Seoul, b.1979

Park Kyung Ryul

Originating from the artists training as a painter, Park Kyung Ryul’s intrinsic artistic process has sparked a recent breakthrough. Her transition to oil painting and her production of sculptural objects has activated her use of personal painterly forms, into a relationship with the physical objects that are attached, accompany and seemingly cascade from the paintings themselves. What she refers to as Sculptural Painting. For the artist, Sculptural Painting is an experiment that generates a narrative with the painting and the external elements that contextualize the painting.

Park Kyung Ryul studied in England while doing various exhibitions after studying Fine Art at Hongik University in 2013 and has been active since graduating Fine Art master degree at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2017. Park Kyung Ryul was selected for...

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Biography

Originating from the artists training as a painter, Park Kyung Ryul’s intrinsic artistic process has sparked a recent breakthrough. Her transition to oil painting and her production of sculptural objects has activated her use of personal painterly forms, into a relationship with the physical objects that are attached, accompany and seemingly cascade from the paintings themselves. What she refers to as Sculptural Painting. For the artist, Sculptural Painting is an experiment that generates a narrative with the painting and the external elements that contextualize the painting.

Park Kyung Ryul studied in England while doing various exhibitions after studying Fine Art at Hongik University in 2013 and has been active since graduating Fine Art master degree at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2017. Park Kyung Ryul was selected for exhibitions such as 2018 Song Eun Art Award, 2017 Buk-Seoul Museum of Art City and the People, 2016 Doosan Gallery Using the Eye in Order to See. Also, She had exhibitions at Lungley Gallery in London in 2018, SIDE ROOM in 2017, Common Center in 2014 and Space Willing N Dealing in 2013.

Artworks

8

Man in crisis, 2019

Related Categories

21st Century Art / Art of the 2010s / Asian Art / Blurring Genre Boundaries / Canvas / Ceramic / Contemporary Asian Art / Contemporary Korean Art / Everyday Objects / Found Objects / Installation / Korean Art / Media Study / Oil on Canvas / Oil Paint / Oil Painting / Painting / Painting Study / Paper / Sculptural Painting / Seoul / South Korea / Watercolor / Watercolor on Paper / Women Artists

Curriculum Vitae

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Scaffolds of Meaning / 懒音, Mine Project, Hong Kong

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Curriculum Vitae

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Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Scaffolds of Meaning / 懒音, Mine Project, Hong Kong