Art Delight Gallery was established in 2018 by