December 10, 2013
Korean artist Jee Young Lee
presents her amazing surreal set creations titled "Stage of Mind." This whimsical, Photoshop-free work with it's painstaking detail and elaborate execution was made in the artist's 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4-meter studio in Seoul. Pulling her inspiration from literature such as Shakespeare, Korean fables and childhood memories, Young lee uses paint, wire, paper and even fog and dry ice to assemble each atmospheric piece. A selection of her work will be featured at the OPIOM
Gallery in Opio, France from February 7 to March 7, 2014.
November 19, 2013
is one of the fantastic artists Empty Kingdom is bringing to Select Art Fair. His masks may cover the face but they provide a deeper window into what is behind. His work is self-reflection, a commentary and force for the importance of creating things by hand and the value imperfection can imbue such objects with. Read his interview: