Above all Differences:
by Eun-Soon Lim and Ok-Ran Ki
July 20-26, 2016
Thursday, July 21 from 6 to 8PM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Gallery d’Arte, 548 West 28th Street, Suite 328, New York City is pleased to present Above all differences, a two-person show featuring works by Eun-Soon Lim and Ok-Ran Ki. The show will run from July 20th -26th, 2016 with an opening reception on Thursday of July 21st from 6 to 8 pm.
This two-person exhibition was organized to bring their works of unique style further into focus, while both being representative works of contemporary art. The meticulous details allow the viewers to emotionally connect with the subject matter almost physically conveying them into their work.
Eun Soon Lim is a painter who focuses on the interpretation of traditional Korean dances in her paintings, which also allude to the close association between a woman’s life and the art of dance. Dynamic motion is created by using various lines; edge lines, spirals, as well as traversing lines with cotton that is so natural. She also represents freedom and liberty of women with unique brushstrokes much like sweeping snow with a boom that conveys tough motion and powerful rhythm. Soon Lim currently lives and works in Gwangju, Korea, where she received her PhD, MFA at the Chosun University, but Lim has been shown her works through many galleries in United States and Korea.
Ok Ran Ki focuses on the experimental transformation of shapes and surfaces that make up the urban city, from which the artist is inspired to reach a new abstract representation of its compositional elements, with her refined balance between organic forms and the geometry of nature. The simplicity of her approach with her intuitive manner gives rise to a certain severity in her paintings. She received her PhD at Chosun University, and MFA, BA at Cheonnam National University. She lives in Korea but working as a global artist.
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Gallery d’Arte, 548 West 28th Street 338, New York, NY 10001
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