JanKossen Contemporary , Stand n° AM301

VORTEX - Troy Simmons

Troy Simmons VORTEX

Three squares (Two Gaude and Benihi) -  Masaya Eguchi

Masaya Eguchi Three squares (Two Gaude and Benihi)

Sound II - Jeong Min Suh

Jeong Min Suh Sound II

I feel a space of Mind -  Jin-Young Ye

Jin-Young Ye I feel a space of Mind

Tantra 15_4 - Dieter Balzer

Dieter Balzer Tantra 15_4

Tao X - Jeong Min Suh

Jeong Min Suh Tao X

Exhibiting Artists

  • Park Byung-Hoon

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  • Masaya Eguchi  (+)

    Detailed Description : Masaya Eguchi is a Japanese who studied Fine Arts at Tama Art University in Tokyo. He is known for his mixed media, sculptural configurations that combine wood and paint to create geometric abstract compositions. Eguchi is influenced by traditional Japanese paper sculptures and paper folding such as origami. Eguchi's work invites us to explore how order and chaos joins; the artist taking almost a meditative approach when producing. Eguchi's creation can be hung in almost any direction, inviting the viewer to experience the art anew from different angles.

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    •  Masaya Eguchi - Three squares (Two Gaude and Benihi) Three squares (Two Gaude and Benihi)

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  • Jürgen Jansen

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  • Kim Minjung

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  • Yeong-Jea Kim

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  • Harald Schmitz-Schmelzer  (+)

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  • Troy Simmons  (+)

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    • Troy Simmons - VORTEX VORTEX

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  • Suh Jeong Min  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jeong Min Suh - Tao X Tao X
    • Jeong Min Suh - Sound II Sound II

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  • Ye Jin-Young  (+)

    Detailed Description : Using clay, porcelain, cotton swaps and aluminum; the Korean artist Ye Jin-Young creates sculptural, wall-object art that resemble petals, which flow in patterns found in nature. The composition of his works, inspired by rhythmic movement of water and light , possess a different dimension when the observer moves their position; the frontal view of the work offers a very different perspective when viewed from an angle. The artist often hints at patterns found in nature: the wind, flowers and water waves are themes that are appear frequently in his work. His clay works are simple, white petals that use shadow and light to create depth to his work.

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    •  Jin-Young Ye - I feel a space of Mind I feel a space of Mind

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Other Represented Artists

About

JANKOSSEN's exhibitions and curated shows focus primarily on abstract, conceptual art created by both established and mid-career international talents. Established in 2009 in Basel, JANKOSSEN ran gallery outlets and representations in Basel, Singapore, New York, Sydney, Venice and Hong Kong. From 2012 JANKOSSEN expanded its operations to the big Apple in the vibrant Gallery district of Chelsea New York. During the Venice Biennale 2017 JanKossen held a group show in their gallery in Venice Italy located within the Palazzo Corner Spinelli on the Grand Canal.

JanKossen's administraive offices in Basel offer artists career management, advisory services for collectors and curatorial services for exhibitions in the commercial and public sectors.
Besides participating actively during selected, international art fairs, the gallery specializes in private sales in the secondary market with a focus on the work by European, Chinese and American twentieth century and contemporary artists. The gallery also provides advisory and collection management services.

JK Projects is an experimental platform where JanKossen Contemporary showcases emerging artists on a probational basis. Artists are carefully selected on a set criteria based on our gallery program parameters. Selected artists whose work generate a strong response from collectors are given an opportunity for a trial representation with the gallery.

Contact

JanKossen Contemporary w:  http://www.jankossen.com Robert Panichpakdee Jasmin Kossenjans