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Title: Tree
Year: 2014
Artist: Young Baeg Kim, MD
I wanted to make a clothes hanger with a juniper tree that has been withered in the shade. I imagined a Christmas tree-shaped hanger using a pepper bouquet on the field after the harvest as well. Although the stems of the pepper tree are fragile and skinny, the bleached white color and the sharpness gives out a sense of strength. Both trees lost their leaves but still tell us an abundant story.
Young-Baeg Kim, MD

Professor Emeritus of Department of Neurosurgery, Chung-Ang University
Chair of Health Insurance Review and Assessment Research Institute, Incheon
Professor of Department of Neurosurgery, Chung-Ang University (1997-2019)
Member of National Academy of Medicine of Korea (2012- present)
President of Korean Geriatric Neurosurgical Society of Korea (2014-2015)
President of Korean Neurosurgical Spine Society (2010-2011)
President, Korean Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery (2011-2013)
Woodwrorking Artist

1. Selection of Dr. Joo Han Kim

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040110-055.pdf

Introduction

Title: The girls of Avignon
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1907

This painting, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, was painted in 1907 and is the most famous example of cubism painting. In this painting, Picasso abandoned all known form and representation of traditional art. He used distortion of female's body and geometric forms in an innovative way, which challenge the expectation that paintings will offer idealized representations of female beauty. It also shows the influence of African art on Picasso.
This painting is a large work and took nine months to complete. It demonstrates the true genius and novelty of Picasso's passion. He created hundreds of sketches and studies to prepare for the final work. Some critics argue that the painting was a reaction to Henri Matisse's Le bonheur de vivre and Blue Nude.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/avignon.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

2. Selection of Dr. Don Young Park

Smartphone-based self-assessment of objective functional impairment (6-minute walking test) in patients undergoing epidural steroid injection

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040066-033.pdf

Title: Guernica
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1937

Guernica was Picasso's response to the bombing of the Basque town of the same name on April 26, 1937 during the Spanish Civil War. Picasso was commissioned by the republican government of Spain to produce a mural painting for the Spanish Pavilion at the World Fair in Paris. Painted in one month - from May to June 1937 - Guernica became the centerpiece of the Spanish pavilion and a sensation at the Fair, but it was consequently banned from exhibition in Spain until military dictator Franco fell from power in 1975.

More information: https://www.wikiart.org/en/pablo-picasso/guernica-1937

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

3. Selection of Dr. Paul Park

The Navigated Oblique Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Accuracy Rate, Effect on Surgical Time, and Complication

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040518-059.pdf

Title: Bullfight III
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1960

The drawings depict different moments and protagonists of the bullfight, from the banderilleros trying to spear the bull with their banderillas (decorated barbed darts), to the horse-riding picadores attacking the bull with a long spear to weaken it, and the matador, the star bullfighter who engages in the ultimate death of the bull.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/bullfight-3.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

4. Selection of Dr. Oliver Hausmann

Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy: A Seven-Letter Coding System That Supports Decision Making for the Surgical Approach

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040100-050.pdf

Title: Two Brothers
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1905-1906

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/acrobat.jsphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pablo_Picasso,_1905-06,_Les_deux_fr%C3%A8res_(The_two_brothers),_oil_on_canvas,_141.4_x_97.1_cm,_Kunstmuseum_Basel.jpg

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

5. Selection of Dr. John Adler

Tele-robotic spinal surgery based on 5G network: the first 12 cases

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040088-044.pdf

Title: Acrobat
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1930

In this painting, The Acrobat, Picasso depicted the human figure with the cube of the frame despite the apparent freedom of movement. The figure is also maintained by the colors, which controls the motion of the body. It seems the body shaope is locked within a white form and then pinioned against the implied stasis of the black background. This painting is a good proof of the paradox of movement and rigidity.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/acrobat.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

