2015 London Hampstead Affordable Art Fair 6.11~14







2015 London Hampstead Affordable Art Fair 6.11~14


 Gaga Gallery Booth No_H4 18







Choi, Youngwook(1962~ )



 Choi Young Wook_Karma_2015 3-1_76x70cm_Mixed media on Canvas





 Choi Young Wook_Karma_2015 3-2_76x70cm_Mixed media on Canvas





The Image of the Moon-Jar as the Epitome of Life

Jin Sup Yoon (Art Critic, Professor at Honam University)


The moon-jar (spelt as dalhangari in Korean), roundish and bulging in the middle, was named after its resemblance to the shape of the moon. It reminds you of the image of a full moon up afloat in the dark night sky on the first full moon day of the lunar calendar. The circular disk, as time goes by, is fated to be asymmetrical with one corner of it receding and tapering dint by dint. There could have been, I presume, a remote association between the unbalanced and plump form of the moon and the shape of a pot; the naming came from a sort of emotional response. The moon-jar, having been descended from the Chosun Dynasty does not have a perfectly circular appearance, which is rather different from its Chinese or Japanese counterpart. The Chinese or Japanese porcelains have different colours, whereas most of Chosun’s pots are white in colour. They have a mien similar to Chosun’s women dressed in their white garments; naïve and virtuous.

Choi Young Wook has been painting the Chosun’s moon-jar for quite a number of years. The image of the moon-jar almost fills up the whole canvas, which at a glance, looks as if the painter executed it using a hyperrealistic technique. This is why some viewers or critics are quick to categorize his work as a hyperrealism, but this interpretation is wrong. His work is not an objective representation of the image in a hyperrealistic style, but is rather, inclined to be subjective. The depiction of the image of the moon-jar is merely dressed in the style of figurative description. The only critical criterion that is summoned to interpreting his work as hyperrealistic is the reference to the description of the surface cracks on the pot, and this stems from the misunderstanding that the image of hairline cracks on the glazed porcelain surface represents the real fissure on the surface.


If so, what are the artist’s surface cracks referring to? What kind of thought did he have in mind while he meticulously drew the fine cracks of the jar surface? In order to answer these queries, it is necessary to re-examine and go back to his earlier works. I was fortunate enough to be asked to write a catalogue essay for his second solo exhibition in 1996 and I feel obliged to briefly mention this issue centring on this critical misconception. For the show in 1996, he exhibited works that were mainly coloured in white and hues of grey. There were faint images of ordinary subjects such as birds, chairs, people, wild flowers, a piano, or grapes drawn against the backdrop. As a whole, the pictorial ambience felt as if the artist himself was having a conversation with the depicted subjects. It intoned his sensibility in a subdued voice. I was compelled to write as follows:

“The encountering of Choi Young Wook’s works eventually means to submerge – to sink through and into his inner self. In other words, it is to apprehend the inside of an individual, a concrete form with mass and volume, through the delivering of an unfamiliar object. At this point, a piece of completed painting becomes a conduit to understanding and a clue to accessing the individual object. The figures, signs and symbols described on the canvas are the indispensible resources for comprehending the inner soul.”

As written in this preface of mine, Choi Young Wook is a type of artist who talks to himself – it is perhaps constitutional. From the early years until recent times, he has been constantly engaged with his work based on this artistic constitution. To him, drawing the images of subjects on a whitish or greyish base signifies a symbolization of experiences in a condensed manner. For what does the artist do such codification, and what kind of meaning does it convey to the artist himself or to the society?


Prior to the issue in question, one needs to pay attention to the title of his work: Karma. The word, translated to yeon (緣, bond) in Korean, or up (業, action or deeds to bring good or bad results) in Buddhist connotations, is a metaphorical take of the human life. The relations and bonds entangled like a skein of threads among human beings deliver karma, and karma endlessly circulates – this is the kernel of the ‘yeonki (緣起) theory’ (the principle regarding the creation and extinction of all things in the universe) of Buddhism. This notion of ‘yeonki theory’ is employed behind Choi Young Wook’s action to draw the fine cracked lines that form a connected network. To quote his own words:

“I drew every single line of the moon-jar, and it is not merely an expression of surface cracks of the porcelain. In life, we meet and separate, and meet again somewhere else: I wanted to express such journey of life. This is why I titled it ‘Karma’. Our life is never lived as it was intended to. I sometimes think that there is a presence of destiny. The lines are the expression of destiny, yeon (緣), or karma. All those long and tedious hours I spent on drawing lines were when I thought of my own yeon, karma.”

