Myeongjin SONG
(b. Korea)
Myeongjin SONG's (b. Korea) paintings contain ambiguous borders that add to its uniqueness and stimulate interest. Flatness and three dimensionality, darkness and light, abstract and familiar, hardness and flexibility, and tactility and visibility are all common dualities that can be found within her work. Using limited palettes, contrast, textures and forms, she demonstrates the human experience through the power of images. Here, tactility is not the same in the sense that hyper realistic paintings trigger our desire to touch. It is the visual tactility that Song utilizes that reminds viewers of their everyday experiences and physical sensations.

Myeongjin Song received her BFA and MFA from Hong-ik University in Korea. Her works have been featured in numerous solo exhibitions presented by UNC gallery (Seoul), Ctrl Gallery (Houston), Sungkok Museum (Seoul), Artside Gallery (Beijing), Roe Gallery (Seoul), among many more. She is the awardee from many famed institutions and foundations including The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation Award (USA), Sungkok Museum’s 2008 ‘Tomorrow’s Artists’, Paradise Foundation’s Art Omi Residency (2007), Kumho Museum’s ‘2005 Young Artists’, and the Songeun Art Award (2004).

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