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This painting is part of Shyun’s triptych named after three Greco-Roman goddesses, unlike her other works that are usually titled as pairs of concepts like “Vice” and “Virtue”. In a way, however, these goddesses are also vessels of virtues like beauty and justice. A vision of futurist sculpture-like feathers reaching upwards, each reveals personalities through contrast in color not only within themselves but in contrast to other pieces in the series.
Born in South Korea / Works in NY
Shyun's minimalism does the maximum in bringing out the intensity of shapes and colors. What seem like stable forms - rectangles, tubes, and lines - never sit quietly on the ground. Shyun tips these shapes on their corner, drops them over a shadow, and slices just a little of their edges like soft cheese, capturing the brief moment where the stability of geometry meets the imagination of our eyes.You'll love Shyun if: you've spent an entire Sunday morning in front of a Barnett Newman in MoMA