Shinuk Suh: Post-Human Syndrome, at Beers London

Thanks to Jason Verney for pointing out an online exhibition I had missed. Shinuk Suh participates in an exhibition delayed from last summer because of Covid restrictions. There’s a lovely set of installation shots of Suh’s work taken by Damien Griffiths, showing new and recent work with a monochrome flavour. Shinuk Suh: Post-Human Syndrome Beers […]

A review of the Korean cultural year 2020

It would be an understatement to say that the cultural year 2020 has been markedly different from previous years. The pandemic has had a huge impact on the cultural scene, with most live events cancelled and event promoters falling back on the internet to provide us with our cultural fixes. Some of these attempts have […]

Connect, BTS art projects in London, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Seoul, New York

For full details of the projects organised under the CONNECT, BTS umbrella visit the official website, www.connect-bts.com, which explains that: CONNECT, BTS is a global project to connect five cities and twenty-two artists, each of whom contributes their unique philosophy and imagination to it. This project aims to redefine the relationships between art and music, […]

A round-up of three early January exhibitions

LKL visits three solo shows in the first two weeks of 2020: Suh Shinuk, Song Gin-young and Kang Jungsuck. Hopefully we’ll get to Tate Modern to see the big Nam June Paik exhibition before it closes. Suh Shinuk: Man(u)fractured Suh Shinuk’s Man(u)fractured has been extended for a week, to 18 January. It’s well worth a […]

Tai-Jung Um: Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park

This year’s Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park includes a work by veteran Korean sculptor Tai-jung Um: Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park London’s largest free display of outdoor art returns from 3 July to 6 October, featuring more than 20 international artists Regent’s Park (southeast corner) 3 July – 6 October 2019 The English Gardens will […]

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 […]

Gallery: Shinuk Suh in Invisible Balance

Shinuk Suh’s first solo show at Daniel Benjamin Gallery is a product of social media: the gallery told me that they discovered Shinuk’s work on Instagram, were captivated by it, and decided to offer him a solo show. It’s amazing that such lucky breaks can happen, but based on the work on show the artist […]