The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Tag: Korean paint

Lee Jinju’s surreal scenes and studies, often rendered in Korean paint on linen, explore memory and psychological iconography. Her paintings move between sparse elements and intricate narratives. A statement reminds us that “negative events and emotions of the past, which were not even wanted, endlessly appear and disappear within the everyday life.” The artist was last featured on here and appeared in Hi-Fructose Vol. 27.

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