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Bae Joonsung Tina Buchholtz Rado Kirov Lee Jaehyo Hong Sungchul Kim Yeon

Albemarle Gallery is pleased to announce a series of collective exhibitions, which will showcase a number of works by artists represented by the gallery. Under the banner of Albemarle Collective these shows will run in conjunction with solo exhibitions with the aim of introducing a larger variety of works by our artists throughout the year. A fully illustrated digital catalogue of all works on exhibit can be viewed on our website.

RADO KIROV (born 1955 Bulgaria) Rado Kirov developed an interest in metal art at an early age when he was 0'()-%$()$),$#'$)#.*'( $'(*'#-&*()!.# ')$!!)$#$$!#'))()# )$) '#)*'. $!!$,##-)#(+%%'#)(%#$%%'(")#))$ '$+ $*()$,'(%'$*)(##*#)$#!'),$' #-)#(+!. ,)#)'$'(#'(#'))('$+$#)#*)$('$'#, ')+$*)!)#$"%!)'$"$-%'(($##"' $##, ')()+#)*'',#$#(-)#(+ #$,!$(!+'(")## .'($-%'##,$' #,)+'$*('#)")!($+!$% *#&*)#&*$"#%*!)#()$()#!((()!.#*(#) #'#)%.(!%'$%')($)")!)$')()' #)'"#($#! (*')).#"!!."''$'()((*''$*##(#',()$('+'#)$ )"$)('1)$#$/(#,$*#%(($#$'(*!%)*'#( "()'.$()#!((()!'-%'((#)(#,"*",( !!)'*'.)

Melting Strip Mirrored stainless steel - " - #

Fish Pond Mirrored stainless steel 115 x 115 cm (45 x 45 in)

Ocean View Mirrored stainless steel 115 x 115 cm (45 x 45 in)

BAE JOONSUNG (born 1967 Kwangju) Bae Joonsung completed an M.F.A and B.F.A at Seoul National University and now lives and works in Seoul. He was recognized from very early on in his career in both the domestic art scene as well as in Europe. The series ‘The Costume of the Painter’ was his iconic work, in which he            through manual interaction by the viewer, to reveal Asian female nudes                 contextualises the original impression and his pastiche. Since 2006, the introduction of lenticular lens in his work made this viewing experience effortless. The most recent series of paintings are titled ‘The Museum’ and Bae Joonsung has emphasized the theme of relativity; the viewer and being viewed by placing his work in the multi-perspective environment of Museums.

The Costume of Painter Phantom in the Painting, J.S.Sargent white dress hn lenticular and oil on canvas 194 x 130 cm (76 x 51 in)

The Costume of Painter - kotkkoji girls Lenticular 80 x 120 cm (31 x 47 in)

The Costume of Painter - Shadow on the wall As , camera woman oil and lenticular on canvas 162 x 112 cm (64 x 44 in)

TINA BUCHHOLTZ (born 1963 Berlin) The end of the nineties marked a shift away from my erstwhile traditional portrayal of landscapes to usher in a phase of informal colour montages that provided medium to indulge my fascination with colour phenomena to the full. Paintings of merging patches of colour give rise to layers in a sea of colour with deep intensity of expression. This process of dispersal and reattachment came about by chance. As time progressed, canvasses used became steadily larger. This led to in-depth study of the life and works of Jackson Pollock, with whom  $#%$%+%*  '' !%"&( I use various sizes of spatulas and spread the colours in a relief and montage form. The prominent feature is a colourfully scattered expression of rhythm and  '%  '#+*% $ ( #( #$ performed using nothing more than the spatula blade. I press the blade in the !%%%* %'$$ %%+ $'$ $%& &$!# $$$#!% '# '#&%% +$ ' !$% +# ! $% *# $*#$$# $$ strands interspersed with translucent glaze gives rise to an impression of great !%%#$ %*%'( % $#'#+# structures create patterns of shade as the light moves, so that images change according to lighting. This effect imbues with the added feeling of variability, changeable mood, symbolic of the sometimes-unexpected changes in life and variant approaches for one and the same event. The inspiration for my work has come from literature, music, discussions and debates with colleagues and experience. The tension between the task of building and sustaining a stable lifestyle, the alertness demanded in ordinary life and my individual fantasies and $%#%%'! (#$#,%*!%$% $& almost meditative process employed in a work is as much an expression of an inward and outward sense of order as the urge for love of life, impulsiveness and spontaneity. The creation of artworks has been my passion ever since my early childhood years. My development in the world of art has taken an unconventional path, sometimes by stubbornly pursuing my own way, the authentic power of expression in my paintings has elicited an earnest response. Tina Buchholtz

Carrara acrylic, luminescent white pigments & silver pigments on canvas ) ) 

HONG SUNGCHUL (born 1969 Seoul) Hong Sungchul completed an M.F.A and B.F.A in sculpture at Hongik    !        Hong Sungchul is an artist who embraces modern technologies and various media within his work. The concept of the current body of work has evolved from an earlier stage of his career. His use of numerous staggered elastic strings upon which the imagery is printed, communicates his unique concept of visual consciousness. The broken images interlace and transform to reveal

!       these engaging three-dimensional works Hong Sungchul attempts to unveil the virtual object through his use of distorted and fragmented imagery resulting in stunning visual effects.

String_hands_0014 print on elastic strings in a steel frame 50 x 80 x 8 cm (20 x 31 x 3 in)

String Mirror_hvbody_0291 print on elastic strings in a steel frame 102 x 80 x 14 cm (40 x 31 x 6 in)

JAEHYO LEE (born 1965 South Korea) Korean contemporary art has for some decades now revealed a very special sensibility – neither Chinese nor Japanese, but containing elements that are reminiscent of both. Lee’s work shows immense respect for natural materials, but also the will to dominate what nature has provided. One is immediately           long hours of hard physical labour that must have gone into the production of these immaculate, yet also intricate objects.

24 0121-1110=110066 Stainless steel bolts, nails & wood 98 x 61 x 8 cm (39 x 24 x 3 in)

12 0121-1110=111014 Stainless steel bolts,nails & wood 50 x 50 x 6 cm (20 x 20 x 2 in)

7 0121-1110=1081220 Stainless steel bolts, nails & wood 40 x 69 x 8 cm (16 x 27 x 3 in)

3 0121-1110=111044 Stainless steel bolts, nails & wood 60 x 60 x 8 cm (24 x 24 x 3 in)

17 0121-1110=1100315 Steel wire 80 x 80 x 5 cm (31 x 31 x 2 in)

2 0121-1110=1090516 Stainless steel bolts, nails & wood 145 x 120 x 6 cm (57 x 47 x 2 in)

19 0121-1110=112092 Wood (camellia) 123 x 200 x 6 cm (48 x 79 x 2 in)

KIM YEON (born 1968 South Korea) Kim Yeon’s sculptures encourage moments of meditation and contemplation from the viewer. Representing streams and rivers captured in a state of stasis, tranquility and calm, the solidity of Kim’s rocks and pebbles contrast with the soft, liquid appearance of the resin they are encased in. Shimmering in the  



      lives and works in South Korea.

Waterside 11001 clear resin & pebbles 8 x 150 x 30 cm (3 x 59 x 12 in)

Autumn Leaves 11004 clear resin & autumn leaves 24 x 120 x 5 cm (9 x 47 x 2 in)

Autumn Leaves 11006 clear resin & autumn leaves 24 x 120 x 5 cm (9 x 47 x 2 in)

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