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How Age-Old Celestial Iconographies Inspire Koo Jeong A’s Latest Solo Exhibition In London

Koo Jeong A, Untitled, 2022, 152 x 122.5 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Pilar Corrias, London.

"In a central London street most known for bespoke tailoring, South Korean artist Koo Jeong A introduces stern three-headed eagles and clusters of five-pointed stars. The palette of bright yellow and fiery red turns the heat up still further on a sweltering London day .  .  .  We spoke to the artist, who has been active since the mid 1990s, in advance of the show about the symbols explored, and what we should expect from them next."

Read more via Cobo Social: 

https://www.cobosocial.com/dossiers/art/how-age-old-celestial-iconographies-inspire-koo-jeong-as-latest-solo-exhibition-in-london/ WM

Wesley Yuen

Wesley Yuen is a collector based in Vancouver BC.

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