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    Mother, 1985
    woodcut print
    17 × 25 cm

    title unknown, c.1980s
    woodcut print
    29 × 26 cm

    title unknown, c.1980s
    woodcut print
    25 × 36 cm

    Demolition, c.1980s
    woodcut print
    42 × 28 cm

    Friends, 1983
    woodcut print
    42 × 28 cm
    Private collection

     

    Ju-hyung Kim (b. 1958, Seoul, Korea) received a BFA in painting from Hongik University, Seoul. He founded the Minjung art community Dureong alongside Bong-jun Kim, Ki-young Lee, and Jin-young Jang. He was sentenced to eighteen months in prison in 1982, for violating the martial law, and served his time. After his solo exhibition Digital Woodcut (Insa 346 Gallery, Seoul, 2002), he joined Korea International Cooperation Agencyas an overseas service volunteer and got dispatched to Uzbekistan for two years. He returned to Chungcheong province and is currently engaged in farming.