A brief group show featuring the work of 30 Korean student artists:
NOBUDAM & OKSE: ?
Saturday 7 – Tuesday 10 March 2020
Art Number 23 | Block F | 100 Clements Road | Bermondsey | London SE16 4DG | www.artnumber23.uk
£3 admission fee (includes a free drink and a leaflet)
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NOBUDAM space presents our third exhibition “?” at the Art Number 23 Gallery in London from 7th to 10th March 2020, displaying the works of 30 Korean student artists. There will be a wide range of genres from painting, installation, photography, video, music to fashion. This exhibition will be hosted together with the Organisation of Korean Societies in England (OKSE).
NOBUDAM’s third exhibition opens with the title “?”. The question mark acts as the heart of the NOBUDAM platform as we constantly question the conventional norm of art and exhibition spaces in order to expand art by opening it up to the public, making it accessible and approachable. Question marks exist in all languages and by using the symbol, we turn statements and conventions into ideas and questions.
NOBUDAM space, deriving from the words “no” and “bu-dam,” meaning “pressure” in Korean, (hence, “no pressure”) is a platform that provides everyone an opportunity to reveal their artistic potential. The purpose of the platform is to show that anyone with passion can be an artist, regardless of expertise or genre. We are very pleased to share the fine talents of young artists who have put a lot of effort into the exhibition, and we would like this event to be a venue for celebrating different artistic passions and talents. We would be grateful for your interest and support to the third exhibition of NOBUDAM space.
What does “?” mean to you?
7th March (Sat) 18:00 – 21:00 – Opening night, with performances from: Grove Road Records, 2ECND LANGUAGE (UCL Hiphop crew), Independent Band
8th March (Sun) 12:00-18:00
9th March (Mon) 12:00-18:00
10th March (Tues) 12:00-16:00
10th March (Tues) 18:00-03:00 Closing party