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서브 비쥬얼

Exhibition

서브 컨텐츠

  •  포스터
    planning

    Into Drawing Plus

    • Dec.29, 2021 ~ Feb.06, 2022
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    ongoing

    MOVE SOMA 2

    • Nov.29, 2021 ~ Feb.28, 2022
    • < MOVE SOMA 2_메타파크 >전시 바로가기=> https://soma.kspo.or.kr/online/art/plan/88
  •  포스터
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    Into Drawing 44

    • Nov.19, 2021 ~ Dec.19, 2021
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    end

    Into Drawing 43

    • Oct.01, 2021 ~ Oct.31, 2021
  •  포스터
    ongoing

    Drag and Draw

    • Aug.13, 2021 ~ Feb.06, 2022
    • 내일전_Drag and Draw
    • 김인영, 류정민, 민정See, 배성희, 손민아, 심아빈, 이성미, 이정배, 임정은, 장지은
    • 2021.8.13-2022.2.6
    • 소마미술관 1관 Seoul Olympic Museum of Art
    • 주최 주관 국민체육진흥공단 소마미술관
  •  포스터
    ongoing

    Drawing Box

    • Aug.13, 2021 ~ Feb.06, 2022
    • 드로잉 박스
    • 2021.8.13~2.6 소마미술관 1관 1전시실
  •  포스터
    ongoing

    Into Drawing

    • Aug.13, 2021 ~ Dec.19, 2021
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    end

    Into Drawing 42 Lee Kyoung Hee

    • Aug.13, 2021 ~ Sep.12, 2021
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    end

    Dead Point and Second Wind

    • Apr.09, 2021 ~ Oct.10, 2021
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    end

    The Scenery We Face, Our Daily Gaze

    • Mar.23, 2021 ~ Jul.25, 2021
    • SOMA is holding <The Scenery We Face, Our Daily Gaze>, a special, joint exhibition of Korea and Spain, to offer the chance to view our normal daily sceneries from a different perspective and reconsider their meaning. With the common topic of “daily sceneries”, we aim to view the daily gaze of artists from Korea and Spain and reflect upon our changing daily lives.
    • Even common sceneries from the mundane and repetitive daily lives that we may otherwise pass by are engraved as one of the many impressive sceneries through the perspective and experience of each artist, and these impressions further integrate themselves with the screens to draw yet another impression as a new image. In this exhibition, we can enjoy the various perspectives of six artists, including MyongHi, Kim, YongSun Suh, GeneUk Choi, Jesús Sus Montañés, Javier Granados, and Jordi Pintó, on their daily lives through an intersecting form and study different methods of the perspectives on the world of both countries by classifying their works by keywords, including ‘contemplation’, ‘capture’, ‘phenomenon’, ‘observation’, ‘pleasure’, and ‘imagination’.
    • MyongHi Kim (1949~) uses oil pastel on blackboards as her formative media, an artistic choice, which evokes childhood memories of school life, to depict various people in their daily lives, such as children, women, and students. From spending her childhood abroad due to her parents’ careers as diplomats to her daily life travelling back and forth between her workspace in Naepyeong-ri, Chuncheon, that she has renovated from an abandoned school, to Soho, New York, the context overlaps with her thematic consciousness crossing space and time from the past to the present. Her unique method of expression, with clear lighting and shading incorporates an illumination of her human subject brightly against a dark background, casts her gaze upon the person and the object with a quiet, contemplative attitude and brings forth deep contemplations and soul-searching.
    • On the other hand, YongSun Suh (1951~) captures daily sceneries to describe the perspectives and hidden aspects of society that are hidden. Having experienced the urbanization of Seoul firsthand, he expresses various topics, such as self-portraits, cities, nature, history, and myths, in vibrant, reddish colors and forms to continuously study matters related to human existence. He specializes in directly capturing city dwellers in <People on the Street>, <People in the Bus>, and other works of the like. Characters that appear in his work are usually drawn with simple lines lacking any expression, conveying the anonymity of urban sprawl.
    • GeneUk Choi (1956~) paints the phenomena of daily sceneries from a realistic perspective. He endlessly lobs the fundamental question, “What is painting?”, and subsequently paints realistic sceneries such as those in his neighborhood, subway station, and workspace, in his own style. The extant, realistic sceneries are formed anew with his fast, unrefined, and dynamic touch, as well as a gamut of colors through his view. Although his work may depict the reality that we are facing, it inspires a different emotion and forces us to reflect upon the existence and essence of painting in itself.
    • The work of Jesús Sus Montañés (1945~) closely describes the daily lives and common sceneries in Spain. He observes crowds on streets, in markets, at carnivals, and attending festivals in Spain, and then expresses their emotions with passionate lines and colors. The people depicted in his work are not specific individuals, but rather normal people we may each encounter in our own lives. His unique colors are warm and bright, and the natural movement of his subjects emanate vitality through detailed brushstrokes, expressing the peaceful, yet active vistas of Spain.
    • Javier Granados (1964~), who majored in veterinary science but is currently an active artist, understands objects intuitively and expresses them pleasingly with robust colors and unassuming shapes. The artist illustrates the daily life of a woman in his own witty and humorous way, and his voluminously exaggerated characters are quirkily lovely. Though he is simply portraying a woman who is having an ordinary day, carrying out activities such as remaining at home, dancing, or swimming, through the robustly-hued backgrounds contrasting with the character sketched with simple lines, he dramatically emphasizes the character and breathes new life into the mundane to create something exceptional.
    • Meanwhile, the work of Jordi Pintó (1968~) representing the keyword imagination, replaces the normal sceneries in our daily lives with imaginative utopias. The characters that appear in his work are predominantly families and lovers who may be commonly viewed in our daily lives. However, by daringly skipping their facial features and simplifying their overall shapes, it becomes scenery of a different world, far removed from reality. He is describing ordinary days’ events, such as dinner with families, reunions with loved ones, and taking a walk, yet he is also providing us with pleasant and blissful experiences as though traveling through an imaginary world life with warm colors, unrealistic backgrounds, and luminous skies.
    • Through the different viewpoints of the six artists from Korea and Spain on the expressions of our daily lives, we can come face to face with daily sceneries that are ordinary, yet special. The daily lives we are now reshaping will belike paintings that can re-create our lives as new scenery. Through our experienced daily lives of yesterday and today, we can re-create novel daily lives in our hearts that will be drawn anew.

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