Curator Talk at the V & A Contemporary Korean Ceramics exhibition

The V & A’s contemporary Korean ceramics exhibition comes to an end on 4 October. Its curator looks back on the exhibition at a free lunchtime talk on 28 September:

Han Hyang Lim, Mountain entering spring (2003). Mixed clay body
Han Hyang Lim, Mountain entering spring (2003). Mixed clay body. On show in the exhibition Tradition Transformed: Contemporary Korean Ceramics

When: Wed 28 September 2011 13:15
Where: Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre

Hear more about this ceramics display from curator Christine Guth of the V&A. Jointly organised with the Korea Foundation.

The display Tradition Transformed: Contemporary Korean Ceramics showcases a selection of ceramic art by 17 contemporary Korean artists who work both in Korea and internationally. Their work incorporates traditional methods with modern ingenuity and innovative techniques, expressing the creative spirit of a highly industrialised Asian nation with a rich ceramic heritage. Join the installation curators as they discuss their approach to the selection of pieces for this display.

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