Galerie Pici is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by Hajin Kang (b.1943, Korea) in Level 1 at Seoul and New York viewing corner. Born in Daegu, Korea growing up during Korean War(1950~1953) he truly experienced indigience but since the 1960s, the South Korean economy has grown enormously. He started showing his conceptual installations in 1970s he gathered abandoned wire strips then install it very organized way on the floor. Because he saw before and after of a war, he is always thinking about natural properties in his art constructions. Kang created his distinctive visual compositions on linens, experimenting with lines. Almost meditation like adding layers and layers of lines with different color sets. Because it's done in layers after layers, outcome is more like revealing what's behind. Artists been showing nationally and internationally. Work by the artist is represented in collections MMCA-National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea.