Tag Archives: Jungjin Lee

KOREAN WAYS TO SAY I CREATE – The many avenues of artistic imagination, in South Korea

People, raw materials, accessories and tools for South Korean creativity The canon of beauty that concerns the human being collects the most desirable characteristics of physical beauty; yet, it has expressed itself in various forms in history and in artistic expressions. The Korean ideal of beauty connected to white and glowing skin contributes to social success. Contemplating Korean beauty and …

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TO DISTILL A FEELING, CALM THEM ALL – Jungjin Lee, the mirages of the mind and a desert where to look at yourself

Before taking pictures, you need to feel the abstract atmosphere where you are Experiences with ceramics, painting and calligraphy helped to influence his approach to photography. Born in Korea in 1961, she started photographing in the early 1980s. She is appreciate for her photographic work printed on handmade mulberry paper. She loves to create photographic landscapes that mix traditions of …

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