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Soyeon
Born in Gyeonggi, Korea and works in Yongin, Korea

Education 
2018 M.F.A in Visual Design, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea 

Solo Exhibitions
2019 Stream of Consciousness_Memory, Leesoo Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2019 Stream of Consciousness_Memory and Memory, Cy Art Space, Seoul, Korea
2019 Stream of Consciousness_Memory, CICA Gallery, Gimpo, Korea
2019 Stream of Consciousness_Memory, Gallery Knot, Seoul, Korea
2018 Stream of Consciousness, Seojin Art Space, Seoul, Korea
2018 Summon of Memory and Place, Gallery Café Della Vita, Incheon, Korea
Selected Exhibition & Group Exhibition

2022    The Fifth Jeju Wind Exhibition, Seogwipo Arts Center, Jeju Island, Korea
2022    BUTTERFLY Exhibition, Lotte World Tower, Seoul, Korea
2019    The Fifth Jeju Wind Exhibition, Seogwipo Arts Center, Jeju Island, Korea
2019    Four-People booth Exhibition, Able Fine Art Gallery, New York, USA
2019    Fukuoka Korean Art Exhibition, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
2019    Korean Artists Exhibition, Chosun Ilbo Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2019    Golden Pig Year Calendar Exhibition, Leesoo Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2018    Self-Portrait Exhibition, Lapomme Museum of Contemporary Art, Cheongju, Korea
2018    Korean Artists Exhibition, National Assembly Building, Seoul, Korea
2018    My Art & Love Invitation Exhibition, Leesoo Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Art Fairs 

2022    Busan International Gallery Art Fair BAMA, Bexco, Busan, Korea
2022    Seoul Hotel Art Fair, Grand Intercontinental Parnas Hotel, Seoul, Korea
2021    Seoul Art Show, COEX A Hall, Seoul, Korea
2021    Bank Art Fair, COEX, Seoul, Korea
2021    Busan International Gallery Art Fair BAMA, Grand Josun Hotel. Busan, Korea
2021    Urbanbreak Artasia, COEX, Seoul, Korea
2021    Pink Art Fair, Grand Intercontinental Parnas Hotel, Seoul, Korea
2021    Sculpture Art Seoul, COEX, Seoul, Korea
2021    Busan International Gallery Art Fair BAMA, Bexco, Busan, Korea
2019    Art Kaohsiung, City Suites, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2019    Seoul Art Show, COEX, Seoul, Korea
2019    Scope Art Show, Miami Beach, Miami, Florida
2019    Affordable Art Fair Singapore,1 Republic Blvd, Singapore
2019    Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2019  Asian Contemporary Art Show, Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong, China
2019  Asia Hotel Art Fair, Grand Intercontinental Parnas Hotel, Seoul, Korea
2019  Art Asia, COEX, Seoul, Korea
2019  Gyeongnam Art Fair GIAF, CECO, Changwon, Korea
2019  Sculpture Art Seoul, COEX, Seoul, Korea
2019  Busan International Gallery Art Fair BAMA, Bexco, Busan, Korea
2019  Harbor Art Fair, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Hong Kong, China
2019  Pink Art Fair, Grand Intercontinental Parnas Hotel, Seoul, Korea
2018  Seoul Art Show, COEX A Hall, Seoul, Korea
2018  Balance Festival Seoul Gallery Special Exhibition, COEX D Hall, Seoul, Korea
2018  Sojak Art Fair, Multi-cultural Space COSO, Seoul, Korea
2018  Young Creative Korea Artist Competition, Ara Art Center, Seoul, Korea


* Review
Visualizing The Perspective

            By Soyeon

Modern society is changing at a rapid rate with the help of developments in various media. In the past, the mere expression of one's thoughts and documentation themselves could have been considered as outstanding ways of communication, but in modern society, these two methods by themselves have become an impractical way of conveying wide arrays of emotion. Especially, visual art which definitely stands out with regard to the effectiveness of communication, enables the viewer to feel with all his or her senses. Among visual art, the human form draws interest, due to its ability of vividly expressing human emotions.

This artwork displays a smooth but rough skin color, like the gray light that is purely expressed by cold concrete, and breaks the solemn face with no alternations. The incessant flow of eyes and visual stories that hover around as if to wrap around the body part underlines the main theme. Repositioning of their spaces and exaggerated size and qualities become the artwork's beauty, which maximizes the visual conveyance.

The artwork contains a message about 'sympathy' and 'emotion.' The tangled lines can be interpreted differently by each person. Another thing to pay attention to in this piece is the broken boundary of the human parts, which originally should remain in its rightful place. Also, the repetitive lines connect extensively, frequently cross over these boundaries, and fully fill the spaces. This begs the question as to from what perspective the visually unfriendly expression of the pieces should be viewed. Perhaps they are trying to converse with one another through some logical system and deeply involved connection.

 

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