An Jung-ju

The first major group exhibition, split across two London venues, explores the power dynamics at play in relationships between individuals, institutions and the state. By my reckoning, seven Korean artists have had residencies at Delfina Foundation. Two of them – Young In Hong and Geumhyung Jeong – have already had performances / exhibitions showing their […]

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Jungju An in Delfina Foundation residency

by Events Editor 2 June 2018
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Jungju An is the latest Korean to take up a Delfina Foundation residency supported by SongEun Art & Cultural Foundation Jungju An residency 4 June – 14 August 2018 Delfina Foundation | 29-31 Catherine Place | London SW1E 6DY | delfinafoundation.com Jungju An (South Korea) in his practice seeks to reveal himself and his own […]

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2010 Travel Diary #5: National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon

by Philip Gowman 28 May 2010
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Saturday 1 May 2010. It’s the weekend, and Seoul Grand Park is busy. The funfair rides are full of fun-seekers, and there’s a queue to get in. There’s even a queue to get in to the car park of the National Museum of Contemporary Art: not, I would have thought, the most popular destination. But […]

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Ten contemporary Korean artists you should know

by Grace Kim 9 May 2008
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Contemporary Korean Art from the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea Korean Cultural Centre, 1 Northumberland Avenue, through 16 May 2008. Free Admission Review by Grace Kim Korean Contemporary Art has become something of a recent phenomenon in the western art world, despite developing in Korea with influences from abroad for over 40-50 years. The […]

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