SEOUL 

Andy H. Jung

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Andy H. Jung (b. 1978, South Korea) lives and works in Seoul, South Korea. For many years Jung has observed plants that are common around us, exploring their aggressive and defensive nature through his art. ​

 

Jung studied photography at San Francisco Art Institute. In 2012 he earned his MFA in Photography at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. Jung won the Leica artist of the year award in 2019 and was named Official Ambassador for Nikon Imaging Korea in 2020. He has shown extensively in Seoul, New York, Milan, and London.

 

Andy H. Jung has chosen his colors for their symbolic meaning. In East Asian tradition, the color white signifies life, while red signifies karma, fate, or opportunity. 

Selected images

Selected Exhibitions 

2021

2020

“The Great Artist” at POSCO Museum of Art, Seoul 

SOLO EXHIBITION

“Common Places, People, and Islands; Monologue” at Leica Korea Cheongdam, Seoul 

2020

SOLO EXHIBITION
Life and Karma at Space 776 New York

Gallery Exhibitions