View In Room
View In Room
Archival pigment print
Edition of 5
Dimensions: 74.0cm(H) x 50.0cm(W) / 29.1"(H) x 19.7"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
“The Architectural Form series, a mix of detailed attributes of space, size, light, and texture, portrays another aspect of architectural beauty. The series at times reveals calm comfortable moments, and at other times dynamically runs with the light. Buildings are found through precision with minimum geometric shapes, materials, and colors, rather than splendor. They are simply considered as patterns formed with various kinds of lines. Buildings are not simply objects—time, history, and culture are contained in them. Depicting the elements that exist in these buildings, the series expresses the role of the buildings that was pursued at the time, not just the intrinsic quality of the materials.”
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Lives and Works: Seoul
Photographer June Young Lim has been managing and working the photos of ancestors who followed a fourth generation family business photos. Lim family: Lim Seok-je (1918-1996, brother of the great-grandfather), Lim In-sik (1920-1998, grandfather), Lim Chung-eui (1944-present, father), and Lim June Young (1976-present).
He specializes in architecture, and fine art photography. He was born in Seoul, Korea, and graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco with a degree in Photography and from the School of Visual Arts in New York with a MPS in Digital Photography.
He has had solo and group exhibitions with Art Space J, Soul Art space, Gallery Lux, AK gallery in Seoul and Busan. His work - “Like Water(series depicts an actual place and the water that flows in it, representing the cycle of people’s lives.)”, “New Fossils” and others - has been exhibited in many galleries in San Francisco, New York and Korea. Nowadays he focuses on his next project: seeking answers in various ways and places.
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