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Korean Art

Korean Art


HK Art & Antiques LLC

New York location

49 East 78th Street
Suite 4B
New York 10075

Monday-Friday, 11am-5pm
(Closed Sunday)
(by appointment only)

M (646) 812 7825
T (646) 559 0231

heakyum@heakyumart.com
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Instagram: @hkartandantiques

Exhibition

Dreams of Nature: Wonsook Kim and Geejo Lee

Exhibition Extended to January 31, 2022

Hours: 11am-5:30pm, By appointment only
For an appointment please email heakyum@heakyumart.com or call (646) 559-0231

Wonsook Kim

Kim was born in Busan and received her MFA from Illinois State University in 1976. Since then, she has had numerous one-person and group exhibitions, including at the Myungdong Gallery, Seoul, in 1976; Gallery Yeh, Seoul, in 1983, 1991, 1997 and 2000; Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, in 1993; Allrich Gallery, San Francisco, in 1993; Walsh Gallery, Chicago, in 1998; Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, in 2004, 2006 and 2012; Kong Gan Gallery, Busan, in 2005 and 2014; McCormick Gallery, Chicago, in 2001 and 2006; and Arrario Gallery, New York, in 2009. Her painting series Passages and Wings of Grace was shown at George Berges Gallery, New York in 2017 and 2018. Her work was exhibited at the FIAC International Art Fair, Paris, in 1996 and at Kang Collection Korean Art, New York, in 2007. In 2021 she had a one-person exhibition at Gallery Yeh, Seoul. Kim moved to the United States in the early 1970s and now lives and works in Illinois.

Geejo Lee (born 1959)

Geejo Lee was born in Korea on the island of Jeju. He earned a BFA and MFA at Seoul National University. Inspired by the traditional beauty of Joseon period white porcelains, he brings a fresh and modern interpretation to his work. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including Constancy & Change in Korean Traditional Craft 2014, at the Triennale di Milano; White Porcelains and Whanki Notebooks at HK Art and Antiques, New York, in 2018; and Jjiggo Bingo Geurida at Cho Eun Sook Gallery, Seoul, in 2020. Lee’s works are in the collections of the Jin Ro Culture Foundation, Seoul; Gwangju Joseon Royal Kiln Museum, Gwang-ju city; Yeoju Ceramic Art Museum Gyeonggi-do; and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. He currently teaches at Chungang University.