Korean artists in South Bank group shows

by Events Editor on 18 March, 2008 updated 3 December, 2017

in Event Notices | Exhibition news

Kwon Dae Hun: Lost in the Forest

First, those who missed Kwon Dae-hun’s intriguing paper-and-light sculptures (above: Lost in the Forest) at I-MYU last year have a second opportunity to view his work at a Coin Street gallery.

The exhibition Electric Blue at Bargehouse near the OXO tower runs from 13 – 30 March.

Electric Blue is a cleverly engineered sensory and interactive art exhibition from over 30 creative and inventive national and international artists. Artwork has been carefully selected from all over the UK and overseas. The exhibition features light, sound and interactive installations, photography and paintings, site specific artwork, live performances and sculpture.

The Bargehouse is at Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, London SE1 9PH.

Second, another 30 artists from around the world are exhibiting in the group show Laughing in a Foreign Language at the Hayward Gallery, which continues until 13 April. The Korean artist is Gimhongsok.

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