Leeahn Gallery , Stand n° AM508

Untitled - James Rosenquist

James Rosenquist Untitled

Untitled -  Jinwoo Lee

Jinwoo Lee Untitled

Untitled -  Jinwoo Lee

Jinwoo Lee Untitled

Spring Beam 17-77 -  Tchunmo Nam

Tchunmo Nam Spring Beam 17-77

Breathing Light - Yellow in Yellow -  Taeksang Kim

Taeksang Kim Breathing Light - Yellow in Yellow

Beam 15-3 -  Tchunmo Nam

Tchunmo Nam Beam 15-3

Breathing Light - Jade Green -  Taeksang Kim

Taeksang Kim Breathing Light - Jade Green

Spring Beam 17-144 -  Tchunmo Nam

Tchunmo Nam Spring Beam 17-144

ULTRA-MARINE 1758 - Tschoonsu Kim

Tschoonsu Kim ULTRA-MARINE 1758

Smoker Study #15 - Tom Wesselmann

Tom Wesselmann Smoker Study #15

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Tschoonsu Kim  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibition 2016 The Page Gallery, Seoul Galerie Son, Berlin 2015 Gallery Date, Busan 2011 Gallery Nuovo, Daegu 2010 Gallery Lee&Bae, Busan Galerie Son, Berlin 2009 Artforum Newgate, Seoul 2008 Sun Gallery, Seoul Gaain Gallery, Seoul 2006 O’s Gallery, Jeonju Selected Group Exhibition 2017 ‘The Post Dansaekhwa of korea, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul / Daegu Under the SKIN, Artbit Gallery, Seoul A Forest becomes Path, Veri Tas Hall, Seoul Dust to Duat, Far Beyond Gallery, Seoul Looking into Korea Art II Dansaekhwa, Museum SAN, Wonju 2016 Spirit of Korean Contemporary Art, Keongnam Art Museum, Changwon Grand Blue, The Page Gallery, Seoul Full Empty-Korean Monochrome Paintings, Mella Art Gallery, Teheran Exhibition of SNU 70th Anniversary, Wooseok Gallery, Seoul 2015 Unconscious and Trace, Kidang Museum of Art, Seoguipo Danseakhwa- Busan Art Fair, Bexco, Busan Gyeonn- Three Artists, Gallery Sejul, Seoul Vision of the Korean Contemporary Art, Oceanus Art Hall, Busan Break Open, Wooseok Gallery, Seoul 2014 Hommage to Whanki, Whanki Museum, Seoul Blue & D major, Iljoo & Sunhwa Gallery, Seoul Spirit of Contemporary Korean Art, Veritas Hall, Seoul 2013 Three Rooms, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Gimhae 2012 50 Years of Korean Drawing, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul Danseakhwa, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Kwacheon

    Detailed Description : Kim Tschoonsu has his hands covered with paints crisscross the canvas, while his body gets into the rhythm of his soul. The Intense work process adds to the dynamism of his body, which in turn compels him into a feeling of rapture. Kim’s work of art is characterized by corporeality, ultimately asking questions over ‘what humans are in essence’, through primordial body gestures reflecting on pre-language challenges.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Tschoonsu Kim - ULTRA-MARINE 1758 ULTRA-MARINE 1758

  • Yisu Kim  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibition 2017 Dorossy Salon, Seoul PROJECT B6 ,Haeundae 2016 Hendrick Hamel museum Gorinchem, Gorinchem, Sejong Gallery, Seoul 2015 Gallery Q , Tokyo NL=US Art, Rotterdam 2014 Pho Gallery, Beijing 2013 E-jung Gallery, Seoul 2012 Gallery Q , Tokyo Gallery Dos , Seoul Selected Group Exhibition 2018 The Post Dansaekhwa of Korea, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul / Daegu 2017 Post illusion, Choeunsook Gallery Le grand bleu, Gallery Son, Tong yong SEOUL THE EXCHANGE Bureau voor Kunst PHK18 , Kunst PHK18, Rotterdam Art Meeting 2017-2展, Gallery Q, Tokyo PIUGI, Gallery FP, Seoul Sense and Sensibility, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei 2016 Saya Irie Kim Yisu Fatima Haider Group Exhibition , Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo Neo-Morosism 2016, Tokyo gallery, Tokyo Duo show of Esther Jiskoot and Yisu Kim, Pulchri, Hague Bureau for Art, PHK18, Rotterdam URBAN AND VISIONARY LANDSCAPE, Kim Jongbok Museum, Daegu 2015 Duo show of Esther Jiskoot and Yisu Kim, Pulchri, Hague Share-Heart, Choi Jeonga Gallery, Seoul Bureau for Art, PHK18, Rotterdam Quintet, Dongduk Art Gallery, Seoul TriAd, NaMu Gallery, Seoul Hommage a Whanki, Whanki Museum, Seoul

