Chun Woo-jung

Woojung Chun exhibited her Library as a collateral event to the 2009 Venice Biennale. For those who didn’t manage to get there, the work is installed at England & Co for most of this month. England & Co is at 216 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RH. WOOJUNG CHUN: LIBRARY 28 October-23 November 2011 ‘The universe […]

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Woojung Chun’s library of mysteries

by Philip Gowman 18 November 2009
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LKL completes its coverage of Korean artists at the Venice Biennale. If you browse the shopping streets of Venice, among the numerous tourist outlets selling carnival masks, murano glass and designer clothes, you might find one or two shops selling well-crafted model book-cases: too big for your average dolls house, but nevertheless covetable. Something you […]

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Library: Chun Woojung at the Venice Biennale

by Events Editor 3 June 2009
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Details of one of the Collateral Events at Venice. Text courtesy of curator James Putnam Library Chun Woo-jung (천우정) 53rd International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia Collateral Event curated by James Putnam “The universe (which others call the Library)…” Jorge Luis Borges, The Library of Babel The library is a potent metaphor for knowledge […]

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The ribbon is cut; the Centre is open

by Jennifer Barclay 2 February 2008

Jennifer Barclay reports from the official opening ceremony of the new Korean Cultural Centre UK. Korea has been ‘setting the pace of popular culture far beyond its boundaries in the last decade,’ noted Mr Andrew Ramsay (left) of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport in the opening remarks at the launch of the Korean […]

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Good morning Mr. Nam June Paik: the KCC’s inaugural exhibition

by Events Editor 26 January 2008
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Celebrating the opening of the Korean Cultural Centre in Northumberland Avenue, their opening exhibition has some high-profile works by Nam June Paik along with works by more contemporary artists. Good morning Mr. Nam June Paik 1 February – 7 March 2008 Korean Cultural Centre | Grand Buildings | 1 – 3 Strand | London WC2N […]

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