Fantastic Surreal Landscape Art by Jung-Yeon Min

“I consider that we live nowadays in a constant exchange between the real and the virtual,” says the Jung-Yeon Min. “For me it is a kind of modern Surrealism, so if my works look like ‘traditional’ Surrealism, the idea behind it is somehow different.” Indeed, Min’s bizarre worlds bring to mind the desolate, distorted landscapes present in works like Salvador Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory and Metamorphosis of Narcissus.

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