jeonghwa choi: 'ok!' exhibition at towada art center, japan
 
jeonghwa choi: 'ok!' exhibition at towada art center, japan jeonghwa choi: 'ok!' exhibition at towada art center, japan
jun 29, 2009

jeonghwa choi: 'ok!' exhibition at towada art center, japan

‘aomori’ by jeonghwa choi at the ‘ok’ exhibition , 2009 courtesy the artist

korean artist jeonghwa choi, is currently exhibiting at the towada art center, japan. curated by nanjo and associates, the exhibition is entitled ‘ok!’. jeonghwa choi is one of the most well-known korean contemporary artists’, who creates works with the philosophy of ‘art for everyone’.

he has recycled everyday goods, such as rice bowls and plastic housewares transforming them into sculptural pieces. as part of the exhibition, works are currently installed in various locations around the city including high-street shops and public places. the exhibition will be on view until august 23th, 2009.

‘aomori’, 2009 courtesy the artist

‘rainbow’, 2009courtesy the artist

‘rainbow’, 2009courtesy the artist

‘rainbow’, 2009courtesy the artist

‘rainbow’, 2009courtesy the artist

‘flower tree’, 2009 courtesy the artist

‘flower tree’, 2009 courtesy the artist

silver venus, 2009 courtesy the artist

red venus, 2009courtesy the artist

red venus, 2009courtesy the artist

marie-antoinette, 2009 courtesy the artist

‘gather’, 2009 courtesy the artist

‘gather’, 2009 courtesy the artist

‘cabbage’, 2009 courtesy the artist

‘plastic paradise’, 2009 courtesy the artist

exterior of ‘ok!’ exhibition courtesy the artist

‘flower horse’, 2008 courtesy the artist

jeonghwa choi courtesy the artistchoi is an artist, architect and designer. his works have been presented at numerous biennales including liverpool (2004), venice (2005), and singapore (2006), as well as at asia house, london (2006) and wolverhampton (2007).

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