KIAF SEOUL 2022

03.09.2022 - 06.09.2022
Booth B49, COEX Hall A & B, Seoul

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Selected works

Patrick Star (Black), 2022
Acrylic on wood
24" Tondo 61 cm
Patrick Star (Black), 2022
Acrylic on wood
24" Tondo 61 cm
Oreo Sponge On A Stick , 2022
Acrylic on canvas
91 x 122 cm
Oreo Sponge On A Stick , 2022
Acrylic on canvas
91 x 122 cm
I Know My Friends, 2022
Acrylic, spray and pastels on canvas
40 x 40 cm
I Know My Friends, 2022
Acrylic, spray and pastels on canvas
40 x 40 cm
SpongeBob (Black), 2022
Acrylic on wood
24" Tondo 61cm
SpongeBob (Black), 2022
Acrylic on wood
24" Tondo 61cm
Walkman, 2022
Acrylic paint on wood board with gold leaf detail
91.5 x 122 cm
Walkman, 2022
Acrylic paint on wood board with gold leaf detail
91.5 x 122 cm
Playing With Balance , 2022
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 80 cm
Playing With Balance , 2022
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 80 cm
Think’n, 2022
Acrylic, spray, pastels and silk screen on canvas
40 x 40 cm
Think’n, 2022
Acrylic, spray, pastels and silk screen on canvas
40 x 40 cm
Everything Will Be Ok, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 60 cm
Everything Will Be Ok, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 60 cm
Skateboard, 2022
Acrylic paint on wood board with gold leaf detail
91.5 x 122 cm
Skateboard, 2022
Acrylic paint on wood board with gold leaf detail
91.5 x 122 cm
Snake Charmer ( you’re the snake.), 2022
Acrylic paint, pen, marker, spray paint and ink on board, laminated hot sculpted glass parts and sheet glass
40 x 30 cm
Snake Charmer ( you’re the snake.), 2022
Acrylic paint, pen, marker, spray paint and ink on board, laminated hot sculpted glass parts and sheet glass
40 x 30 cm
Mickey State Of Mind, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
91 x 122 cm
Mickey State Of Mind, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
91 x 122 cm
With You (Blue), 2022
Oil pastel & acrylic on arches paper with frame
30 x 40 cm
With You (Blue), 2022
Oil pastel & acrylic on arches paper with frame
30 x 40 cm
With You (Pink), 2022
Oil pastel & acrylic on arches paper with frame
30 x 40 cm
With You (Pink), 2022
Oil pastel & acrylic on arches paper with frame
30 x 40 cm
Protector, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 150 cm
Protector, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 150 cm
Loook up, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 150 cm
Loook up, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 150 cm
Perfectly Content,, 2022
Acrylic airbrush on wood
61 x 61 cm
Perfectly Content,, 2022
Acrylic airbrush on wood
61 x 61 cm
To Use A Kanzashi, 2022
Acrylic airbrush on wood
76 x 102 cm
To Use A Kanzashi, 2022
Acrylic airbrush on wood
76 x 102 cm
Ghost, 2019
Acrylic paint, pen, marker, spray paint and ink on board, laminated hot sculpted glass parts and sheet glass
35 x 27 cm
Ghost, 2019
Acrylic paint, pen, marker, spray paint and ink on board, laminated hot sculpted glass parts and sheet glass
35 x 27 cm

Artists

Aka Okumura

Born in Kyoto, Japan in 1992, Aka OKumura self taught painting since 2015.

Maya Fuji

Born in Japan and raised in the Bay Area, Maya Fuji is inspired by both her cultural heritage as well as the local microcosms of the SF Bay Area. She is fascinated by themes of traditional Japanese mythology and folklore, and blends these with her own experiences of being issei (first generation) in the United States. A recurring theme in her work is the exploration of what creates our sense of identity, and how that can shift over ones life. Soft feminine figures float through her work, encompassing abstraction, texture, vulnerability, and mystique. She layers pops of color and shape to explore themes of passing time, and to contemplate hidden meanings in the lore of her ancestors. Each piece has a story to tell —  historical legends, lessons and ghost stories of the floating world era, reimagined through the lens of the digital age.

Alex Krueger

Alex K. Krueger, a Chicago-based artist is known for works that acts as a diary of emotional responses to the highs and lows of daily stimulations and consumption. Although his main art medium is glass and painting on found objects, he continues to grow strong characteristics on canvas and paper. Alex K. Krueger’s practice is characterised by buildup of layers, lines, color, form and abstractions. Through his unique methodology and abstract, deeply intuitive technique, Alex K. Krueger completely transforms his mediums, rendering newfangled forms. Constantly balancing between light and dark, ghostly and loud, until the layers and lines feel complete, the process can be described as an adventure of sorts.

Benzilla

Parinya Sirisinsuk was graduated from Fine and Applied Art Bangkok University, Thailand.

Blake Jones

Blake Jones is a Chicago-based fine artist. His playful characters and bold, color-drenched aesthetic lend his work a cartoon-like quality that is instantly appealing. In addition to his fine art and outdoor murals, Blake Jones has worked for numerous businesses and major companies including Soho House, Threadless, Budweiser, and Mountain Dew. Blake Jones was selected by a panel of judges for both Line Dot's Second and Third Annual Juried Shows.

Maria Maaneskiold

Born in Oslo Norway, the art of Maria Maaneskiold experiments with references to fairytale and folklore. Her use of self portrait and symbolic characters alude to a certain experience of identity, sexuality and escapeism. Her work resembles that of dreams and create a visual universe of her own confused psyche.

Revolue

Working as an artist for two decades, REVOLUE has developed recognizable personal style which can be characterized as a mixture between the urban street art and the classical artistic approach with the observation of human behavior and habits as the emphasis of his work.

Shishidomia

Sayuri, the founder of SHISHIDOMIA is a Japanese artist with strong Latin American roots. Her childhood swayed within the beauty and richness of the Japanese and Colombian cultures; a mixture of flavors and colors that awoke a true passion for art and its power to convey deep social and personal feelings. This effervescent drive led to her enrollment at the prestigious Tokyo Metropolitan Senior High School of Fine Arts, culminating in her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Textile Art & Design at Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan. While still in college, Sayuri was awarded The Barbara Shapiro Award for excellence by the New Beat International textile art competition in Oaxaca, Mexico. Shortly after graduation, Sayuri moved to the US to pursue a career as a pop art artist and textile designer. She is currently fully dedicated to the creation of modern culture relevant art and the launch of her clothing line.

Zach Schrey

Zach Schrey born in Elgin, Illinois and received his bachelor of Fine Arts from Southern Illinois University. Zach Schrey creates an alternate reality of recognisable characters and designs wrapped in his signature bio-morphic camouflage patterns. They remind us of the everyday, yet have an otherworldly presence because of their bold, clean aesthetic. Influenced by the ubiquitous imagery of cartoons and comics, Zach Schrey’s work collectively pokes fun at these cultural icons, heightening our awareness of their superficiality while at the same time celebrating their immutability as a presence in our lives.