    Detailed Description : Yisu Kim’s work is reminiscent of a horizon. The overlapping thin monochromatic bands pacify the minds of viewers. Kim creates a countless number of overlapping horizontal faces of gradation, recalling an oceanic horizon. The distant horizon, in effect, is not a horizon itself but an idea created by his soul.

  • Taeksang Kim  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibition 2017 Aso gallery, Daegu 2016 Taguchifineart, Tokyo 2014 Taguchifineart, Tokyo 2013 Gallery Date, Pusan 2010 Taguchifineart, Tokyo Aso gallery, Daegu 2009 soso gallery, Heiry, Paju 2008 Taguchifineart, Tokyo 2006 Taguchifineart, Tokyo 2004 CAIS Gallery, Seoul BIBI SPACE, Deajeon 2003 Linda Fairchild Contemporary art, San Francisco Selected Group Exhibition 2018 The Post Dansaekhwa of korea, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul / Daegu 2017 PIUGI, Gallery FP, Seoul 2016 Neo Moroism(4th), Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Beijing 2015 GUEN, Sejul Gallery, Seoul 2014 Empty Fullness: Materiality and Spirituality in Contemporary Korean Art, Sanghai 2013 Daam-hua, Reconfiguring Contemporary Art : From a Korean Perspective, ICAS, Singapore 2012 Dansaekhwa - Korean Monochrome Painting, NMCA, Gwacheon “Stillness into Color - Inframince of Moonlight”, Kawamura 2009 Memorial Museum of Art, Chiba Gwangju Design Biennale, Gwangju 2008 Comtemporary Korean Art (To Have or To be), Ire Land, Portugal, Hong Kong Color and Space, Mokumto Gallery, Seoul 2007 Two persons show(Kim Taeksang, Ahn Jeongsook) Garam Gallery, Seoul Simply Beautiful-Breath of Nature in Contemporary Korean 2006 Art, Center Pasquart, Swiss Busan Biennale, Busan

    Detailed Description : Taeksang Kim’s monochromatic picture plane comprises a trace of a color of subtle nuances. He spreads canvas or paper on the floor and pour the water dissolved a small amount of the acrylic pigments on them, and then dries them slowly. He pours the water to the dried canvas and iterates the process over and over. Reminiscent of ripe persimmons left dangling on an autumn tree or a calm blue sea, Kim’s work leads viewers to a world of deep contemplation

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Taeksang Kim - Breathing Light - Jade Green Breathing Light - Jade Green
    •  Taeksang Kim - Breathing Light - Yellow in Yellow Breathing Light - Yellow in Yellow

