Monthly Archives: May 2016

“Summer Shower”: Korean-American artist Jamie M. Lee at Bongsan Cultural Centre, Daegu via Art Radar

Posted on 24/05/2016 by Ambika Rajgopal via Art Radar IMG_Jamie M. Lee, “Summer Shower”, 2016, installation view at The Glass Box. Image courtesy the artist and Bongsan Cultural Center. “Summer Shower” at Daegu’s Bongsan Cultural Center showcases volumes and voids in the poetic work of Korean-American artist Jamie M. Lee. Bi-dimensional assemblages and traditional paper cut-outs explore […]

Korean artist Lee Jungdong’s “Translucent Narrative” at KWANHOON Gallery, Seoul via art radar

Posted on 16/05/2016 by Ambika Rajgopal IMG_Lee Jungdong, ‘LOOK 1’ (detail), 2015, mixed media on vinyl, 350 x 180 cm. Image courtesy the artist and KWANHOON Gallery, Seoul. . Technology and multimedia merge in order to examine the relationships between virtuality and reality. Seoul’s KWANHOON Gallery presents the solo exhibition of South Korean artist Lee Jungdong. […]

Meeting between gallery and artist set across IP addresses

May 6th, 2016 by MARKT Editorial (IMG_Audi Building in Busan) Title: Kim Jongsook Solo Show “Spectacle or Phantasmagoria” Date: Apr 6 Wed. ~ May 13, 2016 Fri. Location: Gallery rae in Busan (   #PopularNewYorkArtnetArtist #Swarovski #Crystal #Artificial Landscape #HongdaeSchool #Home-grownartist #speedydoctoratedegree #Hardworker #Iworkalone.  These are the hashtags for artist Kim Jongsook. Influenced by her […]

Exhibition Review: Painting Without Image

Kim Jongsook Solo Exhibition “SPECTACLE OR PHANTASMAGORIA” @Gallery rae in Busan, Korea (Apr 6 ~ May 13, 2016 ) April 20, 2016 by Kyung Jin Cho, Art Critic of MARKT Editorial Painting Without Image Since 2000, Kim Jongsook has entered into a kind of aesthetic, painterly adventure through a process called “crystal painting.” She abandoned the conventional […]

Beijing Blossom Buds and Bentu at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris via Forbes

MAY 1, 2016 @ 11:42 PM by  Alexandra A. Seno, CONTRIBUTOR of Forbes IMG_Installation by Xu Zhen against a painting by Liu Wei at “Bentu: Chinese Artists in a Time of Turbulence and Transformation” (Photos by Alexandra A. Seno) In Mandarin, Bentu means “native soil.” At the ambitious program of contemporary Chinese art at the Fondation Louis […]