Kyungmoon CHOI
(b. Korea)
Kyungmoon CHOI is a Korean artist known for his hyper-real glass container and perfume bottle paintings that represent people’s desires, materialism and aesthetic values.

Choi gathers his inspiration from perfume, roses, watches, and high fashion amongst other things. The shared characteristic of such iconography is that they might appear grand, but ultimately lead finite lives. The beautiful figures and faces of models are subject to the cruelty of time and societal opinion. Gorgeous roses turn black as time passes, only to end up in the trash. Even perfume fades, no matter what the price tag reads. In Choi's works, these images are trapped inside of glass, their fragmented visuals symbolizes their momentary existence.

Kyungmoon Choi was born in Korea. He received his BFA and MFA from Hongik University. He has been featured in galleries and museums since 2006 including Galerie Bhak (Seoul), Woolim Gallery (Seoul), Sinmi Gallery (Daegu), Kwanhoon Gallery (Soul), Art Miami Pavilion (Miami, USA), USA KIAF Coex, and many more.

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