Exposition : One Breath – Infinite Vision, Korean Ink Art

One Breath – Infinite Vision, an Exhibition of Korean Ink Art

 

Korean Cultural Center New York
Until August 16, 2019 

 

The exhibition includes seventeen works by eleven Korean artists, Choi Ildan, Cho Duck Hyun, Hyun-joo Jang, Jeong Gwang Hee, Kim Ho Deuk, Kim Jong Ku, Kim Sundoo, Lee In, Lim Hyun-Rak, Lim Oksang, and Yooah Park.

Korean ink art is notable for a poignancy of expression that derives as much from its portrayal of the physical world as it does from an inner space – a quantity that is both abstract and spiritual. While some of the works in this exhibition reflect the classical rendering of calligraphic and landscape art, others translate these traditions through Abstract painting, sculpture, video installation and other media.

One Breath – Infinite Vision presents a concept of contemporary Korean ink art that incorporates the past, present and the future not chronologically but as an equivalent time plane. The title refers to that point when brush is applied to paper without hesitation or retreat – as an exhalation that creates, with that spontaneous and poetic gesture. avision of humanity’s relationship to nature and the infinite.

 

Korean Cultural Center New York
460 Park Ave. 6th Floor, New York


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