Korean Artist Project

Interview with Jeonghwa CHOI

posted 07 June 2017


Choi's work can be looked upon as both easy and difficult; this is not just because his artistic resources such as familiar flowers, robots, and baskets are too banal and sometimes unpredictably vulgar. Instead, the idealistic messages imbedded in his artwork are allegedly too simple and straightforward for the audience to accept at face value.  Particularly, the too-good-to be-true message behind the cynical appearance of his artworks discourages his audiences from perceiving exactly what Choi's work aspires to communicate.

Written by Bo Seul Shin

Korean Artist Project


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