Iksong Jin’s In Loving Memory of Innocence

Gallery Hours: Monday thru Friday 10 am to 3 pm 

 

Statement by the artist:

Last winter, I bought some special bottles and other objects at an antique shop in Monticello, upstate New York, and I added hologram technology to complete new works.

The purchased bottles are containers manufactured by CLOROX detergent company, which metaphors the global environment that is contaminated by human convenience and desire.

Last February, I moved the bottles and other objects to my studio in Korea, completing a total of 11 works during March, April and May when the whole world suffered from the CoronaVirus 19. These completed works will be moved again to New York and will be exhibited at Gallery MC, NY from July 14 to July 25 this year.

June 01, 2020

Gallery of works:

https://artfor95228.wixsite.com/holo


Iksong Jin

Artist & The Director of Applied Fine Arts Prof./MA. Dept. of Fine Arts, Chungbuk National University.                

www.iksong.com

iksongjin@gmail.com

 

Iksong Jin was born in South Korea in 1960.

After he graduated from Hong-Ik University in Seoul, Korea, he moved to New York in 1988 and studied at NYU (New York University) and he had a Master’s Degree in 1991.

His works have been exhibited in New York including ‘OK Harris Works of Art’ (383 West Broadway) in the year 2000, as well as in Korea, Japan, UK.

Iksong received British Council Grant in 1996-97 and studied at Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK for the Post Doc. Fellow.

In the year 2014, he had a sabbatical year and was invited from ‘The Art Students League of New York’ to give lectures. He had lectured at Green Mountain College and the Carving Studio in Vermont in 2005 and ‘Flux Factory’ and ‘Residency Unlimited’ in New York.

Presently he is a professor at Fine Arts Dept. at Chungbuk National University in South Korea.