Choi Young Wook’s behaviour in painting is synonymous to the concept of cultivating or disciplining – something that is seen in many of Korean Monochrome Painting (Dansaekhwa) artists. If it is not so, there is no other possible way to explain his undergoing of such a strenuous task as his artistic labour: he applies layers of various nuances of white onto the canvas and makes up the shape of the moon-jar as if the form seems to be slightly emerging from the background, then finally draws a multitude of fine lines. His painting action is a gesture for seeking the truth, and ultimately, a struggle for self-liberation. It is a gesture trying to move towards zenith, similar to the state of nirvana. However, it is not a religious effort but rather an artistic ritual; it has a different dimension and it is more humane. He spends a remarkable amount of time on painting, and faces an avalanche of distracting thoughts, which indicates that his action is only something very human and not of religious or spiritual origin – he is only an artist. Thus, his purely artistic deed is miles away from undergoing spiritual training. The creating of countless fissure lines on the neatly prepared field of white glaze is a metaphor of life, and at the same time a kind of sign. It is akin to an abridged secret code. On the part of the viewers, it takes imagination to decrypt it, let alone to have the empathy to be able to susceptibly identify it with the viewers’ own life. It has a rhizomatous structure stretching out into all directions, proliferating rigorously.


It is none other than a paradox that this rhizomatous feature of Choi Young Wook’s works, thoroughly grounded on the mode of an analogue display, is comparable to the mode of existence in the era of a digitalized civilization. Just like Jake’s remark from the film ‘Avatar’, “A billion trees belong to one giant tree”, the immeasurable thin lines in Choi Young Wook’s works visualize the unseen lines of connection in the domain of the social network Facebook. The invisible network of individual profiles amounting to nearly 900,000,000 reminds you of Choi Young Wook’s cracks; it is virtual yet real. Any meeting on Facebook can be made into a reality. Your action to press the button ‘like’ in regards to any statement or opinion that appears in cyberspace, is definitely a real action. There are also various kinds of emotion involved in cyber-actions, such as pleasure, cheering, love, rage, jealousy and hatred. Accompanied by such varying realistic emotions, friends of Facebook attempt to communicate with one another in the borderless cyberspace. There, the difference of skin colour, religion, or ethnicity does not exist. Once they mutually agree to be friends, the communication starts right away even if there is a certain language barrier between them. It is similar to the flowing river: all kinds of different information loaded on Facebook flows and runs like water in real-time. It is an excellent image of life in the figurative sense.


Choi Young Wook emphatically said that his paintings were a medium for communication. A form of art involves someone who has created it and someone who will appreciate it, and the potential of an interactive communication is built in it. The interaction between an artwork and a viewer is not a patent on the media art relying on a directly responsive method. The interactive experience is possible even in the genre of paintings made by even the analogue method in Choi Young Wook’s work. For instance, when he looks back upon his own life, connecting the lines of the entire web, those who have the ability to grasp the grammar of the artwork will similarly project their own life onto his painting. The artist says:

“What I hope is that those looking at my painting will think of their own stories and will be able to understand and communicate with people who are entangled in their own life.”

“It is the path of our life. [I am not intending to] represent the realistic image of cracks on the porcelain surface. Those lines that I depict split, converge, cut off and meet again at some point. Likewise, in our life, we meet, leave each other, and we are alike yet arguably different, and we can be unified into one, even if we are somewhat different.”

The cracks of the moon-jar is just as much of a symbol for the epitome of life, as a mere aesthetic object to be appreciated. Here is where the charm and ambiguousness of his moon-jar paintings pulsates. The image of the moon-jar at once not only emanates a traditional sense of beauty but a modern one as well. This inclusive aura comes from the colour, subject matter and form. The spectrum of elegant colours ranging from milky white to subtle white, variable grey and black, embodied on the traditional moon-jar, is the crystallization of the perseverance of Chosun potters. Whilst Choi Young Wook puts one foot into tradition, he is also committed to unravel the traditional beauty as something contemporary through the medium of painting. Upon observing his paintings from the technical aspect, there is a kind of optical trick hidden in his work. On the protruding part of the jar either includes a dab of shadow or an image of a traditional landscape, only to make it look genuinely real. Due to this element, the surface cracks provoke the viewers to have illusory feelings of believing them to be real, another reason why his works often come under the rubric of hyperrealism.


The image of the moon-jar has recently become more flat and minimal. The moon-jar has been losing its plump and bulging attributes and the changed features accentuates the flatness even more. At the same time, the hairline cracks spread all over the surface of the jar, and in proportion with the expansion of fine lines, the distinctiveness of the shape of the jar is lessened. Although taking such course may be seen as a minute change, he seems to be advancing towards a certain climax. He will eventually reach ground zero, except I cannot guess when it will be. However, it appears obvious that there is an analogy of life in his work, and he is gradually making the thin mesh of fissures bigger in the similar way as his own life is proceeding: it is a piecemeal procedure in which the facets of one’s life, central or minor, are entwined with those of others, weaving a skein of bond and connection – an endless journey towards ground zero.






