Galerie Maria Lund

Indian ink and acrylic on paper
31,8 x 23,8 cm - 2017

In Min Jung-Yeon’s work, drawing is a kind of breathing, a cathartic process that allows her to displace her anxieties and her passions - out of herself. Straight lines and fluid outlines, feminine shapes and masculine structures… those opposite and complementary components form the artistic universe of Min Jung-Yeon, who expresses in her works the never-ending creation, construction, evolution and destruction process.

For some time she has been looking into refining more, keeping “the essential” in her compositions, creating a scenography that puts the form forward – an emphasised form - without abandoning her research on the articulation between space and form.