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Her Landscape

Why can we not see women in traditional Korean landscape paintings? 

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Cho borrowed the traditional styles of East Asian landscape paintings but changed the gender of the figures inside, denoting the fact the established East Asian art history has not represented the narrative, memories, and desires of women. By looking at the figure in the landscape, this series asks who has been the subject that experiences, creates, and possess that landscape. 

Conversation in a Cave, Oil on canvas, 76 × 76 × 3 cm, 2017

Viewing Plum Blossoms by Moonlight, Oil on canvas, 76 × 76 × 3 cm, 2018

Her Journey, Oil on silk, 25.5 × 20.5 cm, 2018

She (left corner), Oil on linen, 18 × 24 5cm, 2018

She (left), Oil on linen, 13 × 18 cm, 2018

Her Journey (right), Oil on linen, 39.5 × 30cm, 2018

Her Journey, Oil on canvas, 30.48 cm in diameter, 2018

The Old Love Story

Oil on canvas, 101.5 × 304 cm and 30.4 cm in diameter, 2018

2018_My Wretched Love Trapped in the Empty Mountain_detail, Oil on Canvas, 120 x 60 x 2 cm
2018_A Woman who Became a Plum Blossom Tree, Oil on canvas, 51 x 61.3 cm_Online.jpg

My Wretched Love Trapped in the Empty Mountain, Oil on canvas, 120 × 60 cm, 2018

A Woman who Became a Plum Blossom Tree, Oil on canvas, 51 × 61.3 cm, 2018

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