About the Work
In our first collaboration with artist Cha Yuree, she transports us into the heart of Korea's Jangma, the rainy season known for its intense heat, humidity, and rainfall. The piece masterfully encapsulates the essence of this season through a visual symphony of melting and sweating florals, each petal seemingly alive with movement and change. The print is further enhanced by the meticulously added gloss of water droplets, creating a tangible sense of the heavy, rain-laden air. Central to Cha's work is the portrayal of Korean women, a tribute to her own matriarchal lineage. These figures, drawn from the stories and strength of her grandmothers, stand resilient and graceful amidst the tempestuous backdrop of Jangma. Their presence is a powerful statement on the endurance and beauty of the feminine spirit, deeply rooted in Korean culture and history. This limited edition of 35 is a UV print with high gloss spot varnish on hot press paper.
Cha Yuree is a distinguished Korean American artist, renowned for her vibrant and emotionally resonant works that explore themes of identity, family, and the Asian diaspora. Based in Los Angeles, Cha's artistic journey is marked by her adept use of saturated colors and bold graphic shapes, a style that brings her stories and cultural influences to life. Her work is heavily inspired by the tales and experiences of her grandmothers, making her pieces deeply personal yet universally appealing. Cha's proficiency spans across various mediums, predominantly acrylic and digital, allowing her to create a dynamic range of artworks. Select solo and group exhibitions include Over the Influence, Hong Kong,Hashimoto Contemporary, Los Angeles, Août Gallery, Beirut, and NADA with Over the Influence, New York.
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