Vessel   2004 - 2006   C-print  , Kukje Gallery July 7 - 30, 2006


‘‘In 1989, I came across a small picture in a magazine that inspired me to take a fresh look at the beauty of Korean white porcelain ware. It was a portrait of the Anglo-Austrian ceramic artist Lucie Rie, taken in her studio by Lord Snowdon. The portrait showed Rie dressed in white, sitting next to a large white porcelain vase against an enveloping white background. Bohnchang Koo



Chun's portraits try to extract and portray the very soul or essence of the sitter, playing on the familiar phrase that 'the camera never lies' - a phrase which has become almost obsolete in today's digitally manipulated world. more

Kyungwoo Chun



FLW1A-012HC, 125 x 250 cm / 49.2" x 98.4"
The works of Bae Bien-U, a point of contact between the heavens and the earth



FLW1A-003C,
edition of 5 , c-print (color) facemounted on plexiglass
125 x 250 cm / 49.2" x 98.4"  frame 134x259 cm / 52.8"x102"

The unique eye of Bae Bien-U can be equally identified in his other works when he deciphers the point of contact between the visible world and the invisible world in nature as well as in the landscape. more

BAE Bien-U







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