Installation View, Summer Pop-Up in Busan, Park Hyatt Busan Korea, 2021

Summer Pop-Up in Busan

Hajin Kang(1943, Korea)
Konrad Winter(1963, Austria)
Sun Choe(1972, Korea)
Shinduk Kang(1952, Korea)
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Summer Pop-Up in Busan

June 18 - June 20, 2021
Pop-Up Exhibition at Park Hyatt Busan

Galerie Pici is excited to be returning to Marine city at a special location in the Park Hyatt Busan. Room 606 will be filled with contemporary art all weekend from June 18 – 20, 2021.

We will be introducing painters Sun Choe and Konrad Winter. Choe paints her objects using raw materials of monochromatic color and simple shapes, while Winter obscures and conceals his subjects, using car lacquer on aluminum to disguise the traditional method of painting. Artist Hajin Kang will be showing works from his Natural Rhythm series that evokes harmony and an elevated sense of self in the viewer. Shinduk Kang will present her humorous sculpture works alongside her new lenticular series titled Dawn that shows a darker color palette than she’s ever used before.

HAJIN KANG

Calling on the use of his own hand as the artist, Hajin Kang stresses the significance of the materials’ nature as an instrumental element in both guiding his work and the final product.

Hajin Kang / 강하진

Natural Rhythm / 자연율
2015
Acrylic on Canvas
116 x 91 cm

Hajin Kang / 강하진

Natural Rhythm / 자연율
2017
Acrylic on Canvas
116 x 91 cm

KONRAD WINTER

Obscuring his subjects using car lacquer on aluminum, Konrad Winter conceals their identity and only suggests locations and ideas through a blurred lens. He is often influenced by the 1980s, which he references in his camouflaged paintings of people, and places, as a blended abundance of images.

Konrad Winter

Camouflaged Landscape
2011
Car lacquer on aluminum
60 x 72 cm

SUN CHOE

Sun Choe paints her objects in minimalist colors, drawing her attention to the simplicity in forms that outline bowls, houses, and candles. If there is one adjective to describe Sun Choe’s Be Still (2017), it is “raw”: raw materials of monochromatic color and simple shapes, and the raw force of emotion and energy that shimmers through the canvas.

Sun Choe / 최선

Be Still
2017
Acrylic on Canvas
91 x 65 cm

SHINDUK KANG

Shinduk Kang’s blossoming still life arrangements brighten the summer atmosphere, a joyful outlook on life evident throughout Kang’s body of work. She incorporates a vast array of colors in her lenticular works and carries her bold sense of color into her imaginative sculptures.

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Still Life
2020
Aluminum, car lacquer
approx. 14.17 x 15.74 x 16.53 in / approx. 36 x 40 x 42 cm

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Still Life – Open Air
2020
Stainless Steel
approx. 14.17 x 15.74 x 16.53 in / approx. 36 x 40 x 42 cm

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Lovely Life (Flower-R)
2020
Lenticular
59.05 x 35.43 / 150 x 90 cm

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Dawn / 새벽
2021
Lenticular
33 x 23 cm

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Still Life
2021
Lenticular
87 x 87 cm

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Still Life
2021
Lenticular
100 x 70 cm

Shinduk Kang / 강신덕

Lovely Life (Flower-Blue)
Lenticular
115 x 65 cm
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