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Alternative Realities 2016

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Alternative Realities 2017

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Alternative Realities 2018

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Alternative Realities 2018

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Doggonit 2015 (The next three photos by Alan Wiener courtesy of Greenwich House Pottery)

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Molt, 2014 (Photo by Alan Wiener courtesy of Greenwich House Pottery)

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Poodlings 2015 (The next two photos by Alan Wiener courtesy of Greenwich House Pottery)

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Poodlings Eggsperimental, 2017

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Reclining Dudes 2017

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Around the World JjaJangMyun

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Napoleon Study A study of Napoleon Bonaparte. Included in Yen Magazine’s Curvy 3 Showcase, 2006

Eun-Ha Paek was born in Seoul, Korea. She received a BFA in Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her animated films have screened in the Guggenheim Museum, Sundance Film Festival, and venues internationally. Grants and awards include the Windgate Scholarship and Rudy Autio Grant from the Archie Bray Foundation, a Travel and Study Grant from The Jerome Foundation and the Anna Siok Award from Greenwich House Pottery.

Her work has received mentions in The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly and G4 Tech TV. She has been a guest lecturer at Rhode Island School of Design and Fashion Institute of Technology and a visiting critic at Maryland Institute College of Art.

EunHa Paek

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Hold me, 2015

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I Hate You All, 2015, 193 × 260 cm

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Disgust, 2015

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Rage Bunny, 2013, 38.1 × 35 cm

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Super Saiyan, 2014

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Before Transformation, 2016, 162 × 162 cm

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I Can Not Fight Dirty, 2015

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Propose 97 x 130.3cm, 2015

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Will, 2015

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Kaiju monster X gooforbrothers, 2012

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Bulging muscles, strident colour and graphic, visceral metamorphoses characterise Hongmin Lee’s acrylics, oils and digital artworks. His subjects transform into monsters; powerful, grotesque beings that speak of themes such as despair, determination and coming of age. As the artist himself explains “I believe the human body is an assembly of will and I try to express it with a bunch of twisted muscles.”

Lee studied animation at the Korea National University of Arts, and cites artists including Akira Toriyama and Katsuhiro Otomo as influences. After graduating, he set up the arts collective Goo For Brothers, along with Seungchul Oh and Jaejung Beck. With a shared love of kaiju and experimental imagery, the three have been working together since the early 2010s in illustration, fine art, graffiti, comics and animation.

In parallel, Lee has continued to develop his individual fine arts career focussed primarily on painting. He completed a residency in Bangkok, Thailand, in 2014 and has participated in various groups shows in South Korea, including at the Seoul Museum of Art. His first solo presentation took place in 2015.

Hongmin Lee

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Nowhere, 2014

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Avenuel Eco Project, 2013

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Warren Buffet, 2012

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Loner, 2012, Oil on canvas 160 cm x 100 cm

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Apart Destroyer, 2012

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Self Portrait, mixed media on paper, 2010

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Rundry, pencil, mixed media on paper, 2010

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Vogue Korea Designers, mixed media on paper, 2010

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7% solution Novel, pencil, mixed media on paper, 2009

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Vogue Korea, pencil, mixed media on paper, 2009

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