Lee Geum-young South Korean, b. 1973
Ceramic artist and art teacher, Lee had her first solo exhibition ‘White-slip Minwha’ in 2020. Minwha is the style of Korean folk art painting that were made by anonymous painters from 17th century and became part of the peoples’ arts movement of the late Joseon dynasty in Korea. Minwha is loved for the colourful portrayal of everyday subject matter and flowers. Lee, paints on a stoneware ‘canvas’ that she creates by hand, applying white-slip then scratching this surface off, revealing her Minwha.
CollectSOMERSET HOUSE, STRAND, LONDON WC2R 1LA 1 - 5 Mar 2023For Collect 2023, we will focus on the new generation of ceramic artists and introduce two European- based Korean artists, exhibiting in London for the first time. Yusun Won, living...Read more
Artefact 202210 - 15 May 2022We are pleased to return to the ARTEFACT, a curated, boutique art fair for contemporary craft at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour in London (10 – 15 May 2022). Lloyd...Read more
COLLECT 2022Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA 23 - 27 Feb 2022Lloyd Choi Gallery is thrilled to return to Collect at Somerset House. Alongside exciting new works by thirteen established Korean artists, Lloyd Choi Gallery is thrilled to present two new...Read more
Artefact 2021Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 0XE 22 - 29 Jun 2021Lloyd Choi Gallery is thrilled to announce our participation at ARTEFACT, a new contemporary craft fair launching this summer at Design Centre , Chelsea Harbour. The gallery will present eight...Read more
Jeju Island 'POP-UP' ; Material Dialogue32 Shindaero, Jeju Island, South Korea 27 Feb - 15 Mar 2021In association with Gallery O-NEUL, a Korean gallery on Jeju island in South Korea to organize a physical presentation for Collect international audience to visit digitally. Material Dialogue explores the...Read more
COLLECT 2021ONLINE 24 Feb - 2 Mar 2021For Collect 2021, Lloyd Choi Gallery will present eleven Korean master craftsmen and established artists who are working with ceramics, metal, mother of pearl, natural lacquer, silver and textiles including...Read more