Choi Young Wook


1964 Born in Seoul. Korea
1991 B.F.A Hong Ik University (Seoul. Korea)
2000 M.F.A Hong Ik University (Seoul. Korea)


Solo Exhibition


2013 24th Solo Exhibition (Soul Art Space, Busan, Korea)
2013 23rd Solo Exhibition (Gallery a-cube, Tokyo, Japan)
2012 22th Solo Exhibition (Art issue projects.Taipei City. Taiwan)
2012 21th Solo Exhibition (Seojoungwook Gallery. Seoul.Korea)
2012 20th Solo Exhibition (Sun Contemporary. Seoul.Korea)
2012 19th Solo Exhibition (Lotte Gallery.Busan. Korea)
2011 18th Solo Exhibition (Mugaksa. Gwangju. Korea)
2011 17th Solo Exhibition (IAAF World Championships 2011 VIP room. Daegu.Korea)
2011 16th Solo Exhibition (Jun Gallery. Daegu. Korea)
2011 15th Solo Exhibition (Versace aki. Seoul. Korea)
2011 14th Solo Exhibition (Gaga Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2010 13th Solo Exhibition (Yegam Gallery. New York. NY. USA )
2010 12th Solo Exhibition (Gaga Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2010 11th Solo Exhibition (Gong Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2009 10th Solo Exhibition (ArtGate Gallery. New York. NY. USA)
2007 9th Solo Exhibition  (Woori Bank Kang Nam Gallery. Soop Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2007 8th Solo Exhibition  (ANNEX Convention Center. Fukuoka. Japan)
2006 7th Solo Exhibition  (ONO Gallery. Tokyo. Japan)
2004 6th Solo Exhibition  (Seoul Art Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2003 5th Solo Exhibition  (Noam Gallery. Seoul Korea)
2000 4th Solo Exhibition  (Hong Ik University museum. Seoul. Korea)
2000 3rd Solo Exhibition  (Alternative Space. Seoul. Korea)
1996 2nd Solo Exhibition  (Kim Nae Hyun Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
1992 1st Solo Exhibition  (Gain Gallery. Seoul. Korea)


Group Exhibition


2014 ‘Friends, Trough the Years Ⅱ’ (JJ Joong Jung Gallery, Seoul, Korea)
2014 ‘Cultural Code’ (Springs Center of Art, Beijing, China)
2014 ‘K-P.O.P – Process, Otherness, Play’ (Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan)
2013 ‘The Sounds of Korea’ (Embassy of the Republic of Korea in China, Beijing, China)
2013 ‘correspondence’ (BRIDGE GALLERY, Seoul, Korea)
2013 ‘RED GATE’ (Gallery Hogam, Seoul, Korea)
2013 ‘A SCENE FROM A MEMORY’ (odetoart, Singapore)
2013 ‘The Beauty Of Stillness’ (SUPERIOR GALLERY, Seoul, Korea)
2012 Hong-Ik International art Exhibition- alumnus exhibition (Hong Ik University.Seoul.Korea)
2012 Korea contemporary art exhibition (gallery sup. Seoul.Korea)
2012 Friends, Trough the Years (JJ Joong Jung gallery.Seoul.Korea)
2012 Korean Zone – Mind shadowing into Things (MIA gallery.Beijing,China)
2012 Studio Akka Group Exhibition (Studio Akka. Milano. Italia)
2012 Ilwoo Space Group Exhibition (Ilwoo Space. Seoul Korea)
2012 Reality Equals Dream (Art On Gallery. Singapore)
2012 Seek (JJ Joong Jung Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Flying Dragon Exhibition (Suppoment Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Adagio non molto (EON Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Art in Life Life in Art (Art On Gallery. Singapore)
2012 Gallery Epoque Group Exhibition (Epoque Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Stone, Water, Moon Exhibition (JJ Joongjung Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Fiction Nonfiction (Interalia Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Korea-China Exchane Exhibition (Indecon Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Korean and Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition (Jigudang Gallery. Tokyo. Japan)
2012 Korean and Bulgarian Exchange Exhibition (Sofia Municipal Gallery of Art. Bulgaria)
2012 Exhibition Celebrating the Opening of Jungang Newspaper Branch. sponsored by Origin Painting Association (LA Jungang Newspaper Gallery. LA. USA)
2012 Metro Group Exhibition (In Sa Art Gallery. Seoul. Korea)
2012 Treasures From The Mythology (Yegam Gallery. N.Y. USA)
2012 Maum Group Exhibition (NY. USA)
2012 Suwon University Museum of Art (Suwon. Korea)

and participated over 150 times of group exhibition

Art fair


2014 SOAF (Seoul, Korea)
2014 Chicago International Art Fair (Chicago, USA)
2014 Palm Beach Art Fair (Miami, USA)
2014 LA Art Show (LA, USA)
2014 Artshow Busan 2014 (Busan, Korea)
2014 New York Scope Art Show (New York, USA)
2014 Seoul Living Design Fair (Seoul, Korea)
2013 Art Miami CONTEXT, FL, USA
2013 Toronto Internatinal Art Fair (Toronto, Canada)
2013 Houston Art Fair (Houston, USA)
2013 G Seoul (Grand Hilton, Seoul, Korea)
2013 KIAF (Seoul, Korea)
2012 Miami art fair (Miami. USA)
2012 doors art fair (Seoul.Korea)
2012 KIAF(Seoul.Korea)
2012 Art Kwangju (Kwangju.Korea)
2012 Kunst art fair (Bolzano. Italy)
2012 KIAF (New York. USA)
2011 Cologne art fair (Cologne. Germany)
2011 Miami art fair (Miami. USA)
2011 Doors art fair (Seoul. Korea)
2011 Kwangju art fair (Kwangju. Korea)
2011 Singapore art fair (Singapore)
2011 KIAF art Fair (Seoul. Korea)
2011 Asia Top Gallery Hotel Fair Hyatt (Seoul. Korea)
2011 Asia Top Gallery Hotel art fair (Hong Kong)
2011 New York Scop art fair (USA)
2011 New York Red dot art fair (USA)
2011 Daegu artfair (Daegu. Korea)
2011 Miami Scop art fair (USA)
2010 LA art fair (USA)
2007 Kyeung Hyang Art Fair (Kyeng Ki. Korea)
2007 ANNEX Convention Center (Fukuoka. Japan)
2004 KIAF art fair (Seoul. Korea)





España Monarchy (España)
Luxembourg Monarchy (Luxembourg)
JEI Education (Seoul.Korea)
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (Seattle.USA)
Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia.USA)
Loreal Korea (Seoul. Korea)
Komferry Asia (Seoul. Korea)
LG, U Plus (Seoul.Korea)
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea (Gwacheon. Korea)
Korea Herald (Seoul.Korea)
Baekgong Museum, Gangwon, Korea
Suwon University (Suwon. Korea)
Blue Dot (Chilgok-gun.Gyeongsangbuk-do. Korea)
Korean Air (Seoul.Korea)



A Member of Korea Fine Art Association
A Member of Kang Nam Art Association
A Member of Origin Art Association







  Woo, Byung-chul





     Woo, Byungchul, seeing. 91x72.7cm, 2010. oil on canvas





   Woo, Byungchul, seeing. 91x72.7cm, 2010. oil on canvas



        Mokwon University. fineart collage


             Solo Exhibition


             Yonngart Gallery2009, 2010, 2011 (Seoul)

             Kyunin Gallery 1998 (Seoul)

             Hyundae Gallery 1998 (Korea)

             OwonGallery 2003 (Korea)


             Art Fair


             Asia Top Hotel Art Fair(Seoul, HongKong) 2009~ 2013

             SCOPE Art Fair(NewYork) 2010~2011

             Seoul Open Art Fair(Seoul) 2009~2014

             ArtHamptons(Hamptons. USA) 2011~2014

             Art SouthHamptons(Hamptons. USA) 2014

             ART FAIR21.( GERMANY) 2010~2011

             HongKong AIAA(HongKong) 2009~2010

             Gwangju Art Fair (Korea) 2010

             Art Daegu(Korea) 2010

             NewYork Art Expo(NewYork) 2009

             Seoul Art Salon (Seoul) 2009

             HongKong AIAA(HongKong) 2009, 2013

             Shanghai Art Fair(Shanghai) 2009

             Daegu Art Fair(Korea) 2009, 2014

             Korea Art Fair(Seoul) 2003, 2013

             LA Art Show( LA, USA) 2014~2015

             Miami Spectrum Art Fair(USA) 2014

             Miami Palm Beach Art Fair(USA) 2015

             London Battersea Affordable(London) 2014





Cha Kyung Jin



Cha Kyung Jin_ The Journey to Hunab Ku(Earth)_2015_ 140_87_37cm_ copper Wire







Cha Kyung Jin_ The Journey to Hunab Ku(Earth)_2015_  copper Wire





1992 M.F.A., Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea


Solo Exhibitions


2015 A Journey to Hunab Ku/ Gallery GO, Incheon

2013 Return to Nature /, Michuhol Gallery, Incheon

2011 2 Sculpture/ Sinseogye Window gallery,Incheon

2010Indra’s Net, Alchemy of Relationships / Cube Space, Seoul, Bupyeong Art Center, , Incheon

