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It’s a while since we had a chance to see Francesca Cho’s work in London; she now appears in a group exhibition in honour of an iconic musician: David Bowie Tribute Exhibition Fiat Chrysler Motor Village UK | 105 Wigmore Street | London W1U 1QY | www.motorvillageuk.com 22nd September – 4th November 2017 Opening hours […]

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Francesca Cho in Hommage à Whanki

by Events Editor 30 April 2014
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If I ever win the Euromillions lotto, LKL Towers will be adorned with a Kim Whanki or two. But as that will never happen, I have to content myself with an occasional visit to the Whanki Museum in Buam-dong. This May, there is a special group show in the museum, which includes work by London […]

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Exhibition visit: Fragility and Francesca Cho’s creative process

by Philip Gowman 26 August 2012
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Francesca Cho’s latest solo show is at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith, a venue which is linked in my mind with Sunday afternoon film double bills. But on visiting Cho’s exhibition (several times – as it’s easily accessible on my walking route home) I find that it has a smart bar cum restaurant and a […]

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Francesca Cho at the Riverside Studios

by Events Editor 1 August 2012
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News of Francesca Cho’s latest solo show: A Pair of Fragile Glasses Francesca Cho Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, W6 9LR 12-31 August 2012 Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios, one of London’s leading arts venues, comprising a theatre, cinema and gallery, is hosting Francesca Cho’s Solo Show (12th – 31st August). This influential gallery area has flourished since Channel […]

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Place Not Found: Korean Art Now at Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery

by Events Editor 29 April 2012
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Congratulations to the LKL Art History features writer Eunjung Shin for curating her first show, at an exciting venue overlooking the Olympic Stadium. Plenty of high-profile artists are showing their work. Undoubtedly the exhibition of the month. Place Not Found: Korean Art Now Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery Stour Road | Fish Island | Hackney Wick | […]

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Weekend Artshow & Auction helps Heart Radio’s charity

by Events Editor 25 April 2012
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News of a charity art show this weekend: the HeartArt weekend art show is raising money for Heart Radio’s charity ‘Have a Heart’ and includes fun fundraising features including a brilliant prize draw, celeb donated art auction, and the opportunity to purchase art and craft by a selection of extraordinary artists – including Francesca Cho. […]

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Francesca Cho’s Deli eXhibits

by Events Editor 13 October 2011
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A couple of years ago the BBC was speculating that Deptford, a neglected corner of South-East London next to Greenwich, was becoming the new Paris: ancient churches, markets, pavement cafes and the Laban Dance Centre combine to create a cultural zone that’s well worth a visit, while the Deptford Dame and Deptford is… blogs provide […]

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Francesca Cho: “This is not just a picture” at Mayfair Library

by Events Editor 6 October 2011
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Francesca Cho participated in a group exhibition entitled “Free Words” in the Mayfair Library three years ago. She returns to the same venue with a solo show this month: This is not just a picture Mayfair Library Exhibition Hall 25 South Audley Street London W1K 2PB October 14th – November 5th 11am – 7pm Monday […]

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Francesca Cho in Dolphin Square group show

by Events Editor 15 July 2011
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News of an upcoming group exhibition featuring a former chairman of the Korean Artists Association: Hidden behind the walls of the beautiful 1930s apartments of Dolphin Square in Pimlico lies a hidden gem – the exquisitely kept Moroccan Gardens. To mark the relaunch of the gardens Collective Studios has invited artists from across ACAVA studios […]

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Interview: London based Korean artist, Francesca Cho

by Eunjung Shin 12 March 2011
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London based artist Francesca Cho has studied and worked in London for the past seventeen years. I was curious at how an artist who has lived in London for such a long time would think about her self-identity and how her works would deal with Korean identity in London. Why did you use Korean letters […]

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Francesca Cho in Copenhagen “TransitStation”

by Events Editor 13 April 2010
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This coming weekend there will be an International ‘Exhibition as Event’ at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen. More than 60 International Artists will participate in 2 days of non-stop art in action at art events and will show their works on 17th -18th April from 12 noon to 12 midnight. There […]

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The Silence of Time: Francesca Cho in Seoul

by Events Editor 4 January 2010
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London-based Korean artist Francesca Cho is currently in Seoul on a working sabbatical. She has a solo show entitled “The Silence of Time” in the Pyunghwa Gallery at the Catholic Centre, by Myungdong Cathedral, 13-26 January 2010. “The Silence of time”  초대의 글  자연과 인간의 조화로움을 어두움과 빛의 이미지를 통해 보여 주는 작가 조 프렌체스카의 […]

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Rags in the Wind III

by Events Editor 12 September 2009
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Following Francesca Cho’s participation in the Free International Artists group exhibition in Graz two years ago, she again joins group for their exhibition in Mozirje, Slovenia, 12 September – 12 October 2009. FRANCESCA CHO RAGS IN THE WIND SLOVENIA MOZIRSKI PARK 12 SEP – 12 OCT 2009 One of the latest works by Francesca Cho […]

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Event news: Exploring Korea’s Cultural Legacy

by Events Editor 7 July 2009
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For those who missed the Anglo-Korean Society event at the Korean Cultural Centre on 16th June, a slightly more extended version will be held at the Fulham Public Library this month, 16-19 July. Included will be all of Francesca Cho’s original paintings inspired by hangeul. A slideshow of her work was shown at the Cultural […]

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A scientific look at ancient Korean art

by Jennifer Barclay 22 June 2009
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Jennifer Barclay reports on the Anglo-Korean Society evening at the Korean Cultural Centre, 16 June 2009 Short documentaries on some of Korea’s ancient cultural artefacts were shown at the Korean Cultural Centre on 16 June, presented by members of the non-profit Korean Spirit and Cultural Promotion Project. Matthew Jackson and Hang-Jin Chang, who graduated together […]

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AKS event: Exploring Korea’s Cultural Legacy

by Events Editor 9 June 2009
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Notice of an event at the Korean Cultural Centre, put on by the Anglo Korean Society EXPLORING KOREA’S CULTURAL LEGACY FROM PAST TO PRESENT THURSDAY 16th JUNE 2009 6.15 pm for 6.30 pm KOREAN CULTURAL CENTRE UK Grand Buildings, 1 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5EJ We would like to invite you to a delightful evening […]

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Francesca Cho in Berlin and Lecce

by Events Editor 10 May 2009
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London-based Korean artist Francesca Cho is participating in two group exhibitions in continental Europe during May: in Berlin and Lecce. Reliquaries of Empires Dust Reliquaries of Empires Dust is an exhibition exploring trends in art and artists response to the current global climate. Whether an exploration in environmental, geopolitical, monetary, cultural, societal shifts or in […]

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