Tuesday, 11 August 2015

 Have a good day, Mr.Kim!

Chio & Lager gallery, Cologne, Germany

Thursday, 30 April 2015

Thursday, 2 April 2015

Rosssana Erthler,  16 Via Vincenzo del Grande, Frascati


Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Installation show at show room of Rossana Erthler

16 Via Vincenzo del Grande, Frascati
03.09.2014 - 22.10.2014


Monday, 14 July 2014

 Malfuntion Library

03.06.2014 - 03.08.2014
Seoul Museum of Art

/fromthebooktothespace/ my work is showing in korea at the moment till 3rd August. Personally. it is remakable show because it is my first time to get involved in any show as an artist in my country, Korea.
The start was not bad!! Second time, let's make it better!!!!!! yeppy!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saturday, 10 May 2014

free... open... expand... transform.... and shine!!!!!

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Magazine "Sculpture" - March

A Conversation with Jukhee Kwon
by Robert Preece
Jukhee Kwon uses abandoned and discarded books to make extraordinary sculptures that frequently resemble cascading waterfalls. For her, each destroyed book—its pages meticulously cut into ribbons—takes on new life through the process of creation and re-creation. Her recent work, /fromthebooktothespace/, shifts its form from tree to book, from book to tree, creating a metaphor for the cyclical relationship of life and death, destruction and creation, nature and art. Born and raised in South Korea, Kwon received a BA in fine art from Chung-Ang University in Anseong, south of Seoul (2004), and an MA in book arts from Camberwell College of Arts, London (2011). Since 2012, she has lived and worked in Grottaferrata, a town to the southeast of Rome. Over the last few years, Kwon has exhibited at many different London venues, including La Scatola Gallery, Illustration Studio Space, Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery, GX Gallery, Hanmi Gallery, New Gallery, and Barge House Gallery. She has also shown her work in Brussels, Paris, and Anseong. In 2013–14, there was a solo exhibition of her new works at the October Gallery in Central London...see the entire article in the print version of March's Sculpture magazine.

Red presence, 2013. Magazine paper and acrylic paint, 190 x 140 x 140 cm. Work installed at the former convent of San Bonaventura, Grottaferrata, Italy.