  • Lee Kun-Yong  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions 2018 Pace Gallery, Beijing 2017 LEEAHN Gallery, Seoul 2016 Event-Logical, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul 2015 LEE Kun-Yong, UM Gallery, Seoul Special Exhibition, International Cheongju Art Fair 2014 Lee Kun-Yong in Snail's Gallop, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon 2012 Lee Kun-Yong, Gallery Godo, Seoul 2011 Lee Kun-Yong Performance : Relay Life, One Village in L.A. Lee Kun-Yong Special Exhibition, Asan Gallery, Asan The 4th ART DAEGU International Art Fair’s Special Artist, EXCO, Daegu 2010 Lee Kun-Yong Special Exhibition, Gallery Casa di Lago, Gunsan Lee Kun-Yong Underground 2010, Asan Gallery, Asan Lee Kun-Yong Special Exhibition, Oulim Art Show Hotel Fair, Onyang Hotel, Asan Art Hamptons : The International Art Fair, Sayre Park, Bridgehampton, New York The 3rd Art DAEGU International Art Fair’s Special Artist, EXCO, Daegu 2009 The 2nd Art DAEGU International Art Fair’s Special Artist, EXCO, Daegu 2008 Lee Kun-Yong Solo Exhibition in Commemoration of Lee In-Sung Art Prize, Daegu Culture and Arts Center, Daegu Invitational Solo Exhibition of Lee Kun-Yong : Drawing Underground 2008, Asan Gallery Drawing Hall, Asan I.NOW.This Place : Lee Kun-Yong Solo Exhibition, Bongsan Cultural Center, Daegu Lee Kun-Yong : Bodyscape, Asan Gallery, Asan 2007 Lee Kun-Yong in L.A. 2007, Inmo Gallery, L.A. Lee Kun-Yong Solo Exhibition, The Modern Art Gallery, L.A. ART STAR 100, COEX, Seoul 2002 Lee Kun-Yong Invitational Solo Exhibition of Sori Art Center of Jeollabuk-do 2002, Jeonju 1999 MANIF Seoul International Art Fair, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul Logic, Life and the Commonplace, The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation Fine Art Center, Seoul 1996 Lee Kun-Yong Performance, Jinpo Cultural Center, Gunsan 1991 Human Created

    Detailed Description : Laying the cornerstone of his performance art since 1976, his body drawing series have evolved from the drawings for ‘recording’ certain artistic activities to the expression of paintings. His paintings, throw light on the significance of the continuum of his profound philosophical concepts manifested in his world of art, while at the same time providing the audience with some serendipity of encountering unintended and overlooked but profound artistic outcome. In so far as his body drawing series embody his belief that an artist’s body can and must be an overarching medium of art, the images in his painting are part of his intention to show the audience what he believes to be the effects of human body on the act of painting.

  • Jinwoo Lee  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions 2017Museum Chosun , Seoul Tokyo GALLERY +BATP , Tokyo 2016 Museum Chosun , Seoul 2015 Gallery Maria Lund, Paris H.T Gallery, Beijing 2014 Lumiere par le vent, Gallery Maria Lund, Paris 2013 H.T Gallery, Beijing 2012 Mur, Gallery Maria Lund, Paris 2009 Gallery Maria Lund, Paris 2008 Cité Internationale des arts, Paris 2007 Galerie Maria Lund, Paris 2006 Galerie Manes, Prague 2005 Galerie Michelle Reme, Paris 2004 Seoul Art Center, Seoul 2003 Gallery Art-Space, Seoul 2002 Gana Art-Space, Seoul Selected Group Exhibition 2018 The Post Dansaekhwa of Korea, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul / Daegu 2015-16 SEOUL-PARIS-SEOUL , MUSSE CERNUSCHI, Paris 2012 AJAC Paris 30th Exhibition, Paris 2011 Arcochage, Paris 2010 Four-way road, Gallery Gustave, Paris 2009 Star Art Exhibition, Gallery Moon, Beijing 2008 The Silence Of The Lambs, Paris 2007 Chalon de dessin, Gallery Maria Lund, Paris 2006 Sweet Paper, Gallery Maria Lund, Paris 2005 Hanji The Art of Paper, Paris Exhibition, Gallery Espace, Paris 2004 Stone and Water Project ‘Saving Anyang River’, Anyang 2003 Global 031, Ansan 2001 Wing of Golden Color, Uijeongbu

    Detailed Description : His Dansaekhwa conveys the general characteristics of Korean Dansaekhwa owing to his attitude towards his works. He engages in an intense labor of stubbornly beating the charcoal pieces placed on the surface of traditional Korean Paper(Hanji) with a metal brush, to create a form comparable to a graveyard. The surface of blackish, greyish or blueish Hanji is covered with achromatic colors rendered by the material effects of an uneven accumulation of small and large charcoal pieces. On second sight, one notices the blackish, greyish or blueish thick layers summon up life and death, the solemnity of which characterizes Lee’s Dansaekhwa.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jinwoo Lee - Untitled Untitled
    •  Jinwoo Lee - Untitled Untitled

