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yeobeom yoon
updated: 07/30/2013
website: blog.naver.com / yoonyeobeom
 
   
 
 
     
 
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SOLID 1202
SOLID 1201
MATT NUDE 1201
FRAME OF HUMAN 1201
HUMAN 1121
HUMAN 1111
HUMAN 1021
HUMAN 0904
HUMAN 0902
UGLY CHARACTER 0710
UGLY CHARACTER 0708
ANGRY YELLOW (DETAIL)
ANGRY YELLOW
PUZZLE 01
FENCE
 
Portfolio Keywords:  race, conceptual, animals, science
 
 
SOLID 1202 by yeobeom yoon
SOLID 1202
pencil on paper
2012
31 " x  21.5 " 
SOLID 1201 by yeobeom yoon
SOLID 1201
pencil on paper
2012
31 " x  21.5 " 
MATT NUDE 1201 by yeobeom yoon
MATT NUDE 1201
pencil on paper
2012
42.9" x  31" 
FRAME OF HUMAN 1201 by yeobeom yoon
FRAME OF HUMAN 1201
pencil on paper
2012
42.9" x  31" 
HUMAN 1121 by yeobeom yoon
HUMAN 1121
pencil on paper
2011
42.9" x  31" 
HUMAN 1111 by yeobeom yoon
HUMAN 1111
pencil on paper
2011
42.9 " x  31 " 
HUMAN 1021 by yeobeom yoon
HUMAN 1021
pencil on paper
2010
42.9 " x  31 " 
HUMAN 0904 by yeobeom yoon
HUMAN 0904
pencil on paper
2009
42.9 " x  31 " 
HUMAN 0902 by yeobeom yoon
HUMAN 0902
pencil on paper
2009
42.9 " x  31 " 
UGLY CHARACTER 0710  by yeobeom yoon
UGLY CHARACTER 0710
pencil & oil pastel on paper
2007
42.9" x  31" 
UGLY CHARACTER 0708 by yeobeom yoon
UGLY CHARACTER 0708
pencil & oil pastel on paper
2007
42.9" x  31" 
ANGRY YELLOW (DETAIL) by yeobeom yoon
ANGRY YELLOW (DETAIL)
pencil & oil pastel on paper
2006
Dimensions variable
ANGRY YELLOW by yeobeom yoon
ANGRY YELLOW
pencil & oil pastel on paper
2006
Dimensions variable
PUZZLE 01 by yeobeom yoon
PUZZLE 01
pencil on paper
2006
16.5 " x  10.2 " 
FENCE by yeobeom yoon
FENCE
pencil on paper
2006
82.6" x  27.5" 

Artist Statement

Self-Control

   I hope that my work will contribute to my development as a mature person.

  I think that a mature person is someone who follows societys norms and order, has upright beliefs, and lives accordingly. What do we need most for these? 

  I focus on the concept of self-control.

  I conceived this theme after watching a small parade that took place in Insa-dong one day in 2006. This parade was part of a movement led by people who are considered sexual minorities. They marched in order to express their desire to have their rights to happiness protected. In other words, they wanted to ensure their human rights and to be protected from gender discrimination. A few transgender individuals and homosexuals held signs and walked around the streets of Insa-dong, creating a festival mood. Unfortunately, rain drizzled down that day, and the marchers and sign carriers looked wet and shabby. My perception changed my emotions, and that change came as a shock. I support the protection of human rights for sexual minorities, but I felt an alteration of my values that day because of their shabby images and recognized that for me, appearance was stronger than rational thought or values. I found myself feeling shock in the face of this fact and realized keenly that I needed to engage in continuous efforts to protect my beliefs.

   I have given my work the generic term,Self-Control," in an effort to continually remember my beliefs and deny external conditions that attack them.

Artist Bio / CV
Education: 

2008 M.F.A in Oriental Painting, Chugye University for the Arts

2006 B.F.A in Oriental Painting, Chugye University for the Arts