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The Korean Craft: Human, Place, History

The Korean Craft: Human, Place, History

This exhibition is dedicated to Bukchon, a district of Seoul and a reservoir of Korean arts, crafts and royal lifestyles, bearing traces from the turbulent history of the Joseon Dynasty (14th – 19th Centrury). The Korean Craft: Human, Place, History shows the Bukchon neighbourhood and its crafts through art objects and audiovisual installations. The Opening […]

Emi Fujisawa exhibition – Timeless Tale

Emi Fujisawa exhibition – Timeless Tale

The earth moves, the sky changes, the tree grows and slowly it catches the sunshine. The moss is gradually transpiring in the shade. Individuals accept individuals and they bond with each other. I am exploring a passage of time through textiles. Inspired by time-honored textiles and techniques, I have developed cooper weaves from natural dyed […]

Takehisa Kosugi: SPACINGS

Takehisa Kosugi: SPACINGS

The Ikon Gallery present the first major exhibition by Japanese composer and artist Takehisa Kosugi. Kosugi was a pioneer of experimental music in Japan in the early 1960s and is considered to be one of the most influential artists of his generation. The exhibition will feature three of the artist’s sound installations, involving everyday materials […]

Alice Emaki-mono project for Alice’s Day in Oxford

Alice Emaki-mono project for  Alice’s Day in Oxford

In July 4, The Story Museum in Oxford celebrates Alice’s Day 2015, especially for the 150th annversary of publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and has many events for Alice’s Day. Hiroko Hanna, a Japanese woman artist, co-operates with The Story Museum for an event of Alice Emaki-mono project, in which she exhibits her artwork […]

ENDO Shuhei – Architect for a New Era

ENDO Shuhei – Architect for a New Era

Influenced by and interacting with landscapes, many modern Japanese architectural structures are characterised by an acute awareness of flows. Renowned Japanese architect Endo Shuhei is one such professional championing this concept. Endo treats materials as a fluid gesture to create distinctive, innovative, and appealing arrangements with a continuous interaction between form, material, and design. It […]

Shinwook Kim: The KCCUK Open Call II

Shinwook Kim: The KCCUK Open Call II

The second winner of 2015 KCCUK Open Call is Shinwook Kim. His first major solo show Sleepwalker will be held from 8 June to 27 June 2015. His series of photographic/video works deal with memory that comes into being between dis-location and de-location. From the series of photographic works of the abandoned land near airports […]

A Taste of Korea

A Taste of Korea

Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art is proud to present an exhibition of contemporary Korean art at its new Mayfair premises. This elegantly curated show brings together the fantastic and lyrical visions of established artists such as Bae Bien-U, Chun Kwang-Young and Ho-Ryon Lee, as well as newer talent such as Kwon Kyungyup, Jung Hee Do and […]

Exhibition: Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Exhibition: Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Keita Miyazaki, a young Japanese artist, works on creating sculpture series and installations which evoke a sense of the post-apocalyptic. He is an artist exploring the supposedly polar notions of orderliness and fantasy. His installations select materials for their capacity to suggest ambiguity: traditional like metal, light and fragile like paper, invisible like sound. These […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

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