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May events 2013

Gwon Osang: Postmodern Times – at HADA Contemporary

Plenty on offer this month, particularly in respect of talks and seminars. Do let me know what I’ve missed.

Talks, seminars, classes


  • Gwon Osang’s solo show, Postmodern Times, continues at Hada Contemporary all month
  • Jeong Woojae and Ko Am’s exhibition continues downstairs at Albemarle Gallery until 11 May
  • The Tainted, Hur Shan’s duo exhibition at Gazelli Art House, continues all month
  • Imaginative Space, the current Mokspace show which includes work by Park Sung-young, closes on 12 May. It is followed by an exhibition of contemporary Buddhist Art from 14 May.
  • Jeong Yung-kyung’s solo show, Facing Surfaces, is at Bosse & Baum till 17 May
  • The Hidden Cost of Prosperity, one of the KCC’s winning curatorial projects, opens on 10 May.
  • Hanmi Gallery’s current show, The Woman The Gaze The World, which includes work by Ki Seulki, closes on 5 May.
  • You can find work by Shin Meekyoung and Lee Hyungkoo at Danson House and Hall Place respectively – both in Bexleyheath. And you can still find Shin’s soapy Duke of Cumberland in Cavendish Square.

Music and Dance


  • The Jeon Do-yeon season at the KCC continues with My Dear Enemy (Lee Yoon-ki) on 16 May, and another film, to be announced, on 30 May
  • The KCC is kicking off a season of films entitled Women on Screen, with Sweet Dream aka Lullaby of Death (Yang Ju-nam, 1936) on 9 May and Madame Freedom (Han Hyung-mo, 1956) on 23 May
  • The programme of the Terracotta Far East Film Festival (6-15 June) will be released on 7 May

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