Min in Wonderland

Gare de Madrid - 2010; Acrylic on canvasSurrealism was an epoch making new style back in the in the early 1920s, being characterized by the dreamlike landscapes and unrealistic compositions of it´s works. But this art style is still alive, evolved and re-interpreted by many talented artists around the world. Like Korean-born Jung Yean Min who was mainly inspired by Hieronymus Bosch.
Her work aims to be disturbing by integrating a familiar world with a strange one and the other way round. Abandoning time and reality her bizarre landscapes in often quite vulnerable colors offer us am end-of-the-world scenery that we could call magic realism if we don´t like to use the word Surrealism.

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