Pervade

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Soluna Fine Art is pleased to present 「Pervade 滲」, an extension exhibition from the Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong which is supported by Art Chosun. The special exhibition will present 11 masterpieces by two of the most notable names synonymous with the first generation of Korean modern and contemporary art: Chung-Hwa (靑華) Ha In-Doo, whose geometric colour field abstract art has roots that can be traced back to Korean traditional culture and Buddhism; and Go-Am (顧庵) Lee Ung-No, who transcended the barriers of Eastern and Western art with his modern and abstract art of nature and humans.「Pervade 滲」will be on view from 15 January –  12 March 2022, with an opening on 15 January (Saturday) from 10AM - 6PM. 

 

The title of the exhibition ‘滲 (Sam): To Permeate’ reflects how the artistic ideologies of Ha In-Doo  and Lee Ung-No – both masters of their craft who sought to express Korean beauty in their art while also creating their own unique visual languages with evolving traditional techniques – permeate through onto the canvas. The meaning also extends embracing the hope that the artists’ sentiments will permeate into the hearts and minds of those who view and appreciate their works. The global pandemic has brought heavy restrictions to the arts and culture sector. This exhibition was organized with the hope of introducing Hong Kong to Korea’s past and artistic authenticity through the works of two of Korea’s most recognized first-generation abstract artists. We also hope that this exhibition can foster cultural exchange between Korea and Hong Kong.

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Selected Works
Lee Ung-No, Munjachusang (Abstract Letter), 1978, 122cm x 92 cm, Collage on hanji..jpg

Lee Ung-No

Munjachusang (Abstract Letter)

1978, Collage on hanji

122 x 92 cm

Ha In-Doo, Lyul (律), 1975, 91 x 65 cm, Oil on canvas

 

Ha In-Doo​

Lyul (律)

1975, Oil on canvas

91 x 65 cm

Ha In-Doo, Untitled, circa 1980, 90.9 x 72.7 cm, Oil on canvas

 

Ha In-Doo

Untitled

Circa 1980, Oil on canvas

90.9 x 72.7 cm

Lee Ung-No, Munjachusang (Abstract Letter), 1978, 93 x 94 cm, Collage on hanji

Lee Ung-No

Munjachusang (Abstract Letter)

1978, Collage on hanji

93 x 94 cm

Lee Ung-No, Munjachusang (Abstract Letter), 1979, 142.5 x 117 cm, Collage on hanji

Lee Ung-No

Munjachusang (Abstract Letter)

1979, Collage on hanji

142.5 x 117 cm

Ha In-Doo, Lyul (律), 1975, 91 x 73 cm, Oil on canvas

 

Ha In-Doo

Lyul (律)

1975, Oil on canvas

91 x 73 cm

Ha In-Doo, Myohwan (妙環), 1979, 91 x 73 cm, Oil on canvas

 

Ha In-Doo​

Myohwan (妙環)

1979, Oil on canvas

91 x 73 cm

Lee Ung-No, Letter Abstract, 1979, 98.8 x 67 cm, Collage on hanji

Lee Ung-No

Munjachusang (Abstract Letter)

1979, Collage on hanji

98.8 x 67 cm

Ha In-Doo, Mandala (曼多羅), 1975, 75 x 55.5 cm, Oil on canvas

Ha In-Doo

Mandala (曼多羅)

1975, Oil on canvas

75 x 55.5 cm

 

Ha In-Doo, Dynamically Stable of the Point (妙契環中), 1979, 89 x 71.5 cm, Oil on canvas

Ha In-Doo

Dynamically Stable of the Point (妙契環中)

1979, Oil on canvas

89 x 71.5 cm

 

Ha In-Doo, Untitled, 1972, 103 x 41.5 cm, Oil on canvas

 

Ha In-Doo

Untitled

1972, Oil on canvas

103 x 41.5 cm