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London Koreans in demand in Italy

by Events Editor 27 April 2009
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Jackie Choi London at the Milan Furniture show, and Francesca Cho in a group exhibition in Lecce

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Francesca Cho in Vogue

by Philip Gowman 19 February 2009
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One of London’s leading Korean-born artists is featured in the Korean edition of Vogue.

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Francesca Cho: Old Paintings in Surgery

by Events Editor 15 October 2008
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FRANCESCA CHO: OLD PAINTINGS IN SURGERY Location: Lilyville Surgery 630 Fulham Road London SW6 5RS Entrance on Lilyville Road, off of Fulham Road Time: 17 October – 14 November Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri 11am-1pm and 2.30pm – 3.30pm. Wed 11am-1.00pm or by appointment: Ms. Linda Gilson (020 7731 9388) Contact: Curator Lois Olmstead email: lolmstead […]

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Exhibition visit: Free Words at Mayfair Public Library

by Philip Gowman 20 August 2008
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When I went to the Free Words exhibition at Mayfair Public Library it was a grey Friday evening, and consequently did not see the works at their best. It was the last day of the main show, and the artwork seemed to have been forgotten in a rather drab-feeling, unloved public-sector space on the top […]

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Francesca Cho in “Free Words”

by Events Editor 4 July 2008

Francesca Cho will be participating in the group exhibition ‘Free words’ at the Mayfair Public Library, 15 – 31 July. This is the first exhibition to be held in the library space and complements nicely the National Year of Reading. ‘Free words’ explores the censored word, printed matter and use of language as means of […]

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Francesca Cho’s January shows

by Events Editor 11 January 2008

Korean-born artist Francesca Cho is exhibiting work in two group shows, in London and Bergamo, this month. The London show, Sacred, in the Novas Contemporary Urban Centre London Bridge (73-81 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1 ONQ [map]) near the Financial Times offices in Southwark Bridge Road — two minutes’ walk from Tate Modern — is to […]

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Rags in the Wind – some photos

by Philip Gowman 22 September 2007
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Here are some photos from Rags in the Wind – a group show in the Graz Botanical gardens, on now. It’s featured here because it includes the work of London-based, Korean-born artist Francesca Cho. Her “Floating Soul 1” is below: View a slideshow of the complete set here. The set includes a couple of shots […]

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Francesca Cho in Rags in the Wind II, Graz, Austria

by Philip Gowman 29 August 2007

The picturesque Austrian university city of Graz (above) hosts an unusual exhibition from mid-September. From 15 September to 13 October the Botanical Garden of the Karl-Franzens-University will be the setting for an international collaboration of installation art. The Botanical Gardens themselves are worth a visit in their own right, with their spectacular new greenhouse: From […]

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Francesca Cho at East @ West Wing festival

by Events Editor 26 February 2007

Francesca Cho‘s work will be on display at the East @ West Wing British East Asian Arts Festival in Slough from 3 March to 6 April. Cho has been established in London for more than ten years and her work has been widely shown internationally, including Seoul, Berlin, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Madrid and, […]

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Francesca Cho’s meditative work

by Philip Gowman 20 December 2006

I happened to meet artist Francesca Cho at the Jerwood gallery yesterday lunchtime. Korean-born, but now based in London, she is the more established artist among the exhibitors in the Still Dynamics show, which closes today. Her contemplative work, to which the images below and my words here can’t do justice, recalls Rothko but also […]

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Korean art: Unstoppable forces and immovable objects

by Beccy Kennedy 17 December 2006
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Still Dynamics: The Korean Contemporary Art Show The Jerwood Space, 14-20 December Review by Beccy Kennedy The serene setting of the Jerwood Space provides the perfect offset for the vivid works of eleven Korean artists. With the exception of Kira Kim’s light installation, I Love U, and Sangjun Roh’s miniature, cardboard people, the works are […]

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