If you're heading to Seoul for the Korea International Art Fair 2017, then here are some exhibitions you shouldn't miss! It is a perfect oppotunity to see what is happening in the local art scene, as well as visit the beautiful gallery spaces.
How's the weather tomorrow?
13 July - 27 September 2017
A solo exhibition by Wonwoo Lee, 'How’s the weather tomorrow is the second solo exhibition of the artist at the PKM Gallery since 2013, and shows about 10 recent sculptural and video works by the artist.
"Hidden clover (yellow)" (2017) by Wonwoo Lee
Image courtesy of the artist and PKM Gallery
Paper, Ink and Fire: After the Process
1 September - 10 October 2017
Minjung Kim presents approximately thirty representative works, all of which are a culmination of Kim's experimentations with Hanji, the Korean mulberry paper, and ink, as well as fire.
"Predestination" (2013) by Minjung Kim
Image courtesy of the artist and Gallery Hyundai
Bernard Aubertin, Carlos Rolon (DZINE), Hodeuk Kim, Hyungmin Moon, J Park, Seungjoo Kim, Tchunmo Nam, Unkyung Hur
1 September - 20 October 2017
A group exhibition that engages with the black, featuring works by Korean, as well as international artists.
An installation view of 'Beautiful Black' at Leeahn Gallery
Image courtesy of Leeahn Gallery
5 September - 26 September 2017
A solo exhibition on Kang Min-young featuring her iconic zoo and botanical paintings.
"lay out-scene 1" (2016) by Kang Min-young
Image courtesy of the artist and Gallery Koo
Tears of Chiwen
6 September - 15 November 2017
Sun Xun’s first solo exhibition in Korea, 'Tears of Chiwen', will show around 20 works including a site-specific scroll painting as well as other paintings, installation, and video works.
An installation view of 'Tears of Chiwen' at Arario Gallery
Image courtesy of Arario Gallery
Mist and Frost
7 September - 30 September 2017
An exhibition of a body of work by Kang Honggoo based on a bus journey through Goyang City in Korea, where Kang took pictures based on his observations of the mist in Ogeum Dong and Sinnwon.
"Mist and Frost 2" by Honggoo Kang
Image courtesy of the artist and One and J Gallery
more Light: Diagram of the sperm whale
22 September - 25 November 2017
An exhibition of Korean artist Ligying's installations that combine installation, plane figure, and sculpture.
An installation view of "I can see your halo #scene 04" (2017) by Ligying
Image courtesy of the artist and Songeun Artspace
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