Hong Sungchul: Solid but Fluid, at HADA Contemporary

News of HADA Contemporary’s July show: Hong Sungchul: Solid But Fluid HADA CONTEMPORARY | 21 VYNER STREET 5 – 25 JULY 2012 OPENING RECEPTION 5 JULY 2012 6:00-9:00pm HADA Contemporary is proud to present the first UK solo exhibition of the critically acclaimed South Korean artist, Hong Sungchul. The artist has developed a wide-ranging body […]

Exhibition visit: Park Seungmo — A Present Moment at HADA Contemporary, Vyner Street

Park Seungmo : A Present Moment at HADA CONTEMPORARY, Vyner Street A review by Eunjung Shin Vyner Street is one of London’s must-visit places for contemporary art and has recently added Korean contemporary gallery, HADA CONTEMPORARY to its list of galleries. (The quiet street was very different from the one I remebered from the first […]

Korean Contemporary Art at Moorhouse

I popped into this exhibition on the way home from work earlier this week. It’s good to see art in an environment that is slightly less artificial than a gallery space. Lee Jae-hyo’s tables (pictured) looked particularly good in the reception area of this office building, just next to Moorgate tube. Also looking natural on […]

Hada Contemporary Summer Show 2011

News of an upcoming group exhibition featuring five young Korean artists: Hada Contemporary downstairs at Albermarle Gallery. Meanwhile upstairs at the Albemarle is their annual Summer Collective which includes Korean artists and Albemarle regulars Kim Yeon and Lee Jaehyo. Hada Contemporary Summer Show 2011 Kim Hyuenjun | Lee Horyon | Park Jihye | Yoon Byungwoon […]

Exhibition visit: Embracing the Void

South Korea has received a crash course in modernity in recent years. Through Japanese occupation, the Korean war, democratisation, industrialisation and globalisation, Korea has had to adapt, and fast. High rises now abound throughout the otherwise romantic landscape of majestic, pine covered mountains populated with sprinklings of traditional slope roofed, wooden homes. One imagines Korea […]