  • Tchunmo Nam  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions 2018 Collision and Respreading of Line, Gyeongnam Art Museum, Changwon From Lines to Landscapes, Daegu Art Museum, Daegu 2017 Aando Fine Art, Beriln 2016 Tchunmo Nam, LEEAHN Galllery, Daegu Art’Loft, Brussels, Belgium 2015 Tchunmo Nam, LEEAHN Galllery, Seoul Where light and dark collide, Aando Fine Art, Berlin Beam 2015, Kunstraum21, Bonn 2014 Holly Hunt & Nam Tchun Mo,Holly Hunt, London Gallery 604, Busan Yedong, Busan 2013 Holly Hunt&Nam Tchun Mo, New York IBU Gallery, Paris Space Honggy, Seoul 2012 Gallery M, Daegu BIBI Space, Daejeon Gallery Landskron Schneidzik, Nurnberg 2011 IBU Gallery, Paris 2010 Atelier24, Gelterkinden Gallery Date, Busan 2009 IBU Gallery, Paris Seok Gallery, Daegu 2008 Gallery Uwe Sacksofsky, Heidelberg Gallery F5, Beijing 2007 CAIS Gallery, Seoul Seok Gallery, Daegu 2005 Atelier24, Gelterkinden Lee Hyun Gallery, Daegu 2004 Gallery Hana, Kronberg Blaue Gallery, Schnecken Jo Hyun Gallery, Busan 2003 CAIS Gallery, Seoul 2002 Lee Hyun Gallery, Daegu 2001 Kumho Museum, Seoul Hyundai Arts Center, Ulsan Park Rye Sook Gallery, Seoul Gallery M, Daegu 2000 Ci Gong Gallery, Daegu Jo Hyun Gallery, Busan 1998 Ci Gong Gallery, Daegu 1996 Ci Gong Gallery, Daegu 1994 Gallery Epikur, Wuppertal 1993 Gallery XAS-multikult, Frankfurt 1992 Dubitz Gallery, Daegu 1989 Yea Mcak Gallery, Daegu Selected Group Exhibitions 2018 Post Dansaekhwa, LEEAHN Galllery, Seoul, Daegu 2017 Beautiful Black, LEEAHN Galllery, Daegu, Seoul 2016 Wechselzei

    Detailed Description : Tchunmo Nam’s objecthood originates from his act of ‘making’. The objecthood lies in an act of not drawing but making. Escaping from the fate of copying, into which the act of drawing cannot but be forced, the act of making serves as a factor behind the existence of an object in the world. Dyeing instead of applying colors to fabrics, or unfolding dyed fabrics in wooden frames to repeatedly paint polyester pieces seems to be a deliberate attempt to stay focused on the essence of the objecthood, or to preclude his consciousness from being projected into the object. The encounter of neutrality between colors and objects is a prerequisite for the transparency of the world around the object. Leaving the body open to the total absence of manipulation of consciousness enables the world of life

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Tchunmo Nam - Beam 15-3 Beam 15-3
    •  Tchunmo Nam - Spring Beam 17-144 Spring Beam 17-144
    •  Tchunmo Nam - Spring Beam 17-77 Spring Beam 17-77

  • James Rosenquist  (+)

    Biography : James Rosenquist (November 29, 1933 – March 31, 2017) became well known in the 1960s as a leading American Pop artist alongside contemporaries Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, and other figurative artists. As with his contemporaries, Rosenquist’s background in commercial art deeply influenced his nascent fine-art career and radically changed the face of the art world and the annals of art history. While each Pop artist developed a distinct style, there were commonalities in their approaches to image-making that helped define the Pop art movement in the early 1960s: the use of commercial art techniques, and the depiction of popular imagery and everyday objects. Drawing on his early experience as a billboard painter, Rosenquist culled imagery from print advertisements, photographs, and popular periodicals and recombined these to create mysterious and bold compositions. Utilizing the visual language of advertising, described by the late American curator Walter Hopps as "visual poetry," his work has plumbed questions ranging from the economic, romantic, and ecological to the scientific, cosmic and existential. Creating seminal new work over more than five decades, Rosenquist consistently expressed facile talent in painting, collage, drawing, and printmaking. His work is included in major public and private institutions, and has been featured in solo exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Walker Art Center, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, The Menil Collection, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Denver Art Museum, Tretyakov Gallery, Museum Ludwig, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, and other national and international institutions.

