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Ki-Soo Kwon

 (born 1972)
Ki-Soo Kwon is active/lives in South Korea, Asia.  KiSoo Kwon is known for paintings.

Ki-Soo Kwon

Although Kwon Ki-Soo's works are often categorized as Pop Art for their exuberant colors, simplified flower patterns and a cartoonish character, his art creation is deeply rooted in East Asian literati tradition.  As his 2009 Would you wait for Green? and 2011 Sky High to the Blue exemplify, Kwon's works are well known for the patterns extracted from the Four Gracious Plants, long-lasting themes in traditional Asian painting, and his trademark charming smiling character, Dongguri, reminiscent of Taoist hermit.  In Would you wait for Green?, the Dongguri is joyfully standing alone on the Earth, where plum flowers and bamboo trees, which symbolize unyieldingly noble beliefs and principles in the traditional pain  ...  Displaying 750 of 1671 characters.

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About  Ki-Soo Kwon

Born:  1972 - Young-ju, Korea
Known for:  paintings