domingo, 16 de marzo de 2014
Toronto-born Justin Ogilvie graduated from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 2000. He is currently working on his Masters of Fine Art at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
His paintings explore the metaphysical nature of the self and how it is illuminated by the presence of the "other". Through the human figure, he addresses themes of intimacy between the bodies of lovers, strangers, and what he calls "the myriad of others within the self".
Born in South Korea in 1975, Choi holds a BFA (2002) and a MFA (2005) in Sculpture from the Seoul National University. His works have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Seoul such as The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gimhae Arts Centre, Seoul Museum of Art, Gwangiu Museum of Art and the Museum of Art Seoul National University, Dukwon Gallery, Doosan Art Center, Gallery Sangsangmadang, Alternative Space Choong Jung Gak, Kwan Hoon Gallery and Gallery Espace Sol. Internationally, Choi is taking his first steps into the contemporary art world in Paris, Beijing and Singapore. The artist lives and works in Seoul, Korea.
shows us the confrontation with human emotion frozen in a second of any person's life. The flow of life through polymer clay figures breathes the difficult reality we face today if Man/Woman stay inert the outer world.