Korea, Republic Of 1932
Chung Sang-Hwa is a Korean minimalist and monochromatic painter born in 1932 in Youngduk. He studied Fine Arts at Seoul National University.
Featured image: Chung Sang-Hwa – detail of an artwork
As a part of the revival of general interest in Dansaekhwa movement, Blum and Poe brings the comprehensive exhibition inspiring broader critical discussion.
The remarkable Korean artists of the 1970s Dansaekhwa minimalist monochromatic painting finally in the spotlight on the contemporary art scene and market.
Recently, there has been a revival of general interest in Dansaekhwa Korean art, the art movement that emerged in the 1970s and has been undervalued so far.
The phenomenon of Korean art that's getting increasing amount of attention on the art market is elaborated in new books about Korean culture
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