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International Fashion Showcase

International Fashion Showcase

Style Sharing The Exhibition explores the symbiotic relationship between Korean and British styles. It will show the work of Korean designers who have been inspired by British life. The display will highlight distinctions between what can be conceived as ‘Britishness’ and what is known as ‘Hallyu’, Korean’s term for South Korean culture’s popularity in the […]

Mee Kyoung Shin: Painting Series

Mee Kyoung Shin: Painting Series

HADA Contemporary is delighted to showcase the most recent works from the Translation – Painting Series (2014 – ongoing) by Meekyoung Shin (b. 1967) internationally distinguished for her meticulously crafted soap sculptures. The works in this exhibition are from the most recent series of work by the artist that challenges the traditional hierarchy of painting […]

Shan Hur : The door in the wall

Shan Hur : The door in the wall

Exhibition Dates: 30.01. – 22.03.2015 Private View: 29.01.2015 | 6-8pm Location: Gazelli Art House 39 Dover Street London W1S 4NN In this new series of sculptural work, which includes large-scale graphite renderings, wall sculptures, his signature cracked columns and domestic-size bronze wall pieces, Hur continues his exploration of the significance and historical references retained through […]

Metamorphosis of Japan After the War

Metamorphosis of Japan After the War

In 1945, postwar Japan made a new start from the ashes of devastation, and, in the twenty years leading up to the Tokyo Olympics of 1964, it succeeded in undergoing a dramatic transformation, embarking on a path towards becoming an economic power. These two decades constituted a period truly brimming with creative energy – a […]

Remembering Absence

Remembering Absence

Kirk Palmer’s work explores the existential nature of human relationships with the world through an exploration of the temporal landscape and sense of place using still and moving images. In 2005, Palmer began August Shadows, a trilogy of moving image works – Murmur (2006), Hiroshima (2007) and War’s End: An Island of Remembrance (2012) – […]

Park Chan-kyong at Iniva, Rivington Place

Park Chan-kyong at Iniva, Rivington Place

The first solo presentation of works by South Korean artist Park Chan-kyong presents a series of his latest film and documentary works that offers a new perspective on folk religious practices such as shamanism and utopian religious communities, from the period of colonisation and the cold war to the present time. By deepening his focus […]

First UK solo presentations of selected work, curated by Binna Choi and Lisa Rosendahl.

First UK solo presentations of selected work, curated by Binna Choi and Lisa Rosendahl.

Iniva is delighted to present two solo exhibitions of selected work by Swedish artist Lina Selander and Korean artist and film-maker Park Chan-kyong, juxtaposed for the first time, from 14 January to 21 March 2015, at Rivington Place. The exhibition is curated by Binna Choi and Lisa Rosendahl, initiators along with Grant Watson of Practice […]

Riusuke Fukahori “Goldfish Salvation 2”

Riusuke Fukahori “Goldfish Salvation 2”

ICN proudly presents Goldfish Salvation 2 by Riusuke Fukahori, an artist internationally acclaimed for his 2012 video on his creative process. This is his second solo exhibition in the UK. The “Fukahori Goldfish” is a painting yet it grasps the ephemeral beauty of the goldfish captured in a flat plane of resin, and is vibrant […]

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