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Jami Exhibition Plan and Gallery

South Korea

JAMI EXHIBITION PLAN, Seoul, is dedicated to exhibiting life-related art. It serves as a platform for various cultural and artistic trends. It introduces artists, brings them into contact with each other and promotes creative production.
By constantly searching for new artists, organising special exhibitions and solo shows, the gallery provides opportunities for artists to present their works both at home and abroad, and is constantly looking for ways to actively support artists and their activities in the art world.
The gallery aims to showcase the diversity of Korean artists. Since 2017, JAMI EXHIBITION PLAN has been participating in international art fairs to introduce the works of Korean artists to the world.

At Art International Zurich 2023, JAMI EXHIBITION PLAN will present new works by:
Meera Lee
Ji-Hyun Jeon
Youngryeo Jo


Meera Lee

In her series of paintings, Meera Lee explores the memories of her lost father in a beautiful, nostalgic imagery.
The viewer is immersed in the landscape that she uses as a motif, depicting the places of memory in a pleasant and beautiful way. But in the depths there is always the confrontation with real and dreamed father figures and the pain of loss.
Above all, these works express a loving attitude and the artist's hope for a beautiful and happy life for all people.



Image: Courtesy Jami Exhibition Plan
Meera Lee: Be stained with love and hard boiled / Acrylic on canvas, 65.1 x 53 cm, 2022 / Courtesy Jami Exhibition Plan

Ji-Hyun Jeon

Standing in front of the empty canvas, Ji-Hyun Jeon feels a sense of emptiness and senses the unconscious behind the white fa├žade. With the memories and thoughts that arise in her, the artist gradually fills the empty space, holding on to something in the vague and blurred space of the silhouette.
She herself is affected by many different attachments in the world. The work thus juxtaposes her time with the time of others, allowing her to encounter the stranger as she plunges into her own unconscious.
In the Invisible World series, the invisible is embodied by the visible.



Image: Courtesy Jami Exhibition Plan
Ji-Hyun Jeon: Invisible World I / Acrylic on canvas, 45.5 x 53 cm / Courtesy Jami Exhibition Plan

Youngryeo Jo

Youngryeo Jo's work focuses on horses. Feelings are often acquired through real experiences. The emotions focused on the horse, the hope, courage and energy experienced while riding, precede a quick drawing to express a momentary feeling.
Her horses are created by combining the physical properties of different materials, modelling elements, bold brush strokes and bright colours. Filling the white canvas with different meanings, the artist experiments with numerous variables.
Youngryeo Jo literally creates feelings of happiness. By drawing and creating horses, she creates an eternal dance with them for the viewer.


Image: Courtesy Jami Exhibition Plan
Youngryeo Jo: Dream together I / Acrylic on canvas, 72.7 x 60.6 cm, 2022 / Courtesy Jami Exhibition Plan