Bae Joon-sung (배준성)

Pontone Gallery announces its October group show: Korean Masters Pontone Gallery | 43 Cadogan Gardens | London SW3 2TB | www.pontonegallery.com 6 October – 29 October 2017 Opening reception Thursday 5 October | 6–8 pm Monday – Friday 10-6pm | Saturday 11-7pm | Sunday 11-6pm Bae Joonsung | Chun Kwang Young | Lee Jaehyo | […]

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Exhibition news: Korean show at Albemarle Gallery

by Events Editor 1 February 2017
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Albemarle Gallery is hosting a group show of some of their regular Korean artists (and those of their sister gallery, Pontone) from 2 February – 4 March Albemarle Gallery | 49 Albemarle Street | London W1S 4JR T: +44 (0)20 7499 1616 | E: info@albemarlegallery.com | www.albemarlegallery.com Monday to Friday: 10am – 6pm | Saturday: […]

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Exhibition news: Bae Joonsung, at Pontone Gallery

by Events Editor 24 October 2016
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Notice of an upcoming exhibition by one of Shine Artists’ regulars, Bae Joonsung: Bae Joonsung: The Costume of Painter – Still Life Pontone Gallery | 43 Cadogan Gardens | London SW3 2TB | www.pontonegallery.com 28 October – 20 November 2016 Monday by appointment | Tues – Fri: 10am – 7pm | Sat: 11am – 7pm […]

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Exhibition visit: Korean artists at Art 15

by Philip Gowman 26 May 2015
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No matter how prepared you think you are when you go to an art fair, you’ll always be caught unawares by a gallery who is showing an artist you weren’t expecting, or by a new side to an artist you thought you knew. In the most unlikely corner of the hall you can come across […]

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Korean-focused galleries at Art 15

by Events Editor 29 April 2015
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The third iteration of Art Fairs London is upon us, and while there are fewer of the big name galleries from Seoul coming this year there are still plenty of Korean artists who are new to London. A quick look at the art fair’s website indicates the following artists and galleries, and I’m sure there […]

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A belated tour of March’s First Thursday openings

by Philip Gowman 14 March 2014
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It was always going to be difficult to get round the three openings last Thursday: Bethnal Green, Bloomsbury and Mayfair are not easy to squeeze in on the way home after work. And as it happened I got to none of them, instead entertaining an overseas work colleague at the Old Justice, which I think […]

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Bae Joonsung: The Costume of the Painter – at Albemarle Gallery

by Events Editor 18 February 2014
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Bae Joonsung returns to the Albemarle Gallery for a solo show: BAE JOONSUNG: The Costume of the Painter 6 March – 2 April 2014 Albemarle Gallery, 49 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4JR, www.albemarlegallery.com Mon – Fri 10-6 | Sat 10-4 Bae Joonsung (born 1967 Kwangju, Korea) continues his highly acclaimed series ‘The Costume of the […]

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2013 Korean Collective at Albemarle Gallery

by Events Editor 1 September 2013
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The Albemarle Gallery continues its tradition of annual group shows by Korean artists. Nice to see some new and interesting names amongst the more established artists this year. Korean Collective 2013 5 September – 5 October 2013 Albemarle Gallery | 49 Albemarle Street | London W1S 4JR | Tel : 0207 499 1616 www.albemarlegallery.com | […]

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

by Philip Gowman 12 October 2012
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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 […]

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Korean Eye 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery

by Events Editor 15 July 2012
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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 […]

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Korean Contemporary Art at Moorhouse

by Events Editor 5 April 2012
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I popped into this exhibition on the way home from work earlier this week. It’s good to see art in an environment that is slightly less artificial than a gallery space. Lee Jae-hyo’s tables (pictured) looked particularly good in the reception area of this office building, just next to Moorgate tube. Also looking natural on […]

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The Korean Miracle: A Cultural Evolution – at Asia House

by Events Editor 3 November 2011
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Hada Contemporary has just finished its summer show at the Albemarle Gallery. It is now moving to Asia House for a two-week exhibition curated by Dr Iain Robertson, Head of Art Business Studies at Sothebys Institute of Art: THE KOREAN MIRACLE: A CULTURAL EVOLUTION Asia House Thursday 03 Nov, 2011 – Wednesday 16 Nov, 2011 […]

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Exhibition news: The Senses ; Interactive Perception at HADA Contemporary

by Events Editor 25 September 2011
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News of an upcoming exhibition in the Albemarle Gallery, 7-29 October: THE SENSES ; INTERACTIVE PERCEPTION BAE JOONSUNG | CHA JONGRYE | HONG SUNGCHUL 7 – 29 OCTOBER 2011 HADA Contemporary is pleased to present ‘The Senses ; Interactive Perception’ a group exhibition with artists Bae Joonsung, Cha Jongrye and Hong Sungchul. Although at first […]

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Korean Collective 2010 at Albemarle Gallery

by Events Editor 3 August 2010
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Details of the group exhibition currently showing at the Albemarle Gallery: Korean Collective 2010 30 July – 31 August Bae Joon-sung | Hong Sung-chul | Jeong Ji-hyun | Kim Yong-jin | Lee Kang-wook | Min Jung-yeon For some time now, the Far Eastern economies and cultures have played a significant role in the European and […]

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Korean Eye: anything but ordinary

by Jennifer Barclay 14 July 2010
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Jennifer Barclay pays a quick visit to the varied exhibition of contemporary Korean art at the Saatchi Gallery Korean Eye was founded by David Ciclitira, who became a fan of contemporary Korean art when visiting South Korea on business, and decided to bring an exhibition to the UK for the first time last year. As […]

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Saatchi Gallery unveils Korean Eye round 2: Fantastic Ordinary

by Events Editor 20 June 2010
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The big budget, big venue contemporary Korean art show returns. Artists showing are a mixture of the established and the up-and-coming: Bae Chan Hyo | Gwon Osang | Jeon Joon Ho | Kim Dong Yoo | Park Eun Young | Bae Joon Sung | Hong Young In | Ji Yong Ho | Kim Hyunsoo | […]

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We look forward to lunchtime

by Philip Gowman 17 February 2008
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An assessment of “Good Morning, Mr Paik Nam June” Korean Cultural Centre, UK, 1 Feb – 2 Mar, Mon-Fri 9:30 – 5:30 It must be a very attractive prospect to be offered the job of curating a prestigious exhibition at the high-profile launch of a cultural centre. Having a blank canvas to work on certainly […]

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