Koh Sang Woo: Borderlines, at James Freeman Gallery

The first new exhibition of 2018: Borderlines Koh Sang Woo | Olivia Kemp | Stephen Walter James Freeman Gallery | 354 Upper Street | Islington | London N1 0PD | www.jamesfreemangallery.com 11 Jan 2018 to 3 Feb 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday 11 January, 6:30 – 8:30pm Tuesday – Saturday, 11 – 6:30 To welcome in […]

A review of the London Korean Year 2010

LKL tries to sum up the London Korean cultural year. Live music Possibly the most disappointing thing about 2010 has been the number of top-flight Korean musicians who have been passing through London but not stopping to do a sensible gig there. Biuret played at a private industry showcase before heading off to Southampton – […]

Suh Do-ho doubles estimate

The Christie’s sales of Korean artworks – and photography in particular – which took place on 1 July had mixed results. While the more expensive pieces made their estimates – and in the case of Suh Do-ho’s Some / One the hammer price came in at twice the estimate – some of the more entry-level […]

Ideal Worlds at Sesame Art

I must apologise to the folks at the Sesame gallery in Islington for failing to post this events notice earlier. IDEAL WORLDS South Korean Contemporary Art Koh Sang Woo – Luca Sangjun Kim – Gee Song 4 June – 3 July 2009 Opening Reception: Thursday 4 June 6-8pm Speeding into the future, full throttle, firing […]

Distinctively Korean sales at Christie’s

Coinciding with the interest in Korean art being generated by the Korean Eye: Moon Generation exhibition in the Saatchi gallery, Christie’s are holding an auction of contemporary photography on 1 July, in a sale which includes several Koreans who have featured on the pages of LKL. Probably the most eminent of the photographers represented is […]