Co-organised with KADIST, Frequencies of Tradition at Guangdong Times Museum upends static notions of tradition, with works by 19 artists, researchers, and filmmakers uncovering histories and futures that charge evolving trajectories.
Co-organised with KADIST, Frequencies of Tradition at Guangdong Times Museum upends static notions of tradition, with works by 19 artists, r..
In her largest solo presentation to date in Korea, the artist conjures up a hybrid sensibility ? familiar yet foreign, inscrutable yet obvio..
Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s solo exhibition at Lehmann Maupin in London harnesses polyester and steel to collapse time and place into the here..
Tate St Ives in Cornwall, England, is presenting “Strange Attractors,” South Korean artist Haegue Yang’s largest UK exhibition to date. The ..
《Art Plant Asia 2020: Hare Way Object》 took place at Deoksugung Palace in the middle of a long, peaceful autumn that felt like a reward amid..
Artificial intelligence is beginning to affect multiple realms of our lives, and its influence on the field of art cannot be underestimated...
In 2005, Lee Bul turned her attention to the 'utopian shadows' cast by modernist architectures, from Joseph Paxton's Crystal Palace, the sta..
St Ives, the charming Cornish port town and artist’s mecca has just experienced an invasion. This year, it’s not the herds of art-hunting, s..
For Koo Jeong A, a diaspora artist who has lived a vagabond life adopting the whole world as her stage and place of residence - from the Cen..
People in Korea often call the years ending with even numbers “the biennial years.” This year, 2020, is of course one of them. Among Korea’s..
Not quite a painting show, not quite a show of sculpture, not quite a show embodying an installation, Korean artist Park Kyung Ryul’s Tense ..
Jesse Chun interrogates systems of power, which necessitates an interrogation of language. English, the “common” or “universal” tongue, is o..