho kang

seok ho kang has constantly worked on paintings featuring human bodies. The main subject matter of his early works is a human body wearing clothes. In his early works, the human body appears like a torso devoid of a head,...

Copenhagen, b.1967

Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson’s art is driven by his interests in perception, movement, embodied experience, and feelings of self. Eliasson strives to make the concerns of art relevant to society at large. Art, for him, is a crucial means for turning thinking...

Berlin, b.1979

Nina Canell

Nina Canell’s body of work can be described as a kind of “sculptural condition" that embodies both a state of stillness and of flux (as seen in natural phenomenon). Her works challenge traditional categories of sculpture using chemical and material...

Seoul, b.1967

Soohyeok Shin

Soohyeok Shin suddenly left Korea to study in Japan after graduating from the Hong Ik University Department of Painting and its graduate school and received a doctorate in painting from Tokyo University of the Arts. He started working in earnest...

Seoul, b.1979

Jaiyoung Cho

The works of Jaiyoung Cho address the invisible principles and their visible representations. The principles here however are the rather transfigured, the broken away from the present, the subtly flickering. The adverb “subtly” is added to convey that what the...

Singapore, b.1973

Charles Lim Yi Yong

Charles Lim Yi Yong is a former Olympic sailor. This background informs his unique sensitivity and interest in the ocean. Born in Singapore, Lim’s work encompasses film, installation, sounds, conversations, text, drawing, and photography. Since 2005, he has been developing...

London, b.1984

Matthew Stone

Matthew Stone is an artist and shaman based in London. He was recently named 'most influential person in the arts under 30" by the Sunday Times. His multidisciplinary and interrelated practice activates primarily photography, sculpture and performance. Stone produces photography,...

Hartford, Connecticut

Kathi Packer

Equilibrium The Serengeti is a remarkable experience of a life cycle on full display…birth, aging, illness and death. Nothing is hidden for long. Wildlife must continually negotiate the threat of being eaten or dying from not eating. It is a...

Malmö, b.1977

Runo Lagomarsino

Runo Lagomarsino utilizes poetic imagery and irony in his practice to reflect on the deeply rooted Eurocentrism that still exists today. His recent work explicitly confronts the history of imperialism beginning with Columbus, documenting its origins in European lust for...

Kent, b.1934

Rose Wylie

Rose Wylie (British, b.1934) is a Contemporary painter whose work only began to receive attention and critical acclaim late in her life. Wylie works on large-scale canvases using cartoonish, child-like imagery rendered in expressive marks, sometimes inspired by art history...

Havana, b.1944

Julio Larraz

Julio Rarraz is the son of a newspaper editor and began drawing at a very early age. After moving to the United States in 1961, Larraz began to draw political caricatures that were published by The New York Times, The...

Seoul, b.1968

Yunhee Huh

Yunhee Huh’s drawings use universal visual metaphors combined in new ways to open an East-West dialog. She often enlarges her works to monumental wall-drawings, working with charcoal stick attached to a broom. In her video of these performances, the rhythmic...

San Francisco, b.1943

James Hayward

James Hayward received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1966 from San Diego State University, and attended graduate school at the University of California, Los Angeles from 1966 to 1969. He then received his Master of Fine Arts from...

Seoul, b.1976

Yoonkyung Park

Yoonkyung Park is a graduate of MFA degree at Goldsmiths College, University of London and holds BFA and MFA degrees in painting from Hongik University in Seoul. She has held various solo exhibitions including PAINTING X PAINTING, Hanwon Museum of...

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