    Exhibition : solo show 2018 James Rosenquist 'Time Dust' , Galerie Klaus Benden, Cologne 2017 James Rosenquist Painting as Immersion , Museum Ludwig, Cologne Group shows 2018 Masterworks on Paper , Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., New York Political Art , Alpha 137 Gallery The Mid Century Modern Aesthetic , Alpha 137 Gallery Rare, Collectible and Historic Modern & Contemporary Art Posters , Alpha 137 Gallery Independence Day Sale - Complimentary Global Shipping and Packing on All Works in this Show purchased before July 10, 2018. Mention this promotion when you request to purchase through Artsy , Alpha 137 Gallery Staff Favorites , Alpha 137 Gallery, New York Artists Skates, Plates, Pumpkins & Plaques...plus Shawls, Scarves, Handkerchiefs, Handbags, Jewelry & Clothing , Alpha 137 Gallery Gifts of Love for Lovers of Art , Alpha 137 Gallery Red Online , Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., New York #ArtWiseUP: Starting an Art Collection – Part I , ArtWise 2017 American Works on Paper , Eckert Fine Art, Kent Fall Acquisitions 2017 , michael lisi / contemporary art, New York American Masters Editions 1960 - 2000s , Eckert Fine Art, Kent Rare Art Historical Ephemera from our private collection , Alpha 137 Gallery New York Pop Art: Works on Paper , Meyerovich Gallery, San Francisco 2016 FALL OFFERING , michael lisi / contemporary art, New York Famous Prints of the 20th Century , GALLERY SHCHUKIN, New York Art You Can Stomach , Sragow Gallery Told and Retold: Myth through the Ages , Childs Gallery, Boston Forbidden Art: Communism vs. Capitalism , GALLERY SHCHUKIN, New York

    Detailed Description : James Rosenquist is credited with one of the first to address the persuasive power of advertisement by putting together seemingly unrelated subjects to fragmented commercial images. In this sense, his artworld is closely related with burgeoning consumer culture of the mid-20th century. Over the course of time, he moved beyond his fascination with pop culture and mass media to deal with new issues. Owing to this transition, he has been evaluated as one of the few artist whose later work is still relevant to contemporary issues.

    Artist's Objects:

    • James Rosenquist - Untitled Untitled

    Also represented by:

  • Tom Wesselman  (+)

    Biography : Tom Wesselmann was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on February 23, 1931. He attended Hiram College in Ohio from 1949 to 1951 before entering the University of Cincinnati. In 1953 his studies were interrupted by a two-year enlistment in the army, during which time he began drawing cartoons. He returned to the university in 1954 and received a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1956; during this time he decided to pursue a career in cartooning and so enrolled at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. After graduation he moved to New York City, where he was accepted into the Cooper Union and where his focus shifted dramatically to fine art; he received his diploma in 1959. Wesselmann became one of the leading American Pop artists of the 1960s, rejecting abstract expressionism in favor of the classical representations of the nude, still life, and landscape. He created collages and assemblages incorporating everyday objects and advertising ephemera in an effort to make images as powerful as the abstract expressionism he admired. He is perhaps best known for his Great American Nude series with their fat forms and intense colors. In the seventies, Wesselmann continued to explore the ideas and media which had preoccupied him during the Sixties. Most significantly, his large Standing Still Life series, composed of free standing shaped canvases, showed small intimate objects on a grand scale. In 1980 Wesselmann, using the pseudonym Slim Stealingworth, wrote an autobiography documenting the evolution of his artistic work. He continued exploring shaped canvases (first exhibited in the 1960s) and began creating his first works in metal. He instigated the development of a laser-cutting application, which would allow him to make a faithful translation of his drawings in cut-out metal. The 1990s and early 2000s saw the artist expanding on these themes, creating abstract three-dimensional images that he described as “going back to what I had desperately been aiming for in 1959.” He had in

