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New Exhibit at Bruno Art Gallery: Turning Ordinary Life into Colourful Art

This October, Kim Kyung-Min is set to wow patrons of Bruno Gallery in Singapore with her eye-catching sculptures.

 

1. Made In Seoul

Born in Ulsan City, Kim Kyung-Min studied and majored in sculptures at the Sungshin Women’s University. Upon completing her Masters in Fine Arts and Ph.D at Sungshin University and Honghik University, respectively, Kim went on to become a celebrated sculptor and visual artist in Korea. She currently teaches at Kangwon University and is a member of multiple arts and sculptors associations in Korea.

 

2. Real-Life Muse

The wife and mother of three draws inspiration from daily life for her pieces. Be it an outing as a family, bath time with the kids or even people from different walks of life, each person and moment is carefully sculpted into three-dimensional art pieces. Her work attests to her own pursuit of happiness and how she attains it from the little joys of life, such as spending time with loved ones, getting a good deal at the market or even by achieving work-life balance.

 

3. A Public Display

Many of her larger-than life sculptures have been erected around South Korea, in busy areas such as Seoul City Hall, the Goyang Bus Terminal and more. Additionally, Kim has had 15 solo exhibitions and has participated in eight international exhibitions, including the Sarajevo Wintier Art Festival, Hong Kong Art Fair, and the Venice Art Fair.

 

4. Her Singapore Debut

This October, Bruno Gallery will showcase a selection of Kim’s sculptures at its Tanglin Road gallery. Speak to the friendly staff at the gallery if you’d like to purchase any of her vivid pieces.

 

Bruno Gallery
91 Tanglin Road, 01-03 Tanglin Place, Singapore 247918
Tel: 6733 0283

Bruno Gallery showcases art works from Israeli, American and European artists and presents exciting opportunities for collectors. The gallery belongs to the Bruno Art Group, which owns galleries in Israel, USA and Turks & Caicos.

 

Email: singapore@brunoartgroup.com 

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