6. Selection of Dr. Yong Eun Cho

Tele-robotic spinal surgery based on 5G network: the first 12 cases

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-19227edi-001.pdf

Title: Three Dancers
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1925

Picasso painted The Three Dancers in Paris after a trip to Monte Carlo with his wife, ballet dancer Olga Khokhlova. At this time, Picasso was attracted to André Breton's Surrealism movement.This radical work marks Picasso's entry into Surrealism and descent into his disturbing depictions of the female form. However, he was never a fully signed up member of the Surrealism movement: his down-to-earth artistic response and individuality never truly submitted to the movement's Freudian concepts of supremacy of the subconscious state. Yet Surrealists emerging from the Dada movement claimed Picasso as their own, with the reproduction of Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907) in their 1925 manifesto to endorse his influence on their work.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/three-dancers.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

7. Selection of Dr. Chi Hun Kim

Timing of surgery in lumbar disc herniation and its effect on functional impairment outcomes

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040068-034.pdf

Title: Paul, the artist’s son, ten years’ old
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1923

More information: https://www.wikiart.org/en/pablo-picasso/paul-the-artist-s-son-ten-years-old-1923

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

8. Selection of Dr. James D. Kang

Gene therapy approach for intervertebral disc degeneration: an update in the last decade of 2010–2020

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040092-046.pdf

Title: Girl on the ball
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1923

In this painting, the pinky tones of the Rose Period are apparent, though the chilling grey of the acrobat's bodysuit strangely arrests the young girl's fluid animation. Her lithe, rounded motions, echoing the shape of the ball, are in obvious opposition with the square muscular form of the man, whose shape is interrelated with the solid, cubed seat. Like the Mother and Child (Maternity) (1901), the strong, upward, angular lines are crossed by a series of horizontal blocks, but in this instance they are allowed to undulate to create a further flowing movement that compliments the rolling force of the girl standing on the ball. The whole picture is a study of stasis versus movement, reflecting an interesting evolution in Picasso's own aesthetic advancement as he moves into this new period.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/young-acrobat-on-a-ball.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

9. Selection of Dr. In Bo Han

Gene therapy approach for intervertebral disc degeneration: an update in the last decade of 2010–2020

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040108-054.pdf

Title: Great Still life on pedestal
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1931

More information: https://www.wikiart.org/en/pablo-picasso/great-still-life-on-pedestal-1931

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

10. Selection of Dr. James S. Harrop

Lower Extremity Motor Deficits Are Underappreciated in Patient-Reported Outcome Measures: Added Value of Objective Outcome Measures

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040106-053.pdf

Title: Bullfighters and bull waiting for the next move
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1900

More information: https://www.wikiart.org/en/pablo-picasso/bullfighters-and-bull-waiting-for-the-next-move-1900

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

11. Selection of Dr. Satoshi Yamaguchi

Lower Extremity Motor Deficits Are Underappreciated in Patient-Reported Outcome Measures: Added Value of Objective Outcome Measures

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040112-056.pdf

Title: Small house in the garden
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1908

Here Picasso presents a humble scene, a small house fenced off from a pathway and framed by two trees. In the background a third tree appears silhouetted against a bluish-grey sky. It is the absence of detail and the solidity of the forms that relates most closely to Cezanne's work.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/small-house-in-the-garden.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

12. Selection of Dr. Kern Singh

Lower Extremity Motor Deficits Are Underappreciated in Patient-Reported Outcome Measures: Added Value of Objective Outcome Measures

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040072-036.pdf

Title: Portrait of Ambroise Vollard
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1910

Here Picasso presents a humble scene, a small house fenced off from a pathway and framed by two trees. In the background a third tree appears silhouetted against a bluish-grey sky. It is the absence of detail and the solidity of the forms that relates most closely to Cezanne's work.
In Portrait of Ambroise Vollard, Vollard's downcast eyes, apparently closed, the massive explosion of his bald head, multiplying itself up the painting like an egg being broken open, his bulbous nose and the dark triangle of his beard are the first things the eye latches on to. They are recognisable. At least that's the way your mind, through habit, composes the details into information.

More information: https://www.pablopicasso.org/portrait-of-ambroise-vollard.jsp

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)

13. Selection of Dr. Hans-Jörg Meisel

Biomaterials in Spinal Implants: A Review

https://www.e-neurospine.org/upload/pdf/ns-2040126-063.pdf

Title: Seated Woman
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Year: 1927

More information: https://www.moma.org/collection/works/79895

© 2020 - Succession Pablo Picasso - SACK (Korea)





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