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CHUN Inah exhibbition “Sak – Dong (色、動)”

CHUN Inah exhibbition “Sak – Dong (色、動)”
Period:May 10 (Wed), 2017 - May 21 (Sun), 2017
Etc.:Opening Reception: May 10 (Wed.) 18:00 – 19:30 / The artist will be present.
Closed:Mondays, Tuesdays
Venue:205b(Tachibana Gallery)

Tachibana Gallery will hold the Korean artist Chun Inah's solo show "Sak - Dong" from May 10 to May 21, 2017. This is her first solo exhibition in Japan and presents new paintings in her <Matrix series, 2017> representing dynamics and freedom through the theme of "birds' movements."

Chun's artworks, which are always moving like living cells, continue to search for the motives in the appearances of living creatures. The obscure shapes like the parts of human bodies or other creatures in her artworks conjure emotionally profound inspirations as bio-shaped abstraction. The artist takes images of familiar nature and creates harmony on the canvas, diffusing them to thread all the separate images into a single theme.

Chun Inah is the granddaughter of Jeon Hyeong-Pil who is the founder of the Gansong Art Museum in Seoul. She graduated from Seoul National University - B.F.A. in 1993 & M.F.A. in 1997 - and completed her PhD course in Fine Arts at Kookmin University, Seoul in 2014. She is currently active as an artist in Korea.

  • AIR 3331
  • 3331 TRANS ARTS