CHUN KWAN YOUNG

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    Chun Kwang Young (Korean, b.1944) is a sculptor known for his constructions made out of Korean mulberry paper. He received his BFA from Hong-Ik University in Seoul in 1968, and his MFA from Philadelphia College of Art in 1971. Early in his career, Chun focused on painting, deeply influenced by Abstract Expressionism, before switching to the creation of large-scale sculptures in the mid-1990s.

     

    In his Aggregations, the artist creates structures made of hundreds of three-dimensional Styrofoam triangles wrapped in handmade, text-covered mulberry paper, and each piece is tied together with threads of the paper.

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