8 April 2011

New Contemporary Gallery in Grays Mews


We are pleased to announce our new permanent gallery location
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and invite you to the opening of our inaugural exhibition on 10th May:

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Y u n - K y u n g   J e o n g

Axonometric Jungle, Acrylic on fabric, 90 x 90cm

SUMARRIA LUNN is proud to present a solo exhibition of work by Yun-Kyung Jeong. Axonometry has played a part in artistic practice for centuries. In essence, it means to 'skew' perspective. Now an invaluable tool for engineers, axonometric projection involves showing an object or structure in orthographic projection; foreshortening each plane of the viewing surface so they can be observed in relation to one another. With a power to fortify our perception of the world around us, in its most basic form axonometric perspective taps into our desire to see more, touch more, experience more. While much of Yun Kyung Jeong's work draws on the application of axonometry it is this broader motivation to unveil new realms to the viewer that can be found throughout her work. These are landscapes, but in the loosest sense of the word.

Yun-Kyung Jeong - Axonometric
Private view: Tuesday 10th May / 6 – 9pm
Exhibition runs: Wednesday 11th May to Saturday 4th June / 11am - 6pm (Mon to Fri) / 12 - 5pm (Sat)
36 South Molton Lane, London W1K 5AB

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For further details please contact Will Lunn or Vishal Sumarria:
Will Lunn: 07845 594 549
Vishal Sumarria: 07956 329 675
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