Los Angeles native, TOKiMONSTA(Jennifer Lee) is known for her unique take on indie electronic, r&b, dance music. She released two regular album, ‘Midnight Menu’ in 2010, ‘Half Shadows’ in 2013 until now.
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Aoife Casey is an Irish artist living and working in Seoul. Having exhibited extensively in her native Ireland and now in South Korea, she describes her greatest inspiration as the people she meets.
Artist Kwon Sun Kwan. He questions himself and the audience to present new interpretations and tries to find new ways of showing different perspectives.
She wants these photos to send a positive message, one of hope, perserverance and acceptance. She feels she has achieved that and hope that everyone continues to spread the positive message with an open heart.
‘Hanbok’ is the traditional Korean dress worn by women and men. Recently the Hanbok has been gaining widespread attention. CultureM Magazine had an interview with director Park Seon Ock who designed the Hanbok for the performance.
Being surrounded by this love of music has been a natural part of his life. As a baritone he has been sharing his love of music with everyone. He has been hosting a radio program so CultureM Magazine met with him at there.
He paints the portrait celebrities in his own way. There are so many hidden messages in his waggish art works. So his pieces aren’t anything like ‘the overlooking thing.’
. His work is done with oils on canvas and he has appeared in many international magazines. Indeed Italian "Maxim" named him one of the most talented artists in the world.
Photos by Gu Na Young Artist Gu Na Young creates forests by ink wash painting. It is an East Asian type of brush painting that uses black ink. Using this traditional method she expresses imaginary ideal landscapes that exist deep in her mind that she now wishes to go. The forests she paints are named ‘Timbuktu’ and it is where […]
In order to visualise time, Jang Kwang Bum dispenses with all the emblematic elements in vogue from antiquity to the present age: processions, ranks, successions, series, cycles, allegories, symbols and many others.