Toh Yun Hee: In Search of the Beauty Embedded in the Mysteries and Cycles of Nature Both Finite and Infinite // Garett Marshall
In stark contrast to the turbulent and challenging times of the last century when it was not always so easy to find beauty in life, Toh Yun Hee finds herself living in a Korea far more economically prosperous and politically stable.
Fossils – reading their glorious meaning // Song Misook / Professor of Art History at Songshin University
Renowned for her refined aesthetics and outstanding orchestration of sundry materials, Toh's artistic path follows her infatuation with old things, bygone things, and bleached things, the things …
It seems that the telecommunication today has enabled man to enter into a no- madic life, making themselves free from their long settlement of inhabitancy.
An exploration of image of time and nature of life through the bilogical fossils and nucleus // Oh Se-Gwon / Art Critic
The method of expression in the contemporaty art is considerably varied. There appears so many methods as many as the individuality of each artist. The varieties of artistic works may be quie natural regarding the constant introduction of the method of efficient …
The Eternal time and the flowing time, and the unflowing self-consciousness // Kang Sung-Won / Art Critic
Despiting the values of works, there is always implied in an artistic work the idiosyncracy of the artist. It would be obscure in the sound of 'idiosyncrasy', however, there is no other word so accurately expressed than 'idiosyncarasy' in expaining the inner world of an artist in his overall artistic activity.