Art Projects International

SPACE, SeoulJune 1, 1995

Report from New York – Jung Hyang Kim and Jian-Jun Zhang



Jian-Jun Zhang showed several works from his “Fire and Water” series. The artist is primarily known for his installations, which tend to symbolize larger processes. In “Fog Inside” (1992), for example, there is a black metal pool filled with ink and water, which are headed from beneath so that the mixture steams. In the show at Art Projects International, he continues his interest in ink as medium symbolic of “cultural and spiritual consciousness.”

– Jonathan Goodman

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