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Looking for a Korean contemporary artist “Tae Hun-Son Oe Kyung” (Tae Hun-Son Wae Kyung)…

I have been looking for the whereabouts of this artist for four years now.
In December 2017, I went to the art competition Salon des Beaux Arts 2017 (Salon of the Beaux Arts 2017) in Paris.
Organized by a French art organization with over 150 years of history, the Salon is a descendant of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture, founded in 1648, and is the only organization sponsored by a French president.
The event took place at the “Carrousel du Louvre” (Le Carrousel du Louvre), located in the basement of the Louvre Museum.
There, he met the Korean contemporary artist Tae Hun-Son Oe Kyung (Tae Hun-Son Wae Kyung).
The result of the wonderful series of pointillism works “From the point 2017” (Oil on canvas 130 x 130cm) is too good to be true. You can’t tell from the photo, but the power of the real thing is overwhelming.
I talked to him and he told me that he draws for 10 hours every day after meditating for 5 hours. He told me that he continues to do this for three months to complete a painting. How stoic and awesome! Fine dots are expressed in oil. Looking at them, you can go to the end of the distant universe.
Tae Hong Son said that when he returns home, he would like to leave Korea and enter a Buddhist university in Myanmar to study.
And she won the Gold Medal (Medaille d’Or) for this art event! Paris, you have an eye for the quintessential.
↓Article at the time
Contemporary Artist TaeHue Son Oe-kyung Gripped the International Stage
After returning to Japan, I emailed Tae Hong Son Wae Kyung through her friend Ji Young who understands Korean to see if she could hold a solo exhibition at my gallery in Los Angeles, but received no reply. Tae Hong Son has no means of communication.
A search of Tae Hong Son’s name brings up the following gallery, but the 2017 work is not for sale.
Gallery Godo
I really want to know the whereabouts of Tae Hong Son. If anyone knows, please let me know, even if it’s just a clue.
Maybe we still have to go to Tibet.