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RohwaJeong is an artist duo composed of Yunhee Noh and Hyunseok Jeong, who produce and present works together through collaboration. RohwaJeong is a hypothetical personality created by the two artists, and at the same time, consistently builds up a unique identity as an artist. RohwaJeong presents a wide range of oeuvres under the broad theme, ‘relationship.’ Based on a fluid and experimental attitude, the duo endlessly experiments with new pursuits by traversing through various media and methods. RohwaJeong’s works begin from the relationship between the two artists, and develop as they widen their point of view to the relationship between the individual and society, education, community, etc. The intricate negotiation and containment, criticism, and compromise between the two artists are inevitable tasks that RohwaJeong faces while composing and expressing their works. The duo exceptionally presents the personal yet universal, private yet objective narratives extracted from these tasks as sufficient and creative outcomes.

Folding Screen (2018), presented in this exhibition, is an installation that refers to the form of a traditional folding screen. The different shaped and sized frames are connected to each other with hinges, and support one another to stand upright. Working the eyes from the left to right, the audience reaches the surface of the mirror placed last on the right side. On the surface of the mirror, the audience faces a silkscreened repeat sign. It is the artist’s witty implication for the folding screen structure that can be folded into one, as if directing the eyes back to the beginning. The planes composed of various materials such as silkscreen mesh, birch tree panels, mirrors, etc. project and reflect the inside and outside of the frames through different transparency and reflectance. The relationship between the space where the work is placed and the audience changes from moment to moment depending on the location of the viewpoint. To establish a link with the participating artists who recognize the motif of reality in their works through different methods, it could allude to the temporary gathering of different artists who each maintain their own perspective in this exhibition.

Yunhee Noh and Hyunseok Jeong were both born in Seoul, 1981. They both entered College of Arts, Kookmin University, and each received their Bachelor’s degrees in Fine Arts in 2005 and 2006, consecutively. They have held solo exhibitions at institutions such as Ssamzie Space (Seoul), Amado Art Space/Lab (Seoul), Space Willing N Dealing (Seoul), Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral (Bad Ems, Germany), and many more. They also participated in numerous group exhibitions internationally at prominent institutions such as National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Gwacheon, Korea), Seoul Museum of Art (Buk-Seoul) (Seoul), Art Sonje Center (Seoul), Art Museum (Remagen, Germany), and many more. They recently presented their works at the 12th Gwangju Biennale: Imagined Borders (2018) and received appraisal. They have been a part of residencies such as Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris), MMCA Residency Goyang (Goyang, Korea), SeMA Nanji Residency (Seoul), Helsinki International Artist Programme (Helsinki), and more. Their works are a part of public collections such as Art Bank, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Gwacheon, Korea) and Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul). They are currently living and working in Seoul. 



1981 Born in Seoul

2005 Yunhee Noh, B.F.A. School of Fine Arts, College of Arts, Kookmin University, Seoul
2006 Hyunseok Jeong, B.F.A. School of Fine Arts, College of Arts, Kookmin University, Seoul
Live and Work in Seoul

Solo Exhibitions

2018 Sunday is Monday, Monday is Sunday, Space Willing N Dealing, Seoul
2016 Fringed with Joy, Amado Art Space/Lab, Seoul
2015 Live and let live, Space bm, Seoul
2014 Within Arm’s Length, Gallery Factory, Seoul
        Return Trip, Galerie Dohyanglee, Paris
2010 Invitational Exhibition, Seoul Art Space Seogyo, Seoul
2009 RohwaJeong Solo Exhibition and Summer Festival, Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems, Germany 
2008 The Detachable Pullout Supplement, Gallery Light-Box, Seoul
       Single Room for 2 People (Emerging 8), Ssamzie Space, Seoul
2007 The key in a suitcase, Jinheung Art Hall, Seoul 

2015 Crossing (World Script Symposia), Seoul 
2014 Sound of Secret (Royal Culture Festival), Changdeokgung, Seoul
2013 Flow District, Seoul Square Media Facade, Seoul

