Young Korean artist Yim Tae Kyu started his "marginal man" series in 2002 as solitary melancholic figures. They have evolved into a more optimistic and colorful series based on childhood imagery. "I first started with black and white works, looking at people alienated from society. But I then began to see that these people have dreams, hopes, aspirations. I felt marginalized because I was an artist, but I also started to have my own dreams; that's when I started using color," said Yim, who now lives between Seoul and Beijing. His latest show, ‘Erehwon: New Paintings and Sculptures by Yim Tae Kyu,’ has just open at Art Season, and there is also a giant canvas of his at Art Stage.