18th November 2021 - 13th January 2022
Painting Protocols | Insun Choi’s Solo Exhibition
Gallery Huue, Seoul
B1 249, Seochojungang-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul
2021.11.18 - 2022.01.13
Gallery Huue is delighted to present Painting Protocols, the gallery’s first solo exhibition by Insun Choi. The exhibition features a collection of new and recents works alongside the depictions of figures and interiors for which the works are rarely shown to the public.
Due to COVID 19 situation, the exhibition requires a mandatory pre-booking.
Painting Protocols encircles themes and subjects that are personal to the artist in recent years such as “Light of Rawness” and “Language is Painting”. Insun Choi’s paintings, intensely deep in palette and many large in scale, celebrate the physicality of touch and intuitive sensitivity that stems from his unique approach to the subjects. This collection of works continue the artist’s decades-long exploration of the ways in which the representation of images, figures, and nature that is ultimately semi-imprinted on our conscious and unconscious selves affected by our relationship to physical objects, memories, and time.
Insun Choi (b.1964) studied at State University of New York for MFA, and in recent years, the artist has found and established Incarnation Cultural Arts Foundation Art. Insun Choi has held numerous solo exhibitions locally and internationally such as gallery dooin (Seoul, Korea), Sophis Gallery(Seoul, Korea), Star Gallery(Seoul, Korea), Window Gallery(Qingdao, China), The Trinity Gallery(Seoul, Korea), Are Art Center(Seoul, Korea), Gallery 3(Seoul, Korea) and many more. Also Insun Choi participated in many group exhibitions - ‘The Gaze of Contemporary Art’ at Yangpyeong Art Museum(Yangpyeong, Korea), ‘Rediscovery of Colors’ at Museum San (Wonju, Korea), ‘巍巍’ at Ponetive Space (Paju, Korea), and ‘Y’s Collections’ at Gallery Yeh(Seoul, Korea). Choi’s works are currently collected at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art(MMCA), Seoul Museum of Art(SeMA), Gwangju Museum of Art, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Leeum Museum of Art, and Hankook-Ilbo. His works have previous auction records at both Sotheby’s, New York(USA) and Christie's Auction, Hong Kong.