2007 Two Face/ Gualldam Gallery, Incheon

2007 Desire of the Forest/ Insa Art Center, Seoul, Michuhol Gallery, Incheon

2006 The Shadow of Existence/ Haewon Gallery, Incheon

1996 Civilization-Excavation, Apocalypse-The Time of Gods/

Kong Pyeong Art Center, Seoul






Alvin Lee, Bung Lyol / 1952-

lee Byunglyol



Lee, Bung Lyol _Weather Map-Windy day_Mixed Media_78cmx46cm





 Lee, Bung Lyol _Weather Map-Windy day_Mixed Media_78cmx46cm




Alvin Lee, Bung Lyol / 1952-


Bangladesh Biennale 2004, Asian Biennale 2006 KL Malaysia, Asian Biennale 2008 Zhengzhou China ,

Planed Art Project - Asian Spirit & Soul 2008 ( Sung Nam Art Center ) Spirit Asia 2010,Beijing (Scola Art Center, Beijing, China)


Selected Solo Exhibitions & Chief Group Exhibitions

11 times Solo Exhibitions (Shanghai, Singapore, Bali, Malaysia, Seoul etc)

MIAF Art Fair 2014 (Hangaram Museum, Seoul Art Center)

Invited to ‘Watercolor Today’ 2014 (Singapore)

Asian Art Exhibition 2012 ( Tainan, Chinese Taipei

Malaysia Art Expo 2006-20010 ( Malaysia )

‘Spirit Asia’ 2010 Contemporary Art Exhibition(Scola Art Center, Beijing)

Shanghai Art Expo 2009 (Shanghai)

China Art Expo 2006 (Beijing)

Invited to the "Asian Wind"(Chiba, Japan)

The Korean Contemporary Art in Wien (Austria)

The Korean Contemporary Art in Paris (France)

Over Several Hundred times Participated in Numerous Major Private Exhibitions, Group Exhibitions in Austria, France, Germany, Tokyo, Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong,Taiwan, Jakarta etc.





Choi Seungyoon(1984~)





Choi Seungyoon_Beginning of the stop-2015-32_oil on canvas_100x80cm 







 Choi Seungyoon _Beginning of the stop-2015-32_oil on canvas_53x45cm





Every day of our lives, we are continually encountering the events which is caused by our ironical basic demands, such as get hungry so we eat, get hot so we drink cold water and work hard so we rest. We are in the middle of the gigantic stream of the story that is created by these balancing activities from these unlimited opposition solutions for our needs. In easy words, if we think that we should stop eating than we would like to keep eating, if there are something that gets forbidden than people will get crazy to do it. It is very common human society nature.


I found recent Hollywood movie “Gravity” very intriguing. The keyword from the movie was the gravity as it said on the title. The gravity contains the very basic but powerful force that can disrupt the time and space. The planet contains this gravity becomes huge magnetic object, which I believe that is origin of the rule of the opposition between plus and minus. Magnet contains two different sides N and S which is very mirror characteristic. They only be able to exist because of each other’s existences. They cannot be separated. As planet contains magnetic characteristic, we humans also variously have these two different sides characteristic. May be that is why we call someone “Star” who keeps others attention very well.


In this topic, it seems like I am demonstrating about magnetic characteristic between two opposite sides, however this discussion eventually become pointing at the third fact that is hidden. I believe that the world we are living is not only two opposite sides, there are third part. It is because of these two different sides. That is the reason why number three is easily acceptable for us. In many religions take the trinity very heavily, the three separations of powers in modern democracy countries and the most of competition counts up to the third place. In history, many of ancient scholars believed that human are consist of mind, soul and body. It could be effected by the fact that we are living in this three dimensional world.


My work “The completion of the beginning” is the story about between the complexity and simplicity, Big and small. As our huge solar system is nothing but only the dot from Milky Way galaxy map. Our complicated lives only a tale to someone. Personally, “beginning of the stop” was a big problem to me, it had been always conversational topic to me when I decided the level of completion for my work. I personally consider my painting as a human being. As human dies, I thought the completion of my work is decided when the movement of the picture is stopped. However, in my rule of the opposition, it always makes it hard when I tried to stop the movement of the picture to complete. However, I consider that this paradox leads to me to express the ironical movement which is stopped but still moving.


“The rule of the freedom” work came out in the opposite direction during my work “Beginning of the stop”. It was challenge to me with the thought “Let’s drawing freely”. It contains two face characteristic between stop and beginning, however I found often hard to orchestrate between this two opposite senses. For example, when I tried to draw feely, this thought became a limit to present a truly freedom. I think human made its own rules from the true freedom and when rule became limitation than always look for freedom. These activity has been going on entire human history. Therefore, it came to me as the thought that is it only ideal to think about the true freedom? Then there are no such a thing as the true freedom? I tried to describe this questions of mine in my work. Therefore, my work became not really free but also not really limited. From my work, I started to believe that if there are demands of being free then opposite side will demands as well so it will limit each other. I found that when the freely drawn lines met each other, they become closed space.


To be specific, all oh my works “The completion of the beginning”, “The rule of the freedom” and “Beginning of the stop” series are basically similar but they are different. I think that it is the true nature of the world. Same but different, different but same. As in wider view we are all human beings but we think we are not the same.

