On March 31, in collaboration with Galleri Charlotte Lund, we enjoyed the exhibition B-Camera by Yeondoo Jung - an artist internationally recognized as one of the leading Korean contemporary photo and video artists. And what a perfect day for our March session!  We couldn't have had a more beautiful spring morning weather than we had. Big thanks to everyone that came by and enjoyed some ‪#‎artforbreakfast‬ with us! 

And special thanks to Galleri Charlotte Lund for hosting the session, and to NOA Relaxation for sponsoring the breakfast!

Photo: Elin Torstensson


Yeondoo Jungʼs series B–Camera reconstitutes specific scenes from movies in the artistʼs memory. The artist chooses well-known movies that cross physical and symbolic boundaries of race, culture, and national identity. He also chooses the filmʼs title as the name of his artwork. The audience experiences at the same time their own memories of the movie and the layers of the artwork itself. The nature of the work emphasizes the blurred lines between current phenomenological reality and cinematic fantasy. It is composed as a diptych of photographic works. One part is a layered work of cutout photographs where each element is shot and produced individually. The second is shot from a side angle as if captured in the making of the first layered image. Together these images represent a cinematic spectacle as constructed by the artist. The clearly fabricated three dimensional image represents on one hand fantasy, while the flat photograph gives a sense of location and awareness. 
Kim JungYeon, Kukje Gallery

  Yeondoo Jung, Playtime,  2015

Yeondoo Jung, Playtime,  2015


Yeondoo Jung, born 1969 in Jinju, Korea, lives and works in Seoul, Korea. Educated at College of Fine Arts, Seoul; Central Saint Martin College of Art, London and Goldsmiths College, London. Yeondoo Jung is represented by Kukje Gallery, Seoul and Tina Kim Gallery, New York. His work is represented in collections such as MoMA,The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Art Sonje Center, Seoul; Essl Museum, Vienna; Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio de Modena Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka; National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon; Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, Kansas. In 2011 Yeondoo Jung was included in our exhibition 38°N Snow South: Korean Contemporary Art, curated by Miyoung von Platen.


Galleri Charlotte Lund is in operation since 1993 and run by owner and director Charlotte Lund and assistant director Anna-Karin Hedberg. The gallery is located in a 200 m2 open space on the top-floor of an industrial building, situated in the gallery district of Stockholm.