Nice to see Sungfeel Yun exhibiting in London again:
Encounter Contemporary: Artist Rooms
Nicolas Feldmeyer | Nika Neelova | Tim Garwood | Sungfeel Yun | Kristian Kragelund
22-30 June 2017
Copeland Gallery | 133 Copeland Road | Peckham | London SE15 3SN
Nearest Station: Peckham Rye | 12 mins From Victoria
Encounter Contemporary is pleased to present Artist Rooms, an important new project which will launch on Thursday 22 June at Copeland Gallery in Peckham. The concept is deceptively simple. Five distinguished international contemporary artists. Five distinct rooms in which to create an engaging exhibit or installation.
Celebrating creative difference, Artist Rooms provides each participant an opportunity to innovate and assert their individuality as practitioners. The varied experiential quality of each room echoes the unique approach of each artist. From kinetic installations constructed with magnets, steel and oil through to poetic assemblages of discarded architectural fragments, these multidisciplinary works will make for a captivating and layered viewing experience.
The list of exhibitors is impressive. Each artist notably having gained significant critical acclaim early in their careers (see below for details). Following individual appearances at institutional venues worldwide, such as the Saatchi Gallery (UK), Zaha Museum (South Korea), Kunsthal Aarhus (Denmark), Onassis Cultural Centre, (Athens), Castello di Monticello D’Alba (Italy), all five artists are now jointly turning their attention to occupying the 5000sqft South London exhibition space.
Artist Rooms will run until 30th June. This ambitious and intriguing project is certainly not one to miss.
About the artists
Nicolas K Feldmeyer was born 1980 in Switzerland. After completing an MSc in architecture in Zurich he went on to study Fine Arts at the San Francisco Art Institute on a Fulbright Grant. Feldmeyer received an MFA with distinction from the Slade in 2012. His work has been awarded the Saatchi and Channel 4’s New Sensations First Prize 2012 and the William Coldstream Prize amongst others. Feldmeyer has exhibited at galleries internationally including; Photographer’s Gallery, Maddox Arts, MC2 Gallery, UCL Art Museum, Angus Hughes, Griffin Gallery, Onassis Cultural Centre . His work has been reviewed in the Times, Sunday Times, Art Monthly and published extensively. Feldmeyer is a guest lecturer at the AA School of Architecture, The CASS, Metropolitan University, and is Associate Lecturer at Camberwell College, University of the Arts London. His work is included in numerous public and private collections worldwide including UCL Art Museum and The Leslie Collection.
Nika Neelova born in Moscow and lives and works in London. After completing a BA Fine Art with distinction at the Royal Art Academy (The Hague), Neelova received a MFA with distinction from the Slade in 2011. Her work has been awarded numerous prizes including Saatchi and Channel 4’s New Sensations First Prize 2011, Land Securities Prize Award, Kenneth Armitage Foundation 5th Annual Young Sculptors Prize, Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award. Neelova has exhibited at galleries internationally including; Saatchi Gallery, PERMM Museum of Modern Art, Vigo Gallery, Ron Mandos Gallery, Somerset House, Royal British Society of Sculptors, Fondazione 107, Torrance Art Museum. Her work has been featured in numerous publications including Huffington Post, Art Monthly, This is Tomorrow, Evening Standard. Neelova is represented in numerous public and private collections worldwide including DRAF David Roberts Art Foundation Collection, Saatchi Gallery Collection, PERMM Museum of Modern Art Collection, Museum Biedermann Collection, Santorini Museum of Modern Art, Modern Forms Collection, Beth de Woody Collection, Jason Martin Collection, Levett Collection, Land Securities Collection, Windsor & Newton Collection. (Work Included Courtesy of Vigo Gallery)
Tim Garwood was born in 1984 and lives and works in London. Garwood has exhibited internationally at venues including, Sim Smith Gallery, Royal West of England Academy, Castello di Monticello D’Alba, ACME Project Space, Griffin Gallery, The London Group, Barbican Arts Group, House of St Barnabas, PULSE Miami Beach, Cheim and Read, CONTEXT Miami Beach, Mall Galleries. His work has been featured in numerous publications including Telegraph, The Times, Art of England, British Vogue, Elle Decoration. Garwood is represented in numerous public and private collections internationally including Star Capital, House of St Barnabas, ACME Studios Archive Collection, Cheung Kong Property Group.
Sungfeel Yun was born in 1977 in South Korea, he lives and works between London and Seoul. After completing a BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths College London he graduated received an MFA with distinction from the Slade in 2013. Sungfeel Yun’s work has received numerous prizes including a special awards from the National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea (2006) and Zaha Museum (2012), he was specially commended at the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize (2013). Yun has exhibited at galleries internationally including Young-eun Museum, Zaha Museum, Pyo Gallery, Sichuan Fine Art Institute, Courtauld Institute of Art, Korean Cultural Centre, Hamni Gallery, Rosenfeld Porcini, Sketch, Encounter Contemporary. His work in in numerous public and private collections internationally including Samsung.
Kristian Kragelund was born in 1987 in Denmark, he lives and works in London. Kragelund completed BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, previously to that he attended New York Film Academy, The European Film College and Pratt Institute. Kragelund has exhibited at galleries internationally including, Modern Art Oxford, Kunsthal Aarhus, Pratt Institute, Galleri Tom Christoffersen, IMT Gallery, LAMB Arts, Display Gallery, Edge Projects, Plum Blossoms Gallery, Schwartz Gallery. His work is represented in numerous public and private collections internationally.