Choi Yoon-suk (최윤석)

Nowhere near London, but I’m posting this just because I wish I could find a conveniently-timed flight to get me to the opening event, as this is an exhibition I’d love to get to. I fear that this press release is the closest I’m going to get. Choi and Lager have assembled a pretty impressive […]

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Red Carpet Spirit trilogy screens at the KCC

by Events Editor 1 September 2013
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Even if you saw Ingeun Kim’s short film One Fine Day in Camden last December, you’ll want to see it again. At the KCC on 6 September it will be partnered by two other short films by Korean artists in London: Changwoo Ryu’s Bincent and Yoonsuk Choi’s Object. RSVP as per the contact details below. […]

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Reality Check at 43 Inverness Street

by Events Editor 20 August 2013
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Notice of the next event at 43 Inverness Street: a one-day event with installations and a performance. Reality Check 28 August 2013 43 Inverness Street 6-9 pm 43 Inverness Street is pleased to announce Reality Check, a one-day event presenting artworks that involve sound, performance and installation on 28 August with artists Yoonsuk Choi, Ingeun […]

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Yoonsuk Choi: The Chronicle of Mr. Kim

by Philip Gowman 13 May 2013
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A video of Yoonsuk Choi’s live performance on 10 May 2013 (16’54”) at the opening event of The Hidden Cost of Prosperity – a group exhibitino curated by Anna Art Project (annaartproject.co.uk) at the Korean Cultural Centre UK, 10 May – 6 June 2013 Keywords: Artists: Choi Yoon-suk (최윤석) Organisations and venues: Anna Art Project […]

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The Hidden Cost of Prosperity – a winning curatorial project at the KCC

by Events Editor 29 April 2013
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In December last year Anna Miyoung Kim curated an evening of video art work investigating the darker side of Korea’s economic growth – and possibly of capitalism more widely – in an interesting project called The Shade of Prosperity. Apart from presenting a diverse range of short videos loosely based on a theme – rather […]

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Choi & Lager’s third Paris exhibition: Secret Garden

by Events Editor 28 March 2013
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I always enjoy seeing arts works in a domestic setting rather than the sterile space of a gallery. So, if you happen to be in Paris, give Sunhee Choi a ring and pop over to the 16th arondissement to see some fine contemporary Korean work. CHOI&LAGER project is pleased to invite you to the exhibition […]

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To Remain: It’s Just a Matter of Time – group exhibition at Hanmi Gallery

by Events Editor 8 December 2012
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“Come to Britain (but only if you’re already famous) – New immigration rules exclude young, gifted artists from beyond the European Union” warns the headline on the front page of the December 2012 edition of The Art Newspaper. The 15th Interim Exhibition at Hanmi Gallery addresses the implications of the closure of the Tier 1 […]

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Exhibition visit: the 5th Sasapari exhibition – Map the Korea – at the Bargehouse

by Philip Gowman 14 March 2012
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Every year the big group exhibition by Korean artists in London seems to get bigger and more ambitious. After a first event in New Malden in 2007, its home for the four most recent shows has been the Bargehouse by the OXO Tower, a large and semi-derelict space with plenty of nooks and crannies to […]

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Sasapari at the Bargehouse: its 5th year, now with 64 artists

by Events Editor 18 February 2012
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The big exhibition of young Korean artists in the UK is now in its fifth year. With 64 artists participating, expect a wide range of video, installation and more traditional work displaying a vibrant range of talents. The title of the exhibition, Sasapari, represents the dialling codes of UK (+44) and South Korea (+82) The […]

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The Traces: collective surroundings – at Hanmi Gallery

by Events Editor 17 November 2011
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Hanmi Gallery announces its eighth “interim” exhibition, with three names familiar from exhibitions in London over the past few months: HANMI GALLERY 8TH INTERIM EXHIBITION The Traces: collective surroundings Friday 25th November – Friday 9th December (Private View 6 – 9pm Friday 25th NOVEMBER 2011) Hanmi Gallery is pleased to present its 8th interim exhibition […]

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Artists at Work: Process Recorded at the KCC

by Events Editor 14 September 2011
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The KCC is pleased to announce an interesting and extensive 10-day artistic project, starting today: Artists at Work: Process Recorded 14 Sep 2011 – 24 Sep 2011 The Korean Cultural Centre (UK) is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition Artists at Work: Process Recorded, an experimental exhibition as we suggest a different approach on the […]

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4482 2011: Rhizosphere – Directions in Motion comes to the Bargehouse

by Events Editor 16 February 2011
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The annual blockbuster group show of young Korean artists in London runs 24-27 February at the Bargehouse, bigger than ever: this year there are 60 artists exhibiting: The 4th 4482 Sasapari exhibition represents the largest ever showcase for Korean contemporary artists living and working in London. This year, entitled ‘Rhizosphere: Directions in Motion’, it presents […]

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