I think it is important to consider the true meaning of “The Opposite Side” from us. We think it is opposite, because it is opposite side from us or we think it is not this side so that we believe it is as “The Opposite Side”. I believe the ultranationalists and extremists of the left are actually similar. Two side divided oppositions are actually connected. I present this ironic characteristic world throughout my work.




Seoul national university of science and technology , fine art


Solo exhibition


2014 3-Party encounter / feeling store

2014 Beginning of the stop / Youngeun Museum of Contemporary Art

2013 Perfect flat / Leeha gallery

2013 It’s real / cafe theatre

2012 ‘Completion of departure’ / NH gallery

2011 'Choi Seung-yoon solo exhibition' / Song's gallery


Team exhibition

2015 gaga contemporary art / gagagallery

sixsense / gallery Ilho

Young artist / United gallery

YAP RETURNS / Vollekanne gallery

YAP RELOAD / gallery Ilho

2014 Light / jevi-flower cafe

Yap year-end / gallery pop

Love&Thank you / minari house

Seoul Design Spot / kimreea gallery

Atropalce / Hyundai department

gangdong young eyes / gangdong art center

Contemporary art tends to read / ami museum

MAKESHOP TOP10 / makeshop art space

YAP harvest / chungmu art hall

Loyalty / Put on downwind sails

Morag Morag / Ilho gallery

2014 Young artist / gallery catholic

YAP2014 Great gift / moonam gallery

YAP2014 The 1st / chungmu art hall

Space support project / united gallery

2013 one more / mooshin museum

Young artist / gallery catholic

Let’s Hang: Whatever you can carry / space O’newwall

Gwanghwamun international art festival / Sejong art center

sophia art company / gallery AW

artmartket / gallery Jung

NEW THINGKING NEW ART / leeseoul gallery

Young & young artist project 3rd / youngeun museum of contemporary art

500,000won / Hongyunartcenter

2011 Gallery zum tema exhibition

‘Great minor of seoul city' / UNOFFICIAL PREVIEW

2010 ‘Graduation exhibition of excellent works’ / Gallery young

2009 ‘Good luck to' / Dokwon gallery

2008 Young-deng-po station permanent exhibition

'Young artist 4' / Art center soonsoo



2015 Asia contemporary art fair / conrad hotel hongkong

Artrooms / meila white hotel(UK, London)

2014 blanc blue hotel art fair / grand ambassador hotel seoul

majoongmul art market / kimreea gallery

breeze art fair / blue square nemo

2013 jung art market 3rd / gallery jung

jung art market 1th / gallery jung



2013~2014 yeongeun residence


Works buy : youngeun museum, individuall, london(UK), Hongkong





Kang, Hong Q




 Kang, Hong Q _ Rebirth at Hoi An _2013_ 100x66.5cm






Kang, Hong Q_Rebirth at Hoi An -2014_ 100x66.5cm



1992 ChungAng university

(Majored photograph)

1997 Academy of art university MFA

(Majored Motion picture and Video)

now assistant professor, Joongbu university

(Broadcasting and visual art)

1997 solo exhibition in San Francisco Film "caninibals"

2004 solo exhibition in seoul , Avinon through window





Jong wook, Jeong





Jong wook, Jeong_2014_53x41cm_Mixed media on Canvas





Jong wook, Jeong_2014_Energy, 53x41cm_Mixed media on Canvas





Graduated f개m College of Fine Arts, Hongik Univ, South Korea

Solo Exhibition 3times

Group Exhibition (selected)

Korea Artist Invitation in LA, Gallery Sun, LA, USA

Korea-Russia Anniversary Art Exhibition, Central house of painters, Moskva, Russia Korea Modern Art, The Korean Consul at Osaka, Japan

Salon D'HIVER, Paris, France

The Exhibition in Commemoration of the International Association of Culture & Art Friendship, Seoul Museum, Seoul, South Korea

The international Exchange Exhibition of Korea, South Korea


Present Member of Hyung Seong Grup and Korea Fine Art Association






CHOI, Haejung




2009 Ecole Emile Cohl, Lyon France

2003 Sculpture, Seoul National University (BFA)

1995 Seoul Art High School, painting and sculpture



2015 <Among thoughts>, Gallery Far Beyond, South Korea

2014 Choi haejung Solo Exhibition, Space Not-Sun, South Korea

2013 <Bird>, Gallery Aura, Seoul, South Korea

2011 <Rear Window>, Gaga Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

2010 <Fenêtres>, SU Gallery, Seoul, South Korea


Group, Selected Exhibitions

2015 <Turn the page> Artist Book Fair, Norfolk, England (scheduled in May)

