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The exhibition at the Fondation Baur closed on 30 June.

I would like to extend my warmest thanks to everyone who has followed my work, visited the exhibition, sent me messages of support, or purchased works.

I look forward to seeing you at the end of the year in
Strasbourg and Grenoble
for my next exhibitions.

I will put here in the course of Autumn
information about these two forthcoming exhibitions


In the meantime, I wish you a wonderful summer!

 

About my exhibition at the Fondation Baur, Geneva

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Some viewpoints from the exhibition

The exhibition presentation by Ms. Laure Schwartz, curator of the museum

On the occasion of the exhibition, a book is published by 5 Continents editions (English/French) in which 30 pages are dedicated to me, presenting the works displayed at the museum. Available at the museum, at your favorite bookstores (preferably if you do not visit the museum), or on online sales platforms

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Discover a selection of views of the 3 exhibition spaces

and a selection of 8 paintings from the 80 works on display

Discover below a guided tour of the exhibition

by the Museum's curator, Fabienne Pluchart.

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In the meantime, I invite you to watch or rewatch the report on me on the Swiss TV channel RTS 1 "Passe-moi les jumelles" programme

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on sale in bookshops and on the internet

"des rives et des crêtes" 

a Korean artist in the Lake Geneva Alps

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Le Cervin / Matterhorn

100 x 70 cm - Ink and Indian Ink - 2019

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 "Inspired by the alpine relief of Lake Geneva, South Korean artist Ji-Young Demol Park paints the contrasts and panoramas of the lake. 

This series of paintings in Indian ink and watercolour conveys, more than it represents, the serenity and fascination that the subtle balance of water, mountains and sky exerts on the viewer. 

A contemplative and sensory work with a rare aesthetic." 

Pablo Thuler - Revue "Aimer lire"  des Librairies Payot - Suisse

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