Jung-Yeon Min

Min Jung-Yeon works resembles scenic, frontal compositions, where, when
looking at them, one holds one’s breath in order to see what happens next.
The works are the expression of the artist’s intimate being and her belonging to a contemporary history.
Min Jung-Yeon’s profound interest in sciences, specifically the exploration of space, is linked to her intense
observation of nature since childhood. She is also very attached to her origins, a Korea torn between
consumerism and tradition, where the shamanistic heritage is still deeply rooted. Drawings, paintings,
volumes, installations — Min Jung-Yeon is at ease in every dimension, from the infinitely small to the
monumental.

Maria Lund Gallery

Jung-Yeon Min, Falaise de prière, 2020 Indian ink and acrylic on paper — 27,2 × 21 cm Courtesy of Min Jung-Yeon & Galerie Maria Lund
Jung-Yeon Min, Difficile d’accepter la réalité, 2020 Indian ink and acrylic on paper — 40,4 × 32,5 cm Courtesy of Min Jung-Yeon & Galerie Maria Lund
Jung-Yeon Min, Tissage, 2019 Installation, Musée Guimet, Paris — Dimension variables Courtesy of Min Jung-Yeon & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Hérisson romantique, 2020 Indian ink and acrylic on paper — 69 × 116 cm Courtesy of Min Jung-Yeon & Galerie Maria Lund
Jung-Yeon Min, Our long summer in the rain, 2018 Indian ink, watercolour and colour pencil on paper — 94 × 94 cm Min Jung Yeon, Galerie Maria Lund & Collection Musée Guimet
Jung-Yeon Min, Poussière d’hier, 2015 Acrylique sur toile — 65 × 81 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Avant la pluie, 2014 Encre de Chine et crayon de couleur sur papier — 14 × 22 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Devenir, 2014 Encre de Chine et aquarelle sur papier — 17,3 × 19,6 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Un après-midi d’hier, 2014 Encre de Chine, aquarelle et crayons de couleur sur papier — 18,7 × 25 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Le bouton de murmure, 2014 Encre de Chine et acrylique sur papier — 15,9 × 15,9 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Les pieds en l’air, 2012 Indian ink and drawing on paper — 32,6 × 32,6 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Rideau Blanc, 2012 Indian ink on paper — 32,5 × 32,5 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Entre acte, 2010 Acrylic on canvas — 130 × 130 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris
Jung-Yeon Min, Gare de Madrid, 2010 Acrylic on canvas — 150 × 200 cm Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Maria Lund, Paris

Jung-Yeon Min

Contemporary

Drawing, installation, painting, sculpture

South Corean artist born in 1979 in Gwangju, South Korea. 

Localisation
Toulon, France

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