Korea, South, 1975
Oil and acrylic on resin
76 x 36 x 31 cm
Edition 2 of 3
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It is a representation of reverie. People dream about things they do not possess. Today’s society exacerbates this feeling through the media. These possessions are not only physical, because the yearning for celebrity, the rise to power in its own class, a perfect love like the one that echoes the magazines ‘people’. Everyone aspires to a life so extraordinary, the dream is more important and the person is a slave to his dream. Although it is an edition of three sculptures, it is important to remember the uniqueness of each piece with details such as eyes (each eye is different). The very notion of publishing as it exists for photographic prints or other print does not apply in respect of the sculptures of Choi Xoo Ang.
Galerie Albert Benamou, Paris
Private collection, Switzerland
Art Plural Gallery, Singapore
Private collection, Singapore
Art Plural Gallery, Regards Croisés: A Selection of Asian Contemporary Art, 7 October - 10 December 2011
Art Plural Gallery, Regards Croisés: A Selection of Asian Contemporary Art, October 2011, p. 9
Choi Xoo Ang shows us the realism of the human emotion frozen in an instant. The flow of life through polymer clay figures breathes the difficult reality we face today if Man does not confront the outer world. Choi personifies ... see the artist page