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Curator's pick

Clara Shin


2019. 01. 04

2018. 12. 17

2018. 12. 17

2018. 12. 17

Clara Shin

2018. 12. 12

"All work no play makes jack a dull boy." It is Monday again and you are still lingering on your sweet weekend? Take a few minutes off from your work and enjoy artworks to lift your vibe. Art does not have to be serious and thought provoking all the time. This curation provides you with the most heart lightening artworks from our beloved artists. Here you will see what magic colours, shapes, lines and other visual elements can do to expand your mind and refresh your spirit. Enjoy and look forward to a fruitful week!

2018. 09. 17

We keep drawing new lines. We draw lines between people. We follow the lines on the streets. We continue to draw the lines in the air or on paper until we meet our destination. Lines which could portray you or me and mountains or sea. Shaky lines; broken and reconnected lines; overlapping and erased lines; or strong as faith yet uncertain lines; corrected and redone lines. The lines artists draw reveal their worries and the meanings behind the lines in a solid form. Line itself is a track of life. What kinds of lines have they been drawing today living under the same sky? And what kinds of lines have you drawn today? I hope your life and the lines you have drawn will merge like a piece of painting

2018. 08. 10

A Hug

Sungyoul KIM

When an event occurs, it just passes in the first place. Its meaning happens only when you hug the event after experiencing similar events many times for a long time. Events are repeated and meanings are adjusted over time. You get closer to the event and you get to the nearest of the event when you hug it. The hug can be of tactile sensation as in <Obelisco> by Mattina Marcelo or <Winter> by Christine Graf, of light as in <Jeongdok in Spring 1505> by Jungho Lee, of memories spread on a plane as in <zad.suf> by David Ronce or <Washed Out> by Sunny Chyun.

2018. 07. 27

Sungyoul KIM

One involves many inside and many can be reduced to one with the possibility of categorical violence. <Black & White> by Grégoire A. Meyer and <Hiraeth #3> by Henry Clayton tell us the multiplicity of an individual. The multiplicity or the text of an individual is formed in time with the surroundings or the context of the individual. <Wind> by Lazaro Hurtado, <Miseria e Nobiltà> by Gianpiero Casetta, and <Onions with a book, Sisley> by Anne Baudequin tell us how an individual changes in time to a different one. On the other hand, <Waves> and <Solo les aventajaba era un detalle diminuto> by Paloma Marquez tell us that many can be one but it can be a violence to an individual. <Panta rei II> by Richard Silvaggio shows us an individual crouching between being himself or herself and being others.

2018. 07. 17

Jackie Kim

We touch or get touched in daily life. From the beginning to the end of the day, people start their days with touching something. Touch is not only an action but also a way to make a relationship; there is a certain aura and energy within touch. Whether it gives good or bad influence, by transferring ourselves energy, we feel each other and get involved with the society.

2018. 07. 06