Asia Triennial Manchester

Asia Triennial Manchester has come round again, with two weeks of contemporary art from around Asia. The event was last held in 2014, with a focus on China, which somewhat squeezed any Korean interest out of the programme. ATM18: Where are you from? No, where are you really from? 5 – 21 October 2018, Manchester www.atm.mmu.ac.uk […]

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Korean artists at Asia Triennial Manchester 2011

by Events Editor 27 September 2011
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The second Asia Triennial Manchester commences in October, with plenty of Korean interest: Junebum Park 19 November – 5 December CUBE Gallery Junebum Park is an artist based in Korea. Through a clever shift of perspective, Junebum transforms the most ordinary of environments into extraordinary scenes in which the artist’s hands interfere with the forces […]

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Manchester CUBE is now ‘To Let’ courtesy of Junebum Park

by Events Editor 2 September 2011
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LKL has long been a fan of video artist Junebum Park. He will be appearing at the Asia Triennial in Manchester which starts in October. In the meanwhile, there’s an experimental event at CUBE – the Centre for the Urban Built Environment: one of Europe’s most exciting art, architecture and design centres, dedicated to broadcasting […]

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Korea, Manchester and the International Art Triennial

by Beccy Kennedy 26 April 2008
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Beccy Kennedy reports Britain’s first Triennial of Asian Art launched earlier this month, when a gaggle of global art goers gathered in the grandiose foyer and atrium of Manchester Art Gallery to preview the outstanding art installations from Korea. Of the five Asian countries selected by galleries in Manchester: China, India, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, […]

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Korean Links in Manchester

by Beccy Kennedy 6 February 2008

Beccy Kennedy, PhD candidate in contemporary Asian art at MIRIAD, and LKL’s visual arts correspondent, writes to remind us that London is not the only place in the UK to get your fix of Korean culture. If you don’t already live here and have ever felt like paying a visit to Britain’s birthplace of the […]

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