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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…

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…

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…

Yva Jung; The Winner of the KCCUK ‘2015 Spring Open Call’

Yva Jung; The Winner of the KCCUK ‘2015 Spring Open Call’

Born in Seoul in 1983, Yva Jung lives and works in London. She is a recipient of International Fellowship and grants…

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Seminar View all

Shodo : Japanese Calligraphy. Open to everyone. Learn how to write your name in Japanese. Old clothes recommeneded due to…

This paper represents an attempt to consider how artists in general—and Japanese post-war novelists in particular—deal with traumatic experience and…

Sculpture continues to be a focal part of contemporary Japanese art, and many world-renowned Japanese artists employing the medium have…

Translated literally as “flowers at the crossroads”, tsujigahana refers to a sophisticated stitched- and tied-resist dyeing technique that was especially…

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Worn with Pride — Textiles, Kimono, and Propaganda in Japan, 1925-1945

Japan Society Book Club: The Sea and Poison by Shusaku Endo

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Film Screening: Tikotin – A Life Devoted to Japanese Art

Film Screening: Tikotin – A Life Devoted to Japanese Art

Join us for a screening of the award-winning documentary film Tikotin – A Life Devoted to Japanese Art, with an introduction by Felix Tikotin’s grandson, Jaron Borensztajn, follwed by a Q&A. Dir. Santje Kramer, 2013. 77 min. Dutch and…

London Korean Film Night: One Fine Spring Day (2001)

London Korean Film Night: One Fine Spring Day (2001)

Sang-wu is a sound engineer who lives with his grandmother, his widowed father and his sister. One winter, he meets radio programme director, Eun-su. Sang-wu and Eun-su go on a trip to find sounds of nature for her radio…

Theatre On Screen No.2 – Madame Ong

Theatre On Screen No.2 – Madame Ong

Madame Ong is based on the pansori folktale “Byeongangsoe-jeon, which is widely regarded as being an “ folktale for adults, ” and was the first R-rated Changgeuk from the ‘Lost Pansori Restoration Project’. The story has often been overlooked…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club