How a Red Painting by Kim Guiline 김기린 Actually Looks — Come to That, How Red Itself Does

Kim Guiline, Selected Works: 1967-2008 (New York: Lehmann Maupin, 2017), pp. 6-11

10 Pages Posted: 6 Jan 2020

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Adrian Kohn

Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Date Written: 2017

Abstract

All I’m saying is that for me, knowing little or frankly closer to zilch about their artworld context, their maker’s life, their maker’s political and literary and philosophical interests...(usually you’ll hear at length on each when writers turn paint into text), the thing about Kim Guiline’s works is how, for once, I can truly have a look at them.

Keywords: Kim Guiline, Guiline Kim, 김기린, Dansaekhwa, Tansaekhwa, 단색화, red, 빨강, 빨간, Adrian Kohn

Suggested Citation

Kohn, Adrian, How a Red Painting by Kim Guiline 김기린 Actually Looks — Come to That, How Red Itself Does (2017). Kim Guiline, Selected Works: 1967-2008 (New York: Lehmann Maupin, 2017), pp. 6-11, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2982175

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