“I am a painter who paints with dots. Figures, object, scene. I cover a variety of subject matter, however, something common within all my works is the dot. In the beginning, the dot was not an important element in my paintings but wanting to show more about the true nature of paint, it was a way to split and dissect the colors.”
Korean Artist, Juchul Kim was born in 1963 and today lives in Jeonju-city. He has been actively exhibiting since 2012 with a resume including hundreds of group and solo exhibits as well as art fair participations in Korea, Japan, USA, UK, China, Germany, and the Netherlands. His most recent solo show was at the Woojin Culture Foundation in Jeonju City, Korea.
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