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Doosan Gallery
533 West 25th Street, New York, NY, 212 242 6343
November 15 - December 15, 2012
Reception: Thursday, November 15, 6 - 8 PM
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DOOSAN Gallery New York is pleased to announce the first New York solo exhibition of Korea-based painter Sejin Park’s Won-Kyung, from November 15 to December 15, 2012. The exhibition features Park’s paintings full of emotion reflecting her dedicated devotion of expressing one’s landscape of mind using delicate brush strokes and sensitive colors.

Park is known for her paintings, which create indigenous to her landscape of Won-Kyung, a Korean word for ‘perspective in-distance’. Unlike the distinctive space that separates boundaries of two forms, her periphery of artistic space exists in the farthest possible distance of human sense’s reach that can only be perceived by the fading pale light. Here, the movements of forms vibrate, crash and merge into each other as she discreetly piles up the layers of brush strokes of colors blurring the boundaries of forms; thus, accomplishing landscape of ‘Won-Kyung’.

Park often starts a canvas with the extracted color from the natural resources such as cherries and roses. Then, she adds oil colors creating harmonious landscape of shape and color. In this process, she brings nature through exquisite brush stroke and matière within inimitable atmosphere in the depth of space.

In a mean while, the exhibition also includes one of Park’s new paintings, A Day in the Life of Dr. Kim, which questions the existential conditions of human life.

Sejin Park was born in 1977, Gwangju, Korea. She has received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Painting from Ewha Woman University in Seoul, Korea. She has had solo exhibitions at Arario Gallery (2007, Cheonan,Korea), and Project Space Sarubia (2006, Soeul, Korea). Her Works has also been included in group exhibitions at Samsung Museum of Modern Art ( 2003, Seoul, Korea), EastLink Gallery (2003, Shanghai, China), Netherlands Media Art Institute (2003, Amsterdam, Netherland), alternative space Pool (2000, Seoul, Korae) and Seoul Art center (1999, Seoul, Korea).
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