Korean artists at the 2015 London Art Fair

We’ve already posted about the artists being shown by Hanmi Gallery (Projects space, stand 9: Kim Chang-kyum and Mioon) and by CAIS / Skipwiths (Main hall, stand 35: Choi So-young, Chun Kwang-young, Chung Doo-hwa, Kim Ha-young, Lah Sun-young and Park Hyo-jin). In addition to those galleries, Shine Artists (Main hall, stand G25) will be showing […]

An evening at the London Art Fair 2014

London Art Fair can usually be relied upon to show a range of Korean contemporary artists for a number of galleries. This year we’re sure we must have missed some of the artists showing as we didn’t have time to do a trawl of the whole exhibition. Instead we focused on the galleries we knew […]

Keane’s 3rd Album: the Korean connection

A bit of trivia which I picked up when visiting HADA Contemporary’s current mini retrospective of Gwon Osang’s work. Gwon’s Deodorant Type series consists of 3-D sculptures made up of 2-D photographs of his models pasted on to a basic human form and then finished with high-gloss resin. It is the series of work for […]

White Rain at Union Gallery

It’s been a while since Union Gallery featured a Korean show. Nice to see them back, with two artists who specialise in site-specific work. WHITE RAIN 02/06/2012 – 14/07/2012 ‘WHITE RAIN’ presents a collaborative work by MINAE KIM and SOONHAK KWON. Exhibiting together in the same room, the artists individually approach diverse spatial questions within […]

Soonhak Kwon in Union Teesdale group show

Soonhak Kwon, who recently participated in the Sasapari exhibition at the Bargehouse, will be at Union Teesdale this month: WALLS Rut Blees Luxemburg, Shane Bradford, Soonhak Kwon and Brian Reed Private View 08/04/11 6-9pm Exhibition dates: 09/04/11 – 08/05/11 UNION is pleased to present Walls – a group exhibition featuring works by Rut Blees Luxemburg, […]

Korean artists at the 2011 London Art Fair

The annual London Art Fair kicks off tonight in Islington, and as usual you won’t have to look far to find Korean artists represented there. First up, I-MYU, who have been presenting young Korean artists to a London audience since 2007, will be showing the work of Shan Hur. “When I see construction sites in […]

Kang Eemyun in Union Gallery group show

It’s been a while since Union Gallery had a Korean artist showing, but their current group exhibition features Kang Eemyun. “THE MOUNTAIN WHERE WHALES ONCE LIVED 09/10/10 – 14/11/10 UNION is pleased to announce ‘The Mountain where Whales Once Lived’ a group exhibition with artists Eemyun Kang, Alisa Margolis, Dolly Thompsett and Suling Wang. Eemyun […]

Cold Cell in the Old Police Station

Notice of an interesting exhibition put on by the Union Gallery. 19 December 2009 – 10 January 2010 UNION at the OLD POLICE STATION, 114 Amersham Street, London SE14 6LG The exhibition will take place in the prison cells and ground floor gallery space of a now disused police station. Like the title already suggests, […]

A Family in Disguise at Union Teesdale

Notice of an exhibition starting on Saturday at Union Teesdale Street: Yu Jin-young: A Family in Disguise 4th October – 1st November 2008 UNION | 94 Teesdale Street | London E2 6PU Opening hours: contact the gallery for details UNION Teesdale Street is pleased to announce the solo exhibition A FAMILY IN DISGUISE by Yu […]

Impossible landscapes: two exhibitions by Lim Taek and Lee Sea-hyun

Recently in London we’ve seen two seemingly very different responses to traditional Korean and Chinese landscape painting. In March we had Lim Taek (임택) at I-MYU; just finished at Union we had Lee Sea-hyun (이세현). Both artists portray the familiar mountains, the occasional ancient pavilion dotting the landscape. But Lim’s mountains are simple blocks of […]