London Korean Links

Covering things Korean in London and beyond since 2006

Crystallize: New Media Art Lab Korea & UK

Sharing space with the Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo is an interesting media art show featuring British and Korean artists: Crystallize: New Media Art Lab Korea & UK Crystallize is a 3 day laboratory and exposition of international artists situated in the 1,000m² vault space that lies beneath the trade floor of the Korea Brand … [Read More]

Chung Heeseung and Je Baak at HADA Contemporary

New of HADA Contemporary’s exhibition for June and July: Chung Heeseung, Je Baak: Group exhibition 6 JUNE – 28 JULY 2013 HADA Contemporary | 21 Vyner Street | London | E2 9DG Wednesday – Friday: 11am – 6pm | Saturday – Sunday: 11am – 4pm HADA Contemporary is please to showcase photographs and video … [Read More]

New Visions New Voices at MMCA

It’s nice to see two familiar names from the London Korean art scene making it into a prestigious show of young artists at the National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art in Korea. Kim Minae and Baak Je are in a group of nine in the exhibition, whittled down from a longlist of 97. New … [Read More]

Exhibition visit: Korean Eye 2012 – the biggest Korean art show in London yet

With the high profile exhibition of Chinese art having just opened at the Hayward Gallery, let’s not forget that there was an equally significant exhibition of contemporary Korean art at the privately funded Saatchi Gallery earlier this summer. Like many exhibitions, Korean Eye 2012 was one which needed to be visited several times. It was … [Read More]

Je Baak: Petitio Principii at HADA Vyner Street

News of HADA Contemporary’s latest exhibition: Je Baak : Petitio Principii HADA Contemporary 2 AUGUST – 28 SEPTEMBER 2012 HADA Contemporary is proud to present the first UK solo exhibition by South Korean multi-media artist, Je Baak. The focal point of Baak’s artistic endeavour is an engagement with the viewer and the spiritual practices of … [Read More]

Korean Eye 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery

After a break from London last year, Korean Eye is back, bigger than ever, taking over the whole of the Saatchi Gallery – not just a couple of rooms. All the works are owned by the Korean Eye organisation, but this exhibition has been independently curated. A great contribution to all the Korean cultural events … [Read More]