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Exhibition of Two Korean Artists "East Window"


2024.7.1 Mon - 7.14 Sun


SAN BANCHO GALLERY is pleased to present "east window," an exhibition of works by two Korean artists.

This exhibition features works by two Korean artists who use windows as a starting point to express the Eastern sensibility that values the invisible world.

 

[ Choi Eun-hyea ]

Using pale neutral colors that look slightly bleached, she creates landscapes that combine colors and shapes collected from somewhere between visual experience and memory. The subjective world of memory, painted based on the scenery seen from curtains or airplane windows, evokes a nostalgic feeling in the viewer.

[Jeong, Kwang-bok ]

Using the oriental lacquer painting technique, He creates paintings that have the characteristics of windows that open and close on hinges. He entrusts the oriental philosophy that values the invisible world to the lacquer painting technique, which uses transparent paint, with the hope that windows to the oriental world will become even more open.

 

Please take advantage of this rare opportunity to see this rare exhibition in Japan.








Eun-hyea Choi "Toned Landscape" Oil painting 80.3 x 100cm
Eun-hyea Choi "Toned Landscape" Oil painting 80.3 x 100cm







Kwang-bok Jeong "Infinity Abstract Palette Series" Lacquer 60 x 40 x 7 cm
Kwang-bok Jeong "Infinity Abstract Palette Series" Lacquer 60 x 40 x 7 cm






SAN BANCHO GALLERY



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