LEESANG ART SPACE holds a group exhibition featuring artists Kim Young-jin, Oh Tae-joong, Lee Bo-yoon and Lim Kwang-kyu from Thursday, April 12 to Wednesday, April 25. In step with this life-filled spring season, this exhibition was inspired by the meeting of four artists who are actively engaged in creative activities with plant images. Through this exhibition, LEESANG ART SPACE will look at the world of various artists' works and provide a venue for people living in chaotic modern times to interact and reason with art from a philosophical point of view.
To highlight the exhibition space's own image, Oh Tae-joong and Kim Young-jin will present works that contain the fresh spring air from large forests, while Lim Kwang-kyu and Lee Bo-yoon will present a total of 25 works, including 16 new works, containing depth of the forest that were prepared with many small parts. While exploring common objects, each individual's perspective is very different. At the center of the exhibition, four original works by each of the artists will be displayed side by side with the tree of life called Sephiroth, the title of the exhibition. Sephiroth is a kind of geometric figure used in the mystical "QBLH" among Judaism, which symbolizes the whole universe. Consisting of 10 world views (Sephira) and 22 passageways (Pass), the Sephiroth is a vertical form of hexagonal in a plane, but a balanced form of cubes in three dimensions. This shift of view is similar to the plan to break down the vertical structure between generations and seek multi-faceted collaboration points. If Sephira is defined as an artist, Pass, it is hoped that this exhibition will serve as an opportunity to showcase artists such as large potentially expandable trees in the art market, not just an exhibition about plants during the spring season.