Exhibition: Ways to Experience, at the KCC

The KCC’s next exhibition is the outcome of the annual open call for artists: Ways to Experience 11 June – 6 July 2019 Korean Cultural Centre UK | Grand Buildings | 1–3 Strand | London WC2N 5BW | kccuk.org.uk (Main Entrance on Northumberland Avenue) Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00–18:00 | Saturday 11:00–17:00 (Closed Sundays) […]

Yva Jung: Monday Morning – at Departure Lounge, Luton

Yva Jung, who won the KCCUK’s 2015 Open Call, has been developing further the ideas explored in her 2015 exhibition. We look forward to the upcoming solo exhibition at Departure Lounge. Yva Jung: Monday Morning 30 May – 13 July 2019 Departure Lounge | Storefront | 64 Bute Street | Luton LU1 2EY | www.departure-lounge.org.uk […]

Kimsooja: To Breathe, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

As part of Yorkshire Sculpture International, Kimsooja has transformed an historic chapel with an enthralling new installation at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Related events are A curator-led tour around Kimsooja’s To Breathe installation and works by Damien Hirst on 22 June An artist talk by Kimsooja on 18 July An opportunity to get inside Kimsooja’s A […]

DPRK Revolutionary Poster Art Exhibition

The UK Korean Friendship (part of the worldwide Korean Friendship Association with over 17,000 members around the world) is holding its second DPRK revolutionary poster exhibition on the 27th and 28th of April at the 5th Base Gallery in East London The exhibition is on a slightly larger scale than last year. There will be […]

Take a Moment: A selection of Korean Crafts

Han Collection’s exhibition coinciding with London Craft Week: Take a Moment: A selection of Korean Crafts Han Collection | 33 Museum Street | Bloomsbury | London WC1A 1LH | www.hancollection.co.uk Wed 8 May – Sun 12 May 2019, 11:00 – 18:00. Extended to 31 May. Register via Eventbrite The Han Collection invites you to our […]

Jukhee Kwon in October Gallery 40th Birthday celebration

October Gallery, founded in 1979, has pioneered the development of what it calls the Transvangarde – the trans-cultural avant-garde. They are having a special exhibition to celebrate their 40th birthday. Jukhee Kwon will be one of the artists exhibiting: Dream No Small Dream Celebrating 40 Years of the Transvangarde 11 April – 25 May 2019 […]

Lee Jaehyo + Kim Bumsu @Pontone Gallery

A new artist for Pontone Gallery, alongside a well established one: Lee Jaehyo + Kim Bumsu 12 April – 5 May 2019 Pontone Gallery | 43 Cadogan Gardens | London SW3 2TB | +44 20 7730 8777 | pontonegallery.art Monday – Saturday 10-6pm | Sunday by appointment Kim Bumsu: Sacred Cinema Pontone Gallery is proud […]

VIDAK 2019 Korean Visual Design Exhibition

Late notice of an exhibition of work by Korean designers at the University of Westminster’s Harrow campus: VIDAK 2019 Korean Visual Design Exhibition London Gallery West University of Westminster Harrow Campus | Watford Road | Northwick Park Roundabout | Harrow HA1 3TP Tuesday 2 April – Sunday 14 April | 9am – 5pm | Admission […]

Minhwa: The Beauty of Korean Folk Paintings @KCCUK

The KCCUK’s second exhibition of the year focuses on folk art: Minhwa: The Beauty of Korean Folk Paintings 5 April–18 May 2019 Korean Cultural Centre UK | 1-3 Strand | London WC2N 5BW Opening Reception: Thursday 4 April 2019, 5–7pm. RSVP required: info@kccuk.org.uk Minhwa Class: Friday 5 April 2019, 6–8pm. RSVP required: info@kccuk.org.uk The Korean […]

Kingston School of Art and Royal School of Needlework collaborate with Hanbok Advancement Centre

The first stage of an innovative collaboration between the Hanbok Advancement Centre, Kingston School of Art and the Royal School of Needlework had its first public exhibition last week at Kingston University’s Stanley Picker Gallery. The collaboration was the brainchild of Justina Jang, who through Korean British Cultural Exchange shares Korean culture with London and […]

Hanbok-inspired fashion on show in Kingston University

An international project in which the Royal School of Needlework collaborated with the Korean Hanbok Advancement Centre, KBCE and Kingston University, has offered a unique opportunity for students to create exhibitable works which creatively reinterpreted elements of the traditional Korean dress (Hanbok) using both traditional and contemporary hand embroidery techniques. The finished pieces by Kingston […]