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Exhibition visit: Jeung Hyun — Jardins Croisés, at Mokspace

Jeung Hyun’s current exhibition at Mokspace lives up to expectations. Her last solo show at Mokspace was back in the summer of 2012, when she presented woodblock prints of gingkos, peonies, persimmons, jasmine and apples. This time, while retaining some beautifully autumnal gingkos in luminous golds she has introduced several works involving the fragile poppy. … [Read More]

Print exhibition news: Breeze, at Mokspace

We loved Hyun Jeung’s woodblock prints when they were shown at Mokspace last year. So we’ll be sure to pop in to Mokspace to see them again, now in a group show. Breeze Hyun Jeung, Katsutoshi Yuasa, Phil Greenwood Group Print Exhibition Opening Reception: Tuesday 9th April 2013, 6.30 – 8.30pm Exhibition: 9th April – … [Read More]

A little memory of Korea for your walls – lovely woodblock prints at Mokspace

With their current exhibition, Underneath the Gam Tree, MokSpace continues its recent form of putting on exhibitions of work which is both affordable and desirable. Hyun Jeung’s woodblock prints will remind you perhaps of William Morris or Charles Voysey: gingko, peony, persimmon, jasmine and apple (reflecting her childhood origins in Daegu) in delicate interweaving patterns. … [Read More]

Hyun Jeung: Underneath the Gam Tree, at MokSpace

News of the latest exhibition at MokSpace. As Goodwill Ambassador for Sancheong County in Gyeongsangnamdo, home of Korea’s finest persimmons (gam), I’ll certainly be checking this one out. Hyun Jeung: Underneath the Gam tree Private View: 29 June 2012, 5 – 8 pm Exhibition Dates: 29 June – 16 July 2012 / Opening Hours : … [Read More]