Kim Duck-yong (김덕용)

Korean artists and galleries put on a good show at Art14, and got plenty of attention from the press. Time Out spotted (they were hard to miss) Choi Jeong-hwa’s huge collection of colourful pieces which looked like giant hubble-bubbles, installed at Hong Kong’s Pearl Lam Galleries. Also recommended in the same article was 43 Inverness […]

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Bankable and emerging Korean artists at Art13: London’s latest international art fair

by Philip Gowman 8 March 2013
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To a casual observer, there might already seem to be a wide range of art fairs in London. The season starts with the London Art Fair in January and finishes with the Frieze in October. In between there’s plenty of smaller shows to keep various parts of the market satisfied. So launching a completely new […]

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Of Origin and Future: an I-MYU exhibition in Cork Street

by Events Editor 6 November 2008
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As part of Asian Art in London I-MYU Projects is holding a special exhibition in Mayfair’s Cork Street entitled “Of Origin and Future”.

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Of The Outer World at I-MYU

by Events Editor 2 April 2008
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Of The Outer World 10 — 29 April 2008 Zadok Ben-David / Duck Yong Kim Tuesday-Saturday 12-6pm or by appointment I-MYU-Projects is pleased to announce Of The Outer World, the fifth exhibition at its Charlotte Road gallery. Bringing together the work of British-Israeli artist, Zadok Ben-David with that of Korean artist Duck Yong Kim, the […]

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Exhibition visit: To the furthest verge

by Philip Gowman 17 October 2007
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I-MYU’s new gallery space was launched last week with a show by two Korean and one Korean-American artist. The gallery itself is situated in the slightly unfashionable north-east fringes of the City. Unfashionable at least from the perspective of us City types, but if your eyes stray slightly northwards on the map from I-MYU’s street […]

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