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2018.01.29 Mon, by

Korea Artist Prize 2017 Winner Selected

The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea(MMCA) has selected Song Sanghee (b. 1970) as the winner of Korea Artist Prize 2017, an exhibition co-organized with the SBS Culture Foundation. >> Read more
2017.10.21 Sat, by

Tensions: Contemporary Art from Japan & Korea
Longmen Art Projects, Hong Kong

Longmen Art Projects is pleased to present Tensions: Contemporary Art from Japan & Korea, opening on Saturday >> Read more
2017.09.06 Wed, by

SUN XUN’s first solo exhibition in Korea Tears of Chiwen
ARARIO GALLERY SEOUL

Arario Gallery Seoul is proud to present SUN Xun’s solo exhibition Tears of Chiwen from September 6th, 2017 to November 5th, 2017. >> Read more
2017.05.23 Tue, by

“A Snowflake” – young Korean artists
CHOI YUN, GIM IKHYUN, JUNGHAE PARK & MIRE LEE
Kukje Gallery

Kukje Gallery is pleased to present A Snowflake, a group show of young contemporary Korean artists organized by guest curator Seewon Hyun, Co-Director of Audio Visual Pavilion. >> Read more
2016.04.16 Sat, by

JEONG MYOUNG
& PARK JI SOOK
“ Korean Voices. On Beauty and Nature”
Fabrik Gallery, Hong Kong

Fabrik Gallery is proud to present two unique perspectives of beauty and nature articulated through the works of acclaimed Korean artists, Jeong Myoung Jo and Park Ji-Sook >> Read more
2015.05.27 Wed, by

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea

30 Samcheong-ro, Jongno-gu Seoul 110-200 South Korea >> Read more
2014.08.20 Wed, by

Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA)&Korean Film Archive (KOFA)

Sorry, this entry is only available in 中文. >> Read more
2013.11.21 Thu, by

Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan




Para Site is delighted to present Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. A small essay of comparative art history . . . >> Read more
2020.01.10 Fri, by

Ji Dachun
“Rain in rain, cloud in cloud, at no one’s fingertips”
Nagel Draxler, Berlin

To describe Ji Dachun as a post-internet artist, at first sight seems inadequate. His painting doesn’t appear as particularly technoid or media based. At the heart of his more recent work, however, is to create a possible syntax of his medium along the transmitted painterly forms, and so to speak “to write and continue to write” its CODE. >> Read more

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