Minjung Kim is a female artist actively producing works in Europe. She majored in Oriental Painting in South Korea before heading to Europe to learn of the Western arts. Immersed in the connectivity between the fundamental elements of Western and Oriental art, she was able to finally establish a methodology of her own. She would burn hanji to create ink lines, before placing the pieces of hanji in a collage to create a minimalist abstract. She featured papers and ink as the source of her art, while infusing some more contemporary traits. Essentially, her art centers around the practice of fusing together the East and the West to represent the best of both worlds. Her private exhibition, 《The Memory of Process》 (Jan. 26 to Mar. 10) at White Cube, London, illuminates upon Kim’s artistic approach and mindset.
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