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For Min Jung-Yeon, drawing is a kind of breathing, a cathartic process that allows her to transport her anxieties and passions outside herself.In her works, straight lines and geometric shapes rub shoulders with fluid lines. These components, opposites and complements, constitute Min Jung-Yeon’s artistic universe.
The artist’s deep interest in science, and in the exploration of space in particular, is linked to her keen observation of nature from a very young age. It also stems from his native culture, that of a Korea torn between consumerism and tradition, where the shamanist heritage is still anchored.
Min Jung-Yeon’s work (drawing, painting and installation) has been shown in exhibitions at various international institutions: State Museum of Oriental Art (solo exhibition, Moscow, 2017), National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taichung, 2010), Musée National des arts asiatiques – Guimet (Carte blanche exhibition, Paris, 2019-2020), etc.
A solo exhibition of Min Jung-Yeon’s work is planned at the Korean Cultural Centre (Paris) for late 2021-early 2022.
«The boundary between reality and fiction is unnecessary since it is possible to live fully in an unreal world.»
For 22 years, the GALERIE MARIA LUND (Paris, le Marais) has supported contemporary art that combines conceptual depth and plastic relevance; strong works that suggest meaning rather than impose it, that in a contemporary form raise existential questions.