Contemporary Korean Art gallery talk

by Philip Gowman on 21 April, 2008 updated 10 December, 2017

in Art history | Event Notices | Talks and seminars

If you’re free this Friday afternoon it’ll be well worth going along to the KCC to hear Dr Lee Sook-Kyung talk about the current exhibition of works from the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Korea. Dr Lee previously worked as an assistant curator at the museum and is now at Tate Liverpool. The talk is at the KCC on Friday 25 April at 2pm.

As usual, pre-registration is required by phoning 0207 004 2600 or emailing info at kccuk dot org dot uk

As it’s during office hours, I’m not going to be able to go to this one, so if any reader goes along and feels like writing a report, please let me know. Perhaps Dr Lee could explain how a Korean comes to make an aluminium sculpture of a muzzled pit-bull cocking its leg.

Park Chan-yong: Dogs facing (2003)

Park Chan-yong: Dogs facing (2003)



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