Artist | Jiyun Jung

After every encounter with nature, I try to reproduce different aspects of it in my pictures. Then there are my emotions. This way I create new moments of nature in my art. In my pictures you can discover not only the beauty of nature itself, but also hidden elements. I want you to enjoy my work and experience new moments in nature. In everyday life we have no interest in nature and just walk past it. I hope that my pictures can bring you a little closer to nature.

Solo exhibition

2020 'The Illusion of Images and their Landscape', THE DH ART, Ilsan
2019 'Between Forest and Breath', Runt Gallery, Seoul

Group exhibition

2019 'Invisible: The Evidence of Things Not Seen', Gallery Tree, Incheon
2018 '9P', Weight of Drawing Gallery, Seoul
2017 'Green Summer Exhibition', Seoul Forest Community Center, Seoul
2016 'ASYAAF (Asian Students and Young Artists Art Festival) & Hidden Artist Festival', DDP, Seoul
2015 'Young Artists of Our Time', Bank of Korea, Seoul
2014 'A village not on the map', ART SPACE id, Cheongju
2013 '35. Central Art Competition - Exhibition of Selected Artists - Seoul Arts Center Seoul
2012 'ASYAAF' culture station Seoul 284
2011 'Sam Pyo Art Factory Project', Sam Pyo Space, Seoul
2011 'ASYAAF', Hongik University Museum of Modern Art, Seoul
2011 'Hello', The Culture Gallery, Seoul
2011 'crossing over 2011', Interalia, Seoul
2010 'Selected Artists of East Yokai', Doosan Gallery, Seoul
2010 'Doors Art Fair', Imperial Palace Hotel, Seoul
2010 'Multicolored Perspective' Art Space H, Seoul
2010 'YWCA', Imaju Gallery, Seoul
2009 'ASYAAF' Kimusa, Seoul

Awards

2016 ASYAAF DDP award
Selected as new writer by the Bank of Korea in 2015
2013 35th JoongAng Art Competition Selected Artist
2010 'The Oriental Yokai 77', Seoul High Art Fair Silver Prize
2010 Art in Culture Oriental Yokai 2010 Selected Author

education

Korea National University of Arts, Art Academy
Sungshin Women's University Western Painting

Artwork by Jiyun Jung

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