Gana Art held exhibition by Jong Tae Choi, a leading Korean contemporary sculptor. For a long time, he have explored sculptures that seek harmony between concepts, such as represent and abstract, tradition and modernity, oriental and western concepts. Choi’s works based on Korean heritage, are shown tradition by colors. Since the 2000s, Choi who began painting wood sculptures, uses traditional five colors to express traditional Korean clothes, or to remind people of Goryeo celadon. In this exhibition, there are composed of colored sculptures that he has studied for a long time, and it is expected that this exhibition will provide a great opportunity to appreciate the color of the final product. In addition, the exhibition present sculptures made in recent years and big size pastels that have not been tried before, also, miniature paintings drawn with ballpoint pens, autograph pens and pencils from 2017. The drawing in pastel contains views of the sky and the sea. those are represented only by color on a large screen, it seems to be a non-conventional painting. Also, drawings are painted with ballpoint pens and paper during the month-long hospitalization period. The drawing is divided into various themes, including the woman, face, hands and the statue of the Virgin Mary. Choi spent his life working on The themes. The exhibition will be a chance for visitors to see various new works such as "Pastel" and "drawing," which were newly explored by Choi Jong-tae.