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Green from Green
Green from Green: Euyoung Hong's Sculptural Mapping of the Metropolization of Seoul 2017 Hye-yoon Jin (Art historian) A small potted plant sits on a corner, squashed against the ceiling. Placed on a ceiling corner instead of the floor, it could have gone unnoticed it if was not for the lighting. Upon a closer look, it’s clear that a plant can barely stand.. / Read more
 
 
Mapping the City
2017 Euyoung Hong October 19 - October 29, 2017 Nanji Art Show IV Mapping the City SeMA Nanji Exhibition Hall SeMA Nanji Residency Mapping in a flexible era has become a creative and critical intervention within broader discourses of space and the ways that it may be inhabited. Mapping is freed from the problems of factual legitimacy an.. / Read more
 
 
Constructed Landscape
2016 Euyoung Hong September 27 - October 14, 2016 NARS Foundation 201 46th St Brooklyn New York 11220 From September 27 to October 14, 2016, new sculptures and installation works are presented in my solo exhibition at NARS Foundation, New York. This exhibition, entitled Constructed Landscape includes a large spatial construction, Spatial Con.. / Read more
 
 
Constructed Landscape
2016 Euyoung Hong From 16 to 20 March, 2016, new sculpture and installation works are presented in the Young Korean Artists (YKA) exhibition at the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art (CICA) Museum in Korea. The exhibition, entitled Constructed Landscape, is composed of six sculpture and installation practices in Gallery 2 and a site-specific installation .. / Read more
 
 
Politics of Space, Social Economy of Space
2016 Chung-Hwan Kho (Art Critic) A Study of the Space of Han Pyeong . The space of han pyeong is filled with variety of objects, such as a fan, a light, cups, water bottles and food containers, most of which are made from plastic resources, and some other objects, including an abandoned chair, a drying rack, a ladder, steel rods and clear plastic slate-.. / Read more
 
 
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