Photography’s New “It” Girls

An upcoming group photography show which includes work by Lee Sunju, whom you will have come across before at Sasapari and elsewhere. Photography’s New “It” Girls: 2011 Güler Ates / Chloë Østmo / Sunju Lee/ Yu Xiao / Tereza Vlčková 10th May – 21st May 2011 (Private View: Tuesday, 10th May, 6 – 8.30pm) at […]

The Fashion of the Korean Street

If I was in Seoul this weekend I’d be heading off to the show of street photography by Michael Hurt of FeetManSeoul and Scribblings of the Metropolitician: The Fashion of the Korean Street Time: 27 April at 12:00 – 29 April at 21:00 Location: Cafe Bene in Chungmuro (Chungmuro Station, Exit #5) Opening Reception from […]

Autumn Show: Mimi Youn – Mememimi

News of a solo photography show currently on in central London, by Slade-trained Korean Mimi Youn. Autumn Show: Mimi Youn – Mememimi Exhibition Dates: 4th September – 23rd October 2010 Viewings by appointment from Tuesday to Saturday at any time To make an appointment contact: tel.: +44 (0) 7920 520 777 Central London gallery […]

Exhibition: Christopher Barrett – SEOUL 2 B

News of a Korea-related photographic exhibition in Commercial Road, starting this Thursday, 3 June: Christopher Barrett – SEOUL 2 B 03 Jun – 26 Jun 2010 photo-space gallery A visually powerful photographic journey of eastern intrigue across land and sea starting in South Korea with the desire to enter one of the most talked about, […]

Jo Seong-hee at Canary Wharf

Regular visitors to this site may be familiar with the work of photographer Jo Seong-hee. As well as photo essay of Korean traditional dancer Yi Chuljin composed for this site, she has exhibited in various places including a group photography show at the Photo-Space Gallery in Commercial Road: Uncertain States. In Uncertain States, Jo exhibited […]

Photo Essay: Yin and Yang in Korean Dance

Jo Seong-hee captures Yi Chuljin and Nam Youngho in rehearsal with some stunning images. Text by the editor. In a carefully-planned and stimulating collaboration at Roehampton, Yi Chuljin and Nam Youngho presented an evening of balances and contrasts, explicitly referencing Yin and Yang on several layers. Most obviously, we had a male and a female […]