Bog Hee Joung
“I love me and I love my line.”
To visualize repressed and restrained life that women go through, I used the image of the corset as a symbol. By combining the image of corset and “Jeogori”, which is Korean traditional jacket, I tried to express the harmony of those two symbols with line drawing. In an abstract expression, I expressed the harmony of line and face through soft curves and sharp random traces on the canvas or hemp.
Through the shape of flying corset, I expressed the women’s effort to escape from the restrictions. I want to give you a message about women’s desire to establish self-awareness and willingness to fly above the sky without any limitation. Engraved the shape of corset and collaged them on the canvas, added texture through modeling paste and then colored them in detail.
2018 Hongik University (Korea)
Graduate School of Fine Arts (Completed)
2019 The Art Studetns League of New York (New York) (Completed)
July 2015 Winner, The International Exhibition of Culture and Art
Oct 2015 Special Winner, Gang-nam Art Exhibition
Nov 2015 Winner, World Art Writers Competition
Jun 2016 Winner, The Selection of Seoul Art Awards
Jul 2016 Special Winner, Na Hye-Seok Art Exhibition
Jun 2014 An Exhibition of “Our Stories ”
Oct 2015 A Contemporary Art Exhibition
Dec 2015 Bog Hee Joung’s Solo Exhibition
Jul 2016 Bog Hee Joung’s Solo Exhibition
Sep 2017 Hongik University Taoist Resolution Exhibition
In Joo Kang
The 'Sound' series expresses the vitality of nature with the use of a paint knife, and expresses the colors and forms of the screen with great emotions.
Graduated in Occidental Painting, Hongik University
- 33 Solo exhibitions
- Group Exhibitions 200 times or more
- 2017 Japan Salon Blanc Art Exhibition (Tokyo, Japan)
- 2016 Romania Invitation Exhibit (Romania)
- 2016 Paris Solo Invitation Exhibit (France)
- 2015 New York Mountain Art Fair (USA)
- 2012 Kingston Invitation Exhibit (England)
Shannon Lee is a Korean American artist and writer. The body of work
currently exhibited are personal meditations on tenderness. These works explore the humanity and innate beauty of our physical limitations the fallibility of memory, the softness of our bodies, mortality.
2018 BFA Pratt Institute, painting
Wilson Keithline is an American set designer and wood worker.
His candid works, usually made in one sitting, are confrontations with fear.
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