2020.12.30 (Wed) ~ 2021.01.31 (Sun)
This is a joint exhibition of two young Korean artists supported by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Arts Management Support Center.
The MINE artist does not accept the form of the object visually as it is, but approaches it from the perspective of looking at the inner form, and captures a city landscape by applying colors to it.
She conceived that the square shape, which occupies most of the city's buildings, starts with a square-shaped brick, and uses the square touch that can be created by a brush to express city buildings, and changes in color using light.
By using it, the sensibility felt in that city is captured on the canvas.
Artist Dae-Jun Shin is a Western painting artist who uses a red elephant as a material to capture fairy tales for adults with her own feelings.
The innocent look of a boy listening to the song of the wind in the woods and an elephant, a reliable companion who protects the boy's side, make you feel calm.
The red elephant embodies the existence of his father, who watched and kept me silently as a child.
At the same time, it is also the image of himself as the father of the child at the present time.