Kim Dong-yoon (김동윤)

After a break from London last year, Korean Eye is back, bigger than ever, taking over the whole of the Saatchi Gallery – not just a couple of rooms. All the works are owned by the Korean Eye organisation, but this exhibition has been independently curated. A great contribution to all the Korean cultural events […]

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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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A Device: Back to the Moment at MokSpace

by Events Editor 28 September 2011
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News of the upcoming exhibition at MokSpace, near the British Museum: A device: Back to the moment Time: 30 September at 18:00 – 06 October at 18:00 Location: Mokspace 33, Museum Street, London WC1A 1LH London, United Kingdom Mokspace is pleased to present the group exhibition “A device: Back to the moment”. This exhibition features […]

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Exhibition visit: the 4th 4482 exhibition – Rhizosphere

by Philip Gowman 7 March 2011
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The fourth 4482 group show by young Korean artists in London was bigger than ever this year – to such an extent that the organisers managed to secure some overspill gallery space on the ground floor of the OXO tower building, across the courtyard from the main Bargehouse warehouse. This overspill gallery space was very […]

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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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4482 [SASAPARI] Utopia / Dystopia: A Palace with Contemporary Views

by Events Editor 18 February 2010
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Now in its third year, 4482 [SASAPARI] is the annual showcase for Korean contemporary artists living and working in London. In 2010, subtitled Utopia/ Dystopia: A Palace with Contemporary Views, it presents the latest work from 53 artists in the cavernous Bargehouse building on the South Bank. In the art world’s continual search for the […]

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Crossfields: Young Korean artists at the KCC

by Claire O'Connell 6 August 2009
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Claire O’Connell was among the crowds at the opening of Crossfields: the KCC’s latest show. This was the launch of “Crossfields”, a new exhibition at the KCC showcasing the work of 23 young Koreans who are all promising artists, architects, illustrators, photographers and designers. All the artists have studied in London at some point and […]

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Crossfields – Korean Artists and Designers at the KCC

by Events Editor 25 July 2009
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A notice of the next exhibition at the KCC, commencing 30 July: The Korean Cultural Centre UK is proud to launch that the forthcoming exhibition ‘Crossfields’, an exhibition of 23 artists based in London. The exhibition will take place between 30 July and 12 September 2009. Crossfields brings together a broad range of artists from […]

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