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Chun Kyungwoo Solo Exhibition

Chun Kyungwoo Solo Exhibition

Embracing the contemporary resistance against the traditional notion of photography – that it captures the moment of reality – Chun Kyungwoo (b. 1969) studies on the vast possibilities of the medium focusing on the subjectivity and relativity that explore the fundaments of relationships. Often characterised by the blurred contour and obscurity from the long exposure […]

Ahn JinKyun: Three Faces, Two Places, One Devices

Ahn JinKyun: Three Faces, Two Places, One Devices

HADA Contemporary is delighted to present a new body of work, Three Faces, Two Places, One Device (2014) by Ahn Jinkyun (b.1983). This exhibition will showcase Ahn’s playful still life photographs that further investigate and elaborate on the linear quality of the photographic process and the genealogical inheritance in a family, which provide a singular […]

Park Seungmo Solo Exhibition

Park Seungmo Solo Exhibition

HADA Contemporary is pleased to present new works by Park Seungmo (b. 1969), which bring together many concerns that originate from the Eastern philosophies. By creating immersive illusionistic environment for viewers’ immediate and direct engagement, he narrates the key aspects in his oeuvre such as illusions of realities. The long tradition of studies and theories […]

Chung Hee Seung Solo Exhibition: INADEQUATE METAPHORS

Chung Hee Seung Solo Exhibition: INADEQUATE METAPHORS

HADA Contemporary is delighted to present first UK solo exhibition by Chung Heeseung (b. 1974) featuring new works from her Still-life (2009 -) series. Still-life began as independent photographic images that gradually evolved into a self contained body of works which investigates some of key aspects in her practice – the liminal state of being […]

JE BAAK and AHN JINKYUN Group Exhibition

JE BAAK and AHN JINKYUN Group Exhibition

HADA Contemporary is pleased to present recent photographic works by two emerging artists, Je Baak and Ahn Jinkyun. This exhibition aims to introduce some of contemporary photographic works that utilise the natural characteristics of the photography as a medium – accessibility, editability and reproducibility among others – yet exploring and illustrating diverse unphotographable social and […]

HOMO UTOPICUS: Group Exhibition

HOMO UTOPICUS: Group Exhibition

HADA Contemporary is pleased to present a group exhibition showcasing meticulously constructed enigmatic hybrid spaces inviting the viewer to the non-existent utopia of mind. According to the study by Cosimo Quarta, on anthropological bases the species ‘homo’ has been characterised, since its origins, by its ‘restlessness’, by the ‘search for new possibilities’, thus moving beyond […]

Thoughts on Habit: Kim Minae

Thoughts on Habit: Kim Minae

HADA Contemporary is pleased to present the first UK solo exhibition by critically acclaimed emerging artist Kim Minae (b. 1981). This exhibition aims to focus on capturing the artist’s fundamental conceptual framework encompassing versatile sculptural and installation works in conversation with the artist self, objects, spaces and contexts within the boundaries of society. By inverting […]

HONG SUNGCHUL and PARK SEUNGMO: Group Exhibition

HONG SUNGCHUL and PARK SEUNGMO: Group Exhibition

HADA Contemporary is pleased to present new works by Hong Sungchul (b. 1969) and Park Seungmo (b. 1969) whose works focus on the anxiety derived from the evanescent contemporary lives. HONG SUNGCHUL Hong Sungchul’s practice focuses on the anxiety and tension originating from the ontological incompleteness of being. By developing wide range of works in […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

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