Yoon Sang-yoon

Fifty three young Korean artists in one place, 2010’s 4482 exhibition is its third and biggest ever incarnation. The initiative’s name is drawn from the UK’s and South Korea’s international dialling codes (+44 and +82 respectively) and focuses on young Korean artistic talent based in the London area. In many cases the artists are students, […]


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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Ways of Seeing at I-MYU

by Events Editor 5 January 2010
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I-MYU’s 2010 exhibition season starts with a two-parter curated by Gunwoo Shin, who is also one of the participating artists. Ways of Seeing Part I: Opening reception : 7th January 2010 6-8pm 7 – 27 January 2010 Heena Kim | Jihye Park | Jung-Ouk Hong | Soonhak Kwon | Tina Hage Part II: Opening reception […]

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Supervisions at the KCC

by Events Editor 2 December 2009
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Notice of the Cultural Centre’s latest exhibition. Supervisions: UK Korean Artists Exhibition Dates: 4 December 2009 – 6 February 2010 CHUNG Daun | CHUNG Jae Yeon | HONG Kiwon | HONG Kyu | HONG Seung-pyo | JEE Mina | KANG Sangbin | KIM A Young | KIM Hwang | KIM Hyo Myoung | LEE Kyu-seon […]

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De-familiarisation at Nolias Gallery

by Events Editor 2 September 2009
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News of a one-week group exhibition in Nolias Gallery in Southwark. Exhibition notes below are © the exhibition’s curator Anna miyoung Kim “Defamiliarization” Hun Kim; Changhwan Park; Gunwoo Shin; Sangyoon Yoon Curated by Anna miyoung Kim 10th Sep 2009 – 15th Sep 2009 Opening event: Wed 9th Sep 2009 6-8pm “The purpose of art is […]

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The Birth of the YKABs (Young Korean Artists in Britain)!

by Beccy Kennedy 21 October 2008
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‘4482: Korean Contemporary Artists London’ exhibition, 16th – 19th October. Seminar, ‘How to promote Korean Art Abroad,’ 18th October 2008. Both at Bargehouse, Southwark. Report by Beccy Kennedy Take forty contemporary artists, a fervent independent curator, an unexpected art space, four floors of art works in throngs of media and genres, and a thriving spot […]

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4482 2008: 40 Emerging Korean artists in one place

by Events Editor 10 October 2008
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We all knew that there were a fair number of Korean artists living in London. But forty? Where did they all come from? And, actually, there’s more than forty, because none of the artists I know personally are participating (or if they are, they’ve kept a Korean-style vow of secrecy about it). But 40 Korean […]

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Jung at Heart – a review of the Korean exhibition Eo Ulim

by Beccy Kennedy 17 September 2007
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Beccy Kennedy reviews an exhibition of Korean artists in Finchley, North London, September 2007, and interviews two of the artists. Work by Jung-mi Bae, Chul-won Kwak and Sang-yoon Yoon.

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Exhibition: Eo-Ulim / In Harmony

by Events Editor 30 August 2007

I’ve just received information about an exhibition by young Korean artists working in London, to be held in Finchley in a few weeks’ time. The exhibition title is Eo-Ulim / In Harmony and the venue is the Arts Depot, 5 Nether Street, Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley, N12 0GA (Map). Here’s an extract from their […]

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