Youngseok Cha explores a habitual world, unrecognized but repetitive, that also belongs to the artist as an art practice which never be specially perceived however continued.
Ultimately the more he draws, the more he erases the specific tastes of individuals concerning the objects being exposed, and the taste of society or the era that influences them, leaving only the artist's habitual tastes, which pursue patterns and minuteness.
Youngseok Cha was born in 1976 and currently works and lives in Seoul, South Korea. As one of the most prospected emerging artists in Korea, Cha's work has been exhibited numerous galleries as well as museums such as Keumho Museum of Art, SOMA museum of Art and National Museum of Contemporary Art. He also has received awards and grants for emerging artists by the Arts Council in Korea.