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YoungHee Woo
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • A Recluse
Oil on Canvas
18.5" x 18.5" 

    A Recluse

    Oil on Canvas
    18.5" x 18.5"
  • A Weaver
Oil on Canvas
51.5" x 64" 

    A Weaver

    Oil on Canvas
    51.5" x 64"
  • An Empty Wish
Oil on Canvas
51.5" x 64" 

    An Empty Wish

    Oil on Canvas
    51.5" x 64"
  • Champion
Oil on Canvas
35.5" x 29" 

    Champion

    Oil on Canvas
    35.5" x 29"
  • Desire of Renaturation
Oil on Canvas
15" x 15" 

    Desire of Renaturation

    Oil on Canvas
    15" x 15"
  • Fatal Fool
Oil on Canvas
64" x 51.5" 

    Fatal Fool

    Oil on Canvas
    64" x 51.5"
  • In Fact, a Monodrama
Oil on Canvas
24" x 24" 

    In Fact, a Monodrama

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 24"
  • Jupiter
Oil on Canvas
9.5" x 9.5" 

    Jupiter

    Oil on Canvas
    9.5" x 9.5"
  • Mercury
Oil on Canvas
9.5" x 9.5" 

    Mercury

    Oil on Canvas
    9.5" x 9.5"
  • Polaris
Oil on Canvas
9.5" x 9.5" 

    Polaris

    Oil on Canvas
    9.5" x 9.5"
  • Retracing The Childhood
Oil on Canvas
18" x 18" 

    Retracing The Childhood

    Oil on Canvas
    18" x 18"
  • The Dream
Oil on Canvas
18" x 18" 

    The Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    18" x 18"
  • The Irresistible
Oil on Canvas
36" x 46" 

    The Irresistible

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 46"
  • Venus
Oil on Canvas
9.5" x 9.5" 

    Venus

    Oil on Canvas
    9.5" x 9.5"
  • We Shall Walk This Path
Oil on Canvas
25" x 71" 

    We Shall Walk This Path

    Oil on Canvas
    25" x 71"
  • Who Am I
Oil on Canvas
64" x 52" 

    Who Am I

    Oil on Canvas
    64" x 52"
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YoungHee Woo

Korean artist YoungHee Woo confronts the ultimate destination in a new series of oil paintings. Wrestling with themes of existence, atrophy and mortality, Woo uses a limited color palate to explore the possibility of a life after death. In A Recluse and Champion, the artist reimagines life as a chess board, leaving her ghostly figures to wander blindly through this new plane of existence. What could be a grim portrait of death becomes a playful meditation on the mysteries of the unknown. Woo adds a lightness to the work, rendering her figures with a sense of confidence and bewilderment. Each piece builds a complex narrative with eerie settings that feel fresh out of a Tim Burton film, a stage where each character must come face-to-face with the sum of their existence and the beginning of what could be a new chapter. 

The artist reminds us of the sacredness of life and the existential questions we all face as we get closer to the end than the beginning. YoungHee Woo currently lives and works in Kyungsangnamdo, South Korea.




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