The imagery of Korean artist Jongsuk Yoon derives its peculiar charge from the balance between abstraction and representation, between the painted surface and relief elements. In the interplay of colors and forms across the painting, diverse impressions and sensations are conveyed, ranging from an almost ascetic severity to a playful lightheartedness, even irony.
Authors: Rolf Jessewitsch, Tayfun Belgin
Artists: Jongsuk Yoon
23 x 28,8 cm