2014 <About Books> Group Exhibition, Sangsangmadang gallery, Seoul, South Korea

      <Turn the page> Artist Book Fair, Norfolk, England

2013 <About Books> Group Exhibition, Sangsangmadang gallery, Seoul, South Korea

2012 <Art Salada> Korean-Japanese Artist group exhibition, Pyengchandong, Seoul

<Book Dantalion> Korean Artist Introducing Section, Osaka, Japon

<Wow Book> Independant Publishing Fair, Soegyodong, Seoul South Korea

<About Books> Group Exhibition, Sangsangmadang gallery, Seoul, South Korea

<Turn the page> Artist Book Fair, Norfolk, England

2011 <About Books> Group Exhibition, Sangsangmadang gallery, Seoul

<Peong Chang> Group Exhibition, Sinsant gallery, Seoul

<Sis book>Group Exhibition, Sono factory gallery, Seoul

2008 <Entre deux mondes> Group Exhibition, Lyon, France


Competition & Awards


2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 About books , Sangsangmadang gallery, Seoul, Korea

2015, 2014, 2012 Turn the page 2015, 2014, 2012 , Norwich, England

2011 Competition for Pyeong-chang, Pyeong-chang olympic organization, Seoul, Korea


Possession of work

Gallery, Library, etc

Far beyond Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Gallery Aura, Seoul, Korea

Book Dantalion, Osaka, Japon

Sangsang Madang Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

Seoul National University Library, South Korea

Seoul National Library, South Korea


Private Kim Kyung Hee (Prof. at Sungsil university), Kim jong hyon (prof. Seoul Natinal University of science and technology in Korea), Tsuchimochi Eitaro (Japan), etc.




Park, Hyun Bae









2004 B.F.A Colleg of Fine Art, Daejin University

2011 M.F.A Daejin University


Solo Exhibition

2012 Gallery Soon

2011 Seongnam Arts Center

2011 Gallery UNC

2010 Gallery K

2010 Gallery MOA

2009 Kwanhoon Gallery

2008 Seoho Gallery


Other during participation in a number of art exhibitions









Jung, Unsik



 Jung unsik - Steve Jobs,  310x80x500mm, steninless steel, 2015






Jung unsik - Audrey Hepburn, 320x80x500mm, steninlesssteel, 2015





Jung unsik


Gyeongsang National. University

(ART Education) graduation‘

University of Seoul

(Environmental Sculpture) the master´s course


private exhibition

2014 Side-面 (POSCOENC Master view Museum)

2013 면-面 (Iksan cultural foundation Amazing culture)

2013 ICON (Dongshin Univ. Culture Museum)

2012 Image (ART trees gallery)


group exhibiton

2014.12 miami art fair (gaga gallery)

2014.10 Recovery (Red brick gallery)

2014.9 Art WINDS (SFAC)

2014.8 Harvest season (Chungmu art hall)

2014.7 YAP of four (Gallery M)

2014.6 1230 the study of Art (GNCAC)

2014.2 animation, animal (GMA)

2014.1 New carving (ARTspace H)



2013 ART VILLAGE SINHWA Formative Fine Arts ,Grand prize

2013 Soeburi steel Art, Gold medal







Kim, Dongwook



Kim Dong-Wook- subway station 2015 oil on canvas 91x45.5cm





 Kim Dong-Wook rainy streets 2015 oil on canvas 91x45.5cm




Kim Dong WookG WOOKEducationKeimyung University College of Fine Arts Studied at the Department of Fine Art, Saint-Petersburg Sate Universite, RussiaChung-Ang University School of Art and Art modelingAwardsSosa earn Art Competition destinationRepublic of Korea Nude Art Exhibition ExcellenceJeju Special eroticism contestPOSCO Specialty Art ExhibitionCod Art Exhibition specialtiesConstant Art of War SpecialExperienceCollege of Fine Arts Exhibition 2007 in Tianjin, China - Tianjin2008 little blue chips - sinmi Gallery (cod)2008 new attention Emerging Artists Exhibition - accompanied Gallery (Guangzhou)2009 new frontier atr space - Mercury ahteupiah (cod, private booths ago)2009 A Contemporary Art Exhibition - Tokyo Ginza. 2010 Contemporary Art Exhibition - Tabuk to gallery2010 Eastern Light (Italy Korea before inviting Harmony) - Rome2010 9th Yellow Sea Art Fair - Pyeongtaek Reservoir Art Museum (private booths ago)2010 19th International Art Expo punishment Sosa - Pyeongtaek Reservoir Art MuseumChung-Ang University School of Art 2011 self-portrait - a &s Gallery2011 Asia's flame ago - Suwon Museum2011 Asian KIEV - Hongik University2012 Asia program-old Seoul Station2012 Budding Artists - M Gallery2012 Daegu Art Fair - COEX2013 of the Yuyuan ago - Topo House2013 Cosmopolitan ago - Suwon MuseumKim Dong Wook 2013 Solo Exhibition, Gallery IzuKim Dong Wook 2014 Solo Exhibition, Insa Art Center (first teukbyeolgwan)2014 Through The Eyes Of Soul - Chungmu Art Center2014 YAP - Chungmu Art Center2014 YAP before harvest - Chungmu Art CenterGyeongnam Art Fair 2014 - Changwon Exhibition Convention Center2014 Young Artists - M Gallery2014 Morag Morag pre-issue Gallery2014 Asia program - nine Seoul2014 Seoul Art Show - COEX2015 Travel 2015 - M Gallery2015 YAP - issue Gallery2015 solo exhibition invites Kim Dong Wook - daon Gallery2015 Seoul Open Art Fair (SOFA) - COEXWorks sojangcheo- Baekyang Tourist Hotel, Pyeongtaek Reservoir Art Museum, Inc. go media- Yuk Young-soo Center, Children's Memorial Dual number munhakga 