2017 Helsinki International Artist Programme, Helsinki
2015 SeMA Nanji Residency, Seoul
2013 SFAC Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul
2012 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
2010 Schloss Plüschow, Plüschow, Germany
2009 Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems, Germany 
2008 MMCA Residency Goyang, Goyang, Korea

Public Collections
Art Bank, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul

Group Exhibitions

2018 Motif, Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul
    12th Gwangju Biennale: Imagined Borders, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea
    The Time of Apples (Le Temps Des Pomme), Été 78, Ixelles, Belgium
    Still Life, Galerie Dohyanglee, Paris
2017 Lesson 0, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
        Typocraft Helsinki to Kyoto, Sonenan, Kyoto, Japan     
    things of FACTORY, Gallery Factory, Seoul
2016 Typocraft Helsinki to Seoul, Gallery Factory, Seoul
    Preparing the Next Piece, Nook Gallery, Seoul
    Experimental Art Project: The Moon, Round Like a Little Plate, Daegu Art Factory, Daegu, Korea
        Neo-Eden, Suzhou Jinji Lake Art Museum, Suzhou, China
        The Thing That You Know, I Do Not Want To Know, La Compagnie, Marseille, France
        MOUSAÏ – MUSES, Galerie Dohyanglee, Paris
        Experiment Expression, Seoul Museum of Art (Buk-Seoul), Seoul
2015 Neutral Era, Artspace Boan 1942, Seoul
        On the Way to Red, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing
        Replaying the Scene, SeMA Nanji Exhibition hall, Seoul
        Klingsor’s Last Summer, HITE Collection, Seoul
        Speculative Dust, Conner Art Space, Seoul
        The Idea of North: Schizo-Geography, Amado Art Space/Lab, Seoul
        Exhibition For 9: Help Wanted, Gallery Bundo, Daegu, Korea
2014 Open Lab, KRISS, Daejeon, Korea
        Confession of a mask, Seoul National University Museum of Art, Seoul
        6-8, Art Sonje Center, Seoul
        When the Future Ended, HITE Collection, Seoul
2013 No One River Flows, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei
        Life is Very Beautiful, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea
        Let’s Remain Courteous, HITE Collection, Seoul
    EX, L'espace des Arts sans Frontière, Paris, France
2012 Work Out, Schloss Plüschow, Plüschow, Germany
        Clothes, Ewha Art Center, Seoul
        Open Sea – DINGOS, Dongduk Art Center, Seoul
2011 Being with you – DINGOS, Gallery B.Hive, Seoul 
    The Day Without Hands – DINGOS, Ryu Hwarang, Seoul
2010 Zeitgleich, Werkstatt Galerie 20, Berlin
    Extended Senses, Songwon Art Center, Seoul
    Incheon International Digital Art Festival, Song-do Tomorrow City, Incheon, Korea
    Balmoral Blend, Arp Museum, Remagen, Germany
    Close Encounter, Jeju Museum of Art, Jeju, Korea
    Munjibang, Dibang, Seoul
    DECENTERED, Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju. Korea; Busan Museum of Art, Busan, Korea
2009 DECENTERED, Arko Art Center, Seoul
    Hong Belt Festival ‘Title Match’, Gallery King, Seoul
    Home & Away, MMCA Residency Goyang, Goyang, Korea
2008 Intro, MMCA Residency Goyang, Goyang, Korea
        Ssamzie Space 1998-2008, Ssamzie Space, Seoul
        Fashion Show, Moran Museum, Namyangju, Korea
        Medium, Hongik Museum of Art, Seoul
571h 36m 02s


Pencil drawing on canvas, pencil, eraser, walnut


Folding Screen


Aluminium frames, colored MDF, Mansonia wood, Birch plywood, mirror, hinges, silk screen mesh, screen printing

Dimensions variable



Aluminum mosquito net, thread

57 x 64 x 37 cm



Acrylic on wood

53 x 84 x 4 cm ~ 54 x 2 x 41.5 cm



Screen printing on canvas

171 x 80 cm



Screen printing on canvas

170 x 180 cm

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