Initiative Münchner Galerien zeitgenößischer Kunst


Hwang Young-Sung

Contours of Reform
27.10.2012 - 24.11.2012
Hwang Young-Sung

Curated by Sam Bardaouil & Till Fellrath

The exhibition “Contours of Reform” is the first large presentation of the work of South Korean painter Hwang Young-Sung in a German gallery.
The show documents the artist’s unusual formalist development, from classic figurative painting during his days as a student in Paris fifty years ago, to his own semi-abstract visual vocabulary. Yet, Hwang Young-Sung has always remained faithful to his motif: the illustration and questioning of family, society, and shared identity. In their concision, his works create a universal image that is always formally asking new questions and developing further.
Hwang Young-Sung (born in 1941 in Korea) lives and works in Gwangju, South Korea.

Kunstwochenende München 2012
26. – 28. Oktober 2012
Fr. 18 bis 21 Uhr
Sa. und So. 11 bis 18 Uhr


Taking place at

Galerie Tanit

Maximilianstr. 45 • 80538 M
Tel. +49 89 29 22 33 • Fax +49 89 29 57 92
Tue–Fri 11 am – 6 pm

Galerie Tanit project room 5
Maximilianstr. 45 • 5. Stock