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September 8, 2015

By Belinda Chun

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Rising Star – George Jae-Hyun Cho Show “Jesa”

Ceremonial Bowls 13, George Cho

Gallery House artist, George Jae-Hyun Cho a rising star is quickly being snatched up by Canadian collectors.  With prices ranging from the $850 – 3000+ level his works are affordable and beautifully executed.  Having visited Jingdezhen, China following many years of academic studies from University of British Columbia, Sheridan College, followed by the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD University), where Cho received his BFA in ceramics.

Jingdezhen is situated in a mountainous area and is regarded in the world as the “porcelain city” since the Song dynasty– it has a long history of over 1700 years of porcelain making. There Cho further honed his skills and incorporated the “white gold” clay that is found in Jingdezhen into some of his works featured in the “Jesa” solo exhibition.

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July 27, 2015

By Belinda Chun

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George Jae Hyun Cho – Artist Bio

Originally from Seoul, Korea, George Jae-Hyun Cho earned his BFA in Ceramics from NSCAD University and a Diploma in Ceramics from Sheridan College. He was awarded the NSCAD-Lunenburg Community Studio Residency position in 2010 and was accepted into Harbourfront Centre’s Artist-in-Residence. Upon completing the contract with Harbourfront, he will be pursuing an MFA in Ceramics at West Virginia University beginning this September in Jingdezhen, China.

The displacement of familiarity brings forth transformations out of necessity, insecurity, or sentimentality. While universal experiences can take a unique personal manifestation, Cho was marked by adopting a new culture, where he searches for  self-identity directed by the medium of ceramics.

Through cultural understanding and adaptation, Cho seeks to find harmony within his personal and artistic struggles to transcend tradition but to also rediscover the spirit of tradition. Challenging the notion of utility and the virtue of classical beauty, the presence and absence of the metaphysical qualities of pottery are explored through deconstruction of ideas and forms. Currently, Cho’s work brings simple utilitarian objects to mimic iconic pottery forms and explore the notion of the ordinary into something unique and virtuous. With this new series of work, Cho continue to investigate the intersection between art and craft, everyday objects and the spectacle.

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Born 1981, Seoul Korea


2015-2018 West Virginia University; M.F.A. Candidate in Ceramics
2008-2010 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design; B.F.A. in Ceramics
2005-2008 Sheridan Institute of Technology &Advanced Learning; Adv. Dipl. in Ceramics


Gallery House, Toronto Canada (Solo)

12 Trees: 30 under 30; Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts; Toronto, Canada (Group)
Site Installation; Queen Specific Gallery; Toronto, Canada (Group)
Making Arrangement; Harbourfront Centre; Toronto, Canada (Group)
Materialize; Craft Ontario Gallery; Toronto, Canada (Group)
LOCALE; Artport Gallery; Harbourfront Centre; Toronto, Canada (Group)
Studious; Main Gallery, Harbourfront Centre; Toronto, Canada (Group)

Artists Without Borders; Mu Fei Gallery; Jingdezhen, China (Group)
Chronos; Missisauga Living Arts Centre Gallery; Mississauga, Canada (Group)


Tucker’s Pottery Award of Merit, Mississauga Potter’s Guild
Access and Career Development Grant; Ontario Arts Council

Spectrum Award; Toronto Potters Guild
Craft Community of Canada Award; NSCAD Nomination

March 9, 2012

By Belinda Chun

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Corey Helford Gallery and D-Face in NYC

In New York for the Armory and Scope Art Fairs and met up with Dean aka D Face –the London grafitti artist.  He is represented at Corey Helford Gallery in California and they coordinated several areas around NY to showcase his talent do visit the sites while they are up. Enjoy!



July 7, 2011

By Belinda Chun

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Street Art – Manhattan



Above street art in Manhattan, NY–first image from Sheppard Fairey around Grand Street.

April 25, 2011

By Belinda Chun

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Denis Gagnon

While on a trip into Montreal to visit dealers, I happened across Denis Gagnon’s new boutique in Old Montreal (170B Saint-Paul West). Gagnon is renowned for his couture approach to leather and strings — beautifully designed, executed and flawlessly sexy.  I had the pleasure of meeting him in person he is gentle, kind and a flutter with creativity.