(1919 - 1988)
Insik Quac was active/lived in South Korea. Insik Quac is known for Painting.
As one of the pre-war generation of Korean abstract painters, Quac InSik (1919–1988) established a foundation for Dansaekhwa, or Korean monochrome art, movement. Born in Daegu, South Korea, Quac graduated from Nihon University, College of Art in Tokyo, and developed his career as an artist mainly in Japan. Quac has also shown his vigorous engagement in the international art scene of his time: the events he participated in include the São Paulo Biennial in 1969 and the Sydney Biennial in 1976.
Throughout his subjects, which range from his earlier three-dimensional works to Plane, Paper series during the late 1970s and 1980s, his central goal was to deconstruct the boundaries between surface and structure, the external and the internal, and ... Displaying 750 of 2077 characters.