11 Nov - 3 Dec 2017 | 11am - 7pm
22 Lock Road, #01-34, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108939
Kim Tae-Ho, one of the leading artists of Korean monochrome art since the 1970s, is highly celebrated for having expanded the possibilities of his art form within the East Asian contemporary practice. His bold experimentation across media, sometimes incorporating traditional handmade hanji paper within his heavily textured, monochromatic works, has strongly allied his practice with the legacy of his contemporary Dansaekhwa painters.
Kim Tae-Ho's paintings retain the unique characteristic of their vivid palette: a product of the artist’s meticulous working method to accrue a dense sediment of colour within the picture plane itself.
Transitions will be Kim Tae-Ho’s first solo exhibition in Singapore following his four-decade long career.