EverydayMooonday gallery in Seoul is now presenting a vivid selection of paintings by NYC-based artist, Yoon Hyup. As part of a new solo exhibition entitled “Line & Dot,” Yoon’s signature abstract motifs are the core elements of the acrylic works including tondos, large- and small-scale paintings, as well as a hand-painted wall mural. Collectively, the artworks pay homage to the artist’s hometown of Seoul, utilizing his unique visual language to display visual sceneries of the South Korean capital.
“Line & Dot” is now on display until June 30. Head to EverydayMooonday’s website to learn more.
In other noteworthy shows, the Reina Sofiá museum in Madrid is honoring late Japanese artist Tetsuya Ishida with a dynamic exhibition of the surrealist’s captivating works for its retrospective exhibition entitled “Self-Portrait of Another.”
14 Songpa-daero 48-gil
Seoul, South Korea