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Jun-won Jeong (Class of 2004, Graduate School of Metalwork and Jewelry) Receives Special Prize in the Applied Arts Award in Southern Bayern, Germany

  • 15.07.29 / 박차현

Kookmin University alumnus Jun-won Jeong (Class of 2004, Graduate School of Metalwork and Jewelry) was awarded with the Special Prize (Anerkennungspreis) in the Applied Arts Award in Southern Bayern, Germany

Jun-won Jeong is currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany. He presented three variations of his work (brooch and brick using die stone, pin and box using zinc, and brooch) with the theme of ‘courage and jewelry.’ His artworks were abstract sculptures that included jewelry and these were considered to be the smallest and most sacred altar. Moreover, Jeong’s work was highly evaluated as it showed outstanding artistic achievement like other craftworks awarded in the field of glass (Neringa Vasiliauskaite), furniture (Jonas Eiling), and Jewelry (Martin Papcún).

In this event, 141 artworks of 58 young artists who studied in universities, academies, and higher educational institutions located in the southern Bayern were showcased. Award winners in the main category and special prize category were selected, including 17 artists. The 29 artworks were awarded and exhibited at the Upper District Bavaria Gallery.

Since 2010, the Upper District Bavaria Gallery has awarded young local artists who specialize in applied arts such as jewelry, objects, ceramics, wood, textile, paper, metal, stone, and synthetic resin. Through this award, artists in Bayer, Germany are encouraged to pursue their talents and crafts.

 

Jun-won Jeong (Class of 2004, Graduate School of Metalwork and Jewelry) Receives Special Prize in the Applied Arts Award in Southern Bayern, Germany

Kookmin University alumnus Jun-won Jeong (Class of 2004, Graduate School of Metalwork and Jewelry) was awarded with the Special Prize (Anerkennungspreis) in the Applied Arts Award in Southern Bayern, Germany

Jun-won Jeong is currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany. He presented three variations of his work (brooch and brick using die stone, pin and box using zinc, and brooch) with the theme of ‘courage and jewelry.’ His artworks were abstract sculptures that included jewelry and these were considered to be the smallest and most sacred altar. Moreover, Jeong’s work was highly evaluated as it showed outstanding artistic achievement like other craftworks awarded in the field of glass (Neringa Vasiliauskaite), furniture (Jonas Eiling), and Jewelry (Martin Papcún).

In this event, 141 artworks of 58 young artists who studied in universities, academies, and higher educational institutions located in the southern Bayern were showcased. Award winners in the main category and special prize category were selected, including 17 artists. The 29 artworks were awarded and exhibited at the Upper District Bavaria Gallery.

Since 2010, the Upper District Bavaria Gallery has awarded young local artists who specialize in applied arts such as jewelry, objects, ceramics, wood, textile, paper, metal, stone, and synthetic resin. Through this award, artists in Bayer, Germany are encouraged to pursue their talents and crafts.

 

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