In the work notes ...Among the many cities and familiar city to live every day that I passed in sometime during the trip, there is a romantic freedom, seems to have quietly been To loneliness coexist together.And pleasure of the city on the back of positive meaning of the brilliant life of modern people, which is a by-product of capitalism, has been fierce life inherent lonely modern people increasingly isolated.We feel is in freedom, is a deficiency, it is alienation and loneliness.Not only, deficiency and alienation, is in the loneliness of human double life of in the flower of the city to search for freedom and romance have been included in the work.Modern people in the intensity of the city, there is also Attempting craving Nukedaso the city, sometimes sophisticated scent of subtle beans and sometimes romantic city of night view of the cafe, that you miss the relationship between the people I have also. The lyricism of many cities fringed behind the city of pomp, loneliness and alienation of modern man, I want to expose to hope and loneliness and romance.Person of urban landscape is portrayed the impression to real in a way that has been re-configure the afterimage that gives light and shadow in the memory and spatial representation along the flow of time.







Kim, Yoongwoong



Alien, 72.7cm x 60.6cm, Mixed Media, 2015





Unfounded Journey-1_72.7cm x 60.6cm_Mixed Media_2015





Kim,Young Woong


Graduated from Dept. of Fine Art , Hongik Univ.

2014 Sadaemun Artist Community Exhibition so on.

2014 MIAF Art Fair, Seoul Art Centre,Hangaram Museum/Collaboring works

Malaysia Art Expo, Matrade Convention Centre , KL

Nexart Exhibition 'Auction Party', Insa Art Gallery

Asian Watercolour, Kepco Art Centre, Seoul

Asian Art Expression, Tainan, Taiwan Art Museum

Secretary General/IACO, Member of Korea Art Association







Hojin 60×60cm_ceramic on canvas_2014





HoJin_Sweet Imagination_60×60cm_ceramic on canvas_2014





solo_11 / ArtFair_14 / Group_80
2015 Solo      Shine Think (Gallery PUESTO, Seoul)
2015 Solo      Le Penseur (GAGA Gallery, Seoul)
2015 ArtFair   Affordable Art Fair (GAGA Gallery, Hong Kong)
2015 ArtFair   Seoul Open Art Fair (GAGA Gallery, Seoul)
2015 ArtFair   Affordable Art Fair (GAGA Gallery, Singapore)
2015 ArtFair   Busan Art Market Arrair (GAGA Gallery, Busan)
2015 ArtFair   Asia Contemporary Art Buyer (iLHO Gallery, Hong Kong)
2015 ArtFair   Art Palmbeach (GAGA Gallery, Florida)







Han, Bongju


The Sea , 63x63cm, Photograph





The Sea , 63x63cm, Photograph




Han, Bongju


2008 목인 겔러리 (그룹전) Mokin Museum
2009 갤러리 서안(그룹전) Seoan Museum
2010 양천 도서관 갤러리 (그룹전) Yangcheon Library Gallery
2011 인사아트 (그룹전) Insa Art Center
2011 한국금융예탁원 갤러리 (그룹전) KSD Gallery
2013 인사아트 (그룹전) Insa Art Center
2013 한미미술관 (그룹전) Hanmi Museum
2014 한미미술관 (그룹전) Hanmi Museum





Love for You 15-3 _2015_maxing meterial on wood_60 x 60 cm




 Love for You 15-4 _2015_maxing meterial on wood_60 x 60 cm






• A Master's degree in Applied Fine Art at Plastic Graduate School of SungShin Women's University



• Gallery Sa-gak (Insa, Seoul)

• Gallery ZEINXENO (KwangHwaMoon, Seoul)



• winter story (Violet Gallery, InSa, Seoul, 2014)

& many times



• w-art show (Lottle Hotel, Jamsil, Seoul, 2014)

• doors Art-Fair (Imperial Palace Hotel, NonHyun, Seoul, 2015)

• SEOUL OPEN ART FAIR (COEX, SamSumg, Seoul, 2015)







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