    Exhibition : solo exhibition 2018 Wesselmann: 1963–1983 , Gagosian, Beverly Hills Tom Wesselmann: Standing Still Lifes , Gagosian, New York Tom Wesselmann - Still Life , Gagosian - Jason Ysenburg, NY 2017 Tom Wesselmann: Bedroom Paintings , Gagosian, London Tom Wesselmann , Almine Rech Gallery, London Tom Wesselmann - Bedroom Paintings , Gagosian - Jason Ysenburg, NY Tom Wesselmann - Other Available Works , Gagosian - Jason Ysenburg, NY 2016 A Different Kind of Woman , Almine Rech Gallery, Paris 2013 Tom Wesselmann , Alan Cristea Gallery, London Tom Wesselmann , Galerie Thomas, Munich group exhibition 2018 Crossover featuring Invader & Russell Young , Galerie Kronsbein, Munich New Space, New Acquisitions , Hollis Taggart, New York Untitled Projects: Contemporary & Pop Selections , Untitled Projects, Los Angeles Staff Picks , Denis Bloch Fine Art Masterworks on Paper , Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., New York Staff Favorites , Alpha 137 Gallery, New York Icons Online , Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., New York The Director's Choice , Andipa, London Das kleine Format , Galerie Schwarzer, Düsseldorf XX: Twenty Years of Masters , New River Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale Contemporary & Modern Masters , Gormleys Fine Art, Dublin Red Online , Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., New York American Icons , Opera Gallery, Paris Winter Exhibition: Post-War Meets Today , Robert Fontaine Gallery Print Project Space , Alan Cristea Gallery, London 2017 Highlights from the Collection 2017 , Galerie Klaus Benden, Cologne Art Basel & Art Miami 2017 Private Viewings , Fine Art Mia, Miami Beach Reasons to be cheerful! , Robert Eagle Fine Art, London Inventory/Storage , Oxymore London, London Contemporary Flowers , Oxymore London, London

    Detailed Description : Having started as a cartoonist, Tom Wesselmann’s ultimate goal was to make figurative painting as interesting as abstract art. To this end, his artworld made good use of commercialism and voyeurism. He revealed that there is no hidden meaning in his artworks; his sole purpose was to show how advertisement and commercialism shapes one’s identity.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Tom Wesselmann - Smoker Study #15 Smoker Study #15

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Leeahn gallery was established by Hyeryung Ahn, the collector-turned-gallerist. Leeahn gallery currently operates two branches in two cities: Seoul, and Daegu of South Korea. Leeahn Seoul, established in 2013, is located at Seocheon, so-called the cultural hub of Seoul. Leeahn Daegu, established in 2007, is based in Daegu-the cradle of Korean modern art. Since their establishments, Leeahn gallery has strived to bridge the gap between the public and artists by holding diverse and compelling art exhibitions.
Leeahn Gallery has played a pivotal role in introducing contemporary art trends by showcasing the artworks of emerging-- and renowned Korean masters such as Nam-june Paik, Kang-so Lee, Kun-yong Lee, Dong-youb Lee and Tchun-mo Nam. Furthermore, Leeahn gallery has ceaselessly held solo exhibitions of notable international artists such as Andy Warhol, Alex Katz, Frank Stella, David Salle, Jennifer Steinkamp, Kiki Smith, Imi knoebel, etc. These series of art shows have been hailed as uplifting public awareness of contemporary art.

Recognizing the importance of promoting Korean artists in the global art world, Leeahn gallery continues its effort to participate various international art fairs such as Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Miami, Art Stage Singapore, etc. As a result of such efforts, our representative artists have been invited to prestigious art museums and galleries for their shows.
Leeahn Gallery will continue to discover and foster promising artists from Korea and abroad, contributing to the vitalization of the Korean art market and globalization.

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