Song Bada (송바다)

Some LKL followers may remember Bada Song’s performance-cum-exhibition at Mokspace earlier this year. The weekend has been documented in a book which will be launched on 31 October. The event will feature a screening of a video of the event earlier this year, plus drinks, discussion, reading and a planned intervention by a political performance […]

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Bada Song’s CASH or SMASH Cornflake Sale, at Mokspace

by Events Editor 8 March 2015
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An intriguing performance-cum-exhibition coming up at Mokspace on the weekend of Mothering Sunday. Bada Song’s CASH or SMASH Cornflake Sale Performance / Event at MOKSPACE 2015 by Bada Song Sat 14th & Sun 15th March 2015, 10 am – 6 pm 33, Museum Street, London WC1A 1LH For the weekend of 14th 15th March 2015 […]

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Bada Song: This Way & That, at Asia House

by Events Editor 11 December 2014
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News of a show by Bada Song this month at Asia House: Bada Song: This Way & That Asia House | 63 New Cavendish St | London W1G 7LP | http://asiahouse.org 16 – 19 December 2014 09.00 – 18.00 Update: exhibition extended till 9 January 2015. Opening reception (registration required) 16 December 18:30 – 20:30 […]

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Bada Song: Noon Shadows, at the new Tea Museum Art Space and Cafe, opening on 10 Nov

by Events Editor 9 November 2014
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10 November 2014 sees the launch of an interesting Anglo-Korean venture: The Tea Museum Art Space and Cafe. The brainchild of David and Jade Kilburn, the venture is based close to the Changdeokgung, at 61 Changdeokgung-gil: The cake counter looks as if it deserves some serious attention: and you can buy specially blended tea while […]

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Bada Song: Ta-iL, at the Agency Gallery

by Events Editor 2 February 2014
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News of an exhibition by Bada Song at the Agency Gallery this month: Bada Song: Ta-iL the Agency Gallery, 66 Evelyn Street London SE8 5DD, www.theagencygallery.co.uk 25th Jan 2014 – 1st March 2014 Preview 24th January, 6-9pm Wed-Sat 10.30am – 6pm Last Fridays of the Month 10.30am – 8pm The Agency is pleased to present […]

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Cha’s portrait remains in fragments

by Philip Gowman 8 December 2013
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What is one supposed to do when a scary woman in a white hoody comes up to you and declaims an impenetrable text at you in a threatening manner? Well, what we all did at the opening evening of the group show at the KCC which pays tribute to the artist Teresa Hak Kyung Cha, […]

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Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951-82): a portrait in fragments

by Events Editor 22 September 2013
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I really struggled with Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s book Dictée when I read it a few ears ago. But I’m not one to give up easily, and I’m hoping that this upcoming exhibition will provide another way in to this multi-faceted artist. Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951-82): a portrait in fragments 24 Sep – 26 […]

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Exhibition visit: 오방색 O Bang Saek – the KAA’s fifth residency at the KCC

by Philip Gowman 3 August 2013
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With the KAA residency at the KCC having become a regular annual fixture in the latter’s calendar, it is possible for the organisers to plan with greater certainty, more secure in the knowledge that there will be a space ready to showcase their talents. The fifth such programme fell in the fifth year of the […]

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Bada Song at The Agency Gallery

by Events Editor 17 September 2012
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Bada Song has a solo exhibition at The Agency gallery in Deptford, 21 September – 20 October. Congratulations are also due to Song, who has just won second prize in the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012 – the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. Bada Song: Body and Shelter […]

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Exhibition Visit: Delayed Sojourn – London, home away from home

by Philip Gowman 4 December 2011
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It was good to see the KCC so busy on a Saturday afternoon. The attraction was the Korean Artists Association’s one-week exhibition: Delayed Sojourn – London, home away from home. And while there was plenty to enjoy inside, it was an unusual exhibit in the window that was drawing people in: 48 small glass bowls, […]

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Curating Creations, Perceiving Patterns and Building Bonds

by Beccy Kennedy 19 August 2010
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Beccy Kennedy reviews the Invisible Bonds exhibition at the KCC The latest exhibition at the Korean Cultural Centre, Invisible Bonds, explores the unobvious unions which continue to develop between Korean artists and British people, places and spaces. It is the annual show from the Korean Artists Association UK and it aims to build on and […]

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Present from the Past: meet the artists

by Events Editor 3 July 2010
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The Korean Cultural Centre UK will be hosting an Artists’ Talk to go with the current exhibition: Present from the Past: the 60th Commemoration of the Korean War on 9 July, 2010. Participating artists will be invited for the talk and each will introduce their portfolio including the work submitted for this exhibition. A Q&A […]

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Song from the roof-top

by Beccy Kennedy 3 February 2007
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Bada Song’s Installation Piece at “So-Called Life” exhibition, Camberwell College of Arts, 11 January – 9 February 2007. Review by Beccy Kennedy The photographs and installation art works displayed in the foyer of the Camberwell College of Arts for “So-called Life” are challenging of our expectations of the exhibition space and also perhaps of our […]

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