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Touched by Light and Dreams – a talk at Gallery Rosenfeld

A discussion to mark the end of Bongsu Park’s and Shuster + Moseley’s current exhibitions at Gallery Rosenfeld. Touched by Light and Dreams Renee Pfister in conversation with Bongsu Park and Shuster + Moseley Saturday 12 February 2022, 3pm – 4pm gallery rosenfeld | 37 Rathbone Street | London W1T 1NZ | galleryrosenfeld.com Register via Eventbrite gallery … [Read More]

Social Matters through Dream Sharing

Bongsu Park’s Dream Auction project comes to its conclusion: Social Matters through Dream Sharing: A Dream Symposium and Dream Auction 1 – 20 November 2021, online and at Rosenfeld Gallery We invite you to join a ‘collaboration through dreams’. This is between artists, a poet, social science, a fine art auction house and an expert … [Read More]

Bongsu Park + haihm: Dream Wave, at Rosenfeld Porcini

Following their appearance at Cafe OTO earlier in the week, haihm and Bongsu Park have an evening focused on their latest work at Rosenfeld Porcini. Dream Wave Supported by The Bagri Foundation Friday 15 November 2019, 7:30-9:00pm Rosenfeld Porcini | 37 Rathbone Street | London W1T 1NZ | rosenfeldporcini.com Tickets £10 | Book your tickets … [Read More]

Bongsu Park in Rosenfeld Porcini group show: Contemplating the Spiritual

Rosenfeld Porcini’s upcoming group show has an international cast of artists including London-based Korean artist Bongsu Park. Contemplating the Spiritual in Contemporary Art rosenfeld porcini | 37 Rathbone Street | London W1T 1NZ | rosenfeldporcini.com 7 June – 13 July 2019 Private View: Thursday 6 June 2019 | 6.30–8.30 pm Opening Hours: Monday – Friday … [Read More]

Bongsu Park’s Dream Auction

Last year, Bongsu Park’s Internal Library project culminated in a fascinating and thought-provoking sequence of events in which members of the public were invited to share some of their most private thoughts – dreams, memories, secrets – which were then woven into a set of public performance at Notting Hill’s Print Room. Out of that … [Read More]