K-ART NOW: Artist Talk, Yiyun Kang

Monday 25 November 2019, 18:30 – 20:00 GMT Sotheby’s Institute of Art | 30 Bedford Square | London WC1B 3EE There is limited availability of tickets due to the capacity of the venue. Registration via EventBrite is essential. Register here. Dr. Yiyun Kang is an artist, researcher, and visiting lecturer at Royal College of Art […]

A roundup of the early Autumn celebrations

As people return from their summer holidays and prepare for the autumn season, there’s a range of celebratory events that form part of the annaul cycle: from the Korean holiday calendar there’s Chuseok (celebrated over the full moon of the 8th lunar month – 12 -14 September this year) and National Foundation Day, also known […]

Korean day in Canterbury, with Jambinai

Friday 4 October 2019 The Gulbenkian | University of Kent | Canterbury | Kent CT2 7NB 5pm: Korean Street Food (Gulbenkian Cafe) 6pm: Facade Exhibition by Yiyun Kang (Outdoor spaces, Gulbenkian – free) 7:30pm: Jambinai | Ticketing £5 ‐ £12 | Buy tickets Check for updates on the event’s Facebook page Creating some of the […]

Exhibition visit: Yiyun Kang’s Casting, at the V+A

Yiyun Kang’s Casting installation, in which she projects lighting effects with pinpoint accuracy onto the complex 3-dimensional surfaces of Roman and medieval sculptures, is a slightly eerie and a very special experience. The technique, known called projection-mapping, requires painstaking measurements of the target surface to be taken, to ensure that the projection is not distorted by […]

Event news: Yiyun Kang in Transfiguring Night

Notice of an interesting cross-disciplinary artistic collaboration: Transfiguring Night Thursday, 2 April, 2015, 7:30pm – 9:30pm Hackney Attic | Hackney Picturehouse | 270 Mare Street | London E8 1HE More details Montague: Night Tracks – world premiere Korngold: Sextet Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht with projection mapping by Yiyun Kang What happens when you bring together some […]

K-P.O.P – Contemporary Korean Art at MOCA Taipei

An interesting way of branding an exhibition, in one of the first countries to get enthusiastic about K-pop. If you’re in the area, it’s definitely worth a visit according to LKL’s former visual arts correspondent. On from 19 April to 15 June 2014. K-P.O.P: Contemporary Korean Art Process. Otherness. Play K-pop is commonly used today […]

Irrepressible Seoul: Contemporary Korean Video Art, at Hackney Picturehouse

An interesting film on contemporary Korean video art curated by Youna Shin, MA Curating Contemporary Art, Royal College of Art. Irrepressible Seoul: Contemporary Korean Video Art Thursday, 05 July 2012, 6.30pm. Venue: Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare Street, London, E8 1HE [Map]. Tickets: £6.00/£5.00 Concessions Running time: 75min (approx) Featuring work by: Yeondoo Jung, Kim Joon, […]