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How Would You Rate Ha Jung Woo′s Paintings?

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2012.04.17 18:04 CJ E&M enewsWorld Choi, EunHwa Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

Actor Ha Jung Woo will meet will the audience as an artist.

Ha will host an art exhibition at the H-Art Gallery in Seoul from April 17-August 16.

Ha is a new artist who has attracted the art industry’s attention with his modern expressionist style and pop art. Using strong colors and distinctive compositions, Ha simplified all the subjects in his paintings to their basic structure and tried to promote the general public′s ubiquitous awareness and understanding.

How Would You Rate Ha Jung Woo′s Paintings?

If Ha had wittily represented modern man and his own emotions through his minimalist "Pierrot" series up until now, Ha’s ‘Pierrot’s Unfinished Story’ will further reveal his picture world in the upcoming private exhibition. Ha was able to freely portray his stories on the canvas that he wasn’t able to show on the screen as an actor. As such, the audience will get a wonderful opportunity to experience Ha’s honest gaze and witty energy through the exhibition.

In addition, Ha has already appeared in The War Against Crime and Love Fiction in the first half of this year. However, even his hectic schedule couldn’t keep him away from domestic and foreign art fairs, as well as various exhibitions.

While the actor was finishing his film productions, his art was also being completed at the same time. Looking at his current activities, it is quite clear that art is no longer another hobby, but has become one of Ha’s means of survival, enabling him to rediscover his natural self.

Ha said, “A picture should be fun just like a movie. I hope people will find the fun and humor in my paintings.”

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