Choi Jeong Hwa

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Choi Jeong Hwa
NationalityKorean, South
EducationHongik University
Known forinstallation, public art

Choi Jeong Hwa (Korean: 최정화, born 1961 in Seoul)[1] is an artist and designer whose work moves between the disciplines of visual art, graphic design, industrial design and architecture. His inspiration comes from popular culture and day-to-day life. Large-scale outdoor sculptures crafted from diverse materials such as consumer goods, balloons, wires, as well as recycled and found objects are the hallmarks of Choi’s playful repertoire.[2]

His White Lotus, a two-meter high flower made of inflatable polystyrene, was exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2005.[3]


  1. ^ Choi Jeong Hwa Page National Gallery of Australia
  2. ^ Choi Jeong-Hwa’s Entrancing Artworks For The Digital Age (VIDEO)
  3. ^ Rugg, Judith (2010). "The Garden". Exploring Site-Specific Art: Issues of Space and Internationalism. New York: I.B.Tauris. p. 76. ISBN 978 1 84885 064 4.