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Climatization: Field Notes from the Short 10 Years (2000-2012) of Art and Making Things Public in Korea

Category Book
Editor/s Binna Choi, Charles Esche, Beck Jee-sook, Youngchul Lee, Bo-Seon Shim, Sung Won Kim, Haegue Yang, Eungie Joo
Writer/s Binna Choi, Charles Esche, Beck Jee-sook, Youngchul Lee, Bo-Seon Shim, Sung Won Kim, Haegue Yang, Eungie Joo
Publisher Kim Sunyoung, President of Korean Management Service
Desctiption This book is the second edition of a series focusing on modern and contemporary art in South Korea. It follows the first edition which focused on Korean Dansaekhwa, and draws a tangent line across the trajectory of Dansaekhwa as a genre. Without putting it in opposition to Dansaekhwa, this book looks at art or rather the field of art in a period or time when its “counter part”, so-called Minjung Art, came to be re-assessed by the following generations of artists, curators, critics and others at a time when it underwent extensive institutionalization-and internationalization-in the name of making it public. _ From the Editorial by Binna Choi
Chapter Heading/s 1. Editorial_Binna Choi
2. “...We won’t use guns, we won’t use bombs, we’ll use the one thing we’ve got more of, that’s our minds...”_Charles Esche
3. Minjung Art in the Year of 2005, or the Year 2005 in Minjung Art_Beck Jee-sook
4. Urban Development and Art ? 2005 Anyang Public Art Project_Youngchul Lee
5. Alternative Art Spaces as a System: Independent Survival Game? Rational Choice? Or Something Else?_Bo-Seon Shim
6. Korea 2009: Situation the Contemporary Art Scene_Sung Won Kim
7. A Conversation_Haegue Yang and Eungie Joo
Language English
No. of Pages 143
Year of Publication 2016
Keyword/s Korean Contemporary Art, Anthology, Minjung Art, Public, Anyang Public Art Project, Alternative Art Space, Binna Choi, Charles Esche, Beck Jee-sook, Youngchul Lee, Bo-Seon Shim, Sung Won Kim, Haegue Yang, Eungie Joo
Sub-category Anthology
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