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    Black Smoke, 1986
    woodcut print
    77.5 × 48.5 cm

    Work Site 1, 1988
    woodcut print
    38 × 80 cm

    Work Site 2, 1988
    woodcut print
    38 × 70 cm

    Brothers 3, 1988
    woodcut print
    49 × 83.5 cm

    Although the Neon Flowers Still Bloom Night After Night, 1989
    woodcut print
    38 × 75 cm
    Courtesy of the artist

     

    Won-chul Jung (b. 1960, Korea) received a BFA in western painting from Hongik University, Seoul, and a Diploma in Fine Arts from the University of Kassel, Germany. His solo exhibitions include A Story That Cannot Be Set Aside (Dongsanbang Gallery, Seoul, 2001), and Aphorism between nouns and verbs (17717, Seoul, 2015). He also participated in group exhibitions including The Great Labor (Seoul Olympic Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016), and Do Print! 60 Years of Korean Contemporary Printmaking (GMoMA, Ansan, Korea, 2018). In addition to the exhibitions in and outside Korea, he has engaged in public art projects such as Ask the Forest, Engrave on the Forest (2018), part of the Twelve Springs Road project to create a forest for the Gyeonggi Bay Eco-Museum.