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From 2 March to 15 April 2017, New York’s Tina Kim Gallery will present their first solo exhibition of South Korean artist Chung Seoyoung. Entitled “Ability vs. Invisibility”, the show features sculpture, installation and video work from the 2000s to the present.

Chung Seoyoung (b. 1964), who has lived in Germany for many years, is a post-Dansaekhwa conceptual artist and a key figure in the next generation of Korean artists. Her work explores the arbitrary and rootless nature of things. She often uses elements of the absurd in order to create a dialogue between material objects and a sense of ambiguity...