The art projects were sponsored by Hyundai Motor Company.
The Ilmin Museum of Art introduces the currents of contemporary visual culture. The Ilmin Museum of Art consists of three exhibition halls—one on each of its floors—as well as lecture hall, documentary archives, and other exhibition-related spaces. Through producing exhibitions on national and international current, public, and contemporary visual culture, the Ilmin Museum of Art seeks to create a dynamic platform for the discussion and understanding of the aesthetic values our time and people.
Incheon Art Platform (IAP, formally Jung-gu Arts and Cultural Center) is a multiplex cultural arts center located in Haen-dong, Jung-gu. The site was purchased and developed by Incheon Metropolitan City, and is transforming the turn of the century structures and nearby buildings as part of the old downtown restoration project. IAP operates under the patronage of the Incheon Arts and Culture Foundation with the artists-in-residency program at its core. The program fosters the creation of new art by supporting artists and research scholars from a variety of backgrounds.
Incheon Foundation for Arts and Culture was established to build Incheon into a cultural city of international standard through a variety of cultural businesses. As a non-profit foundation, we are developing Incheon into a city of rich and diverse cultural arts, as well as, into a center of cultural exchange for all of East Asia.
Insa Art Space(IAS) started as an art exhibition space to support the careers of promising young artists. In the year 2000, IAS merged and integrated into Arko Art Center in 2009. Since then, IAS has been supporting new artists and independent curators through art contests and has been playing the role of an incubator and networking hub for young promising artists.
Instant Roof introduces contemporary visual arts with a tiny wall and the blue screen.
Jeju Culture & Art Foundation, established in 2001, is a non-profit foundation for promoting Jeju island’s culture and art. As the most important contributor to the development of culture of Jeju, it is running various projects for developing cultural policies, supporting artists and their welfare, cultural exchange, culture and art education, and so on. JCAF provides international artist residency since 2017.
KACES founded in 2005, is a public agency under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea. It was first established in accordance with the Support for Arts and Culture Education Act. Through systematic and comprehensive support for arts and culture education, KACES aims to create an environment where all Koreans are able to receive arts and culture education in their daily lives. It also endeavors to open up opportunities for creative activities and a vibrant cultural life for the welfare of Korean citizens.
Founded in 2006, the KAMS concentrates on provision of supports and services related to international exchange, and on enhancement of the competitiveness of the Korean performing arts. Especially, the KAMS offers diverse research, consulting and educational programs for those in the field to boost the industrial competitiveness of the Korean arts. For that purpose, the KAMS forms various exchange strategies tailored for different regions, and helps tap on overseas markets through its network of international partners.
K-ART MARKET, which was launched on January 2016, is supposed to function as an online information system to provide various information and database about the fine arts traded by auction companies, galleries and art fairs in Korea. K-ART MARKET contains data and statistics about more than 30 thousand fine art works which were traded by local auction companies, and provides analytic market trends and other valuable information to users. At this website, the market size and other statistics of fine art market are available, and remarkable trend and big data issues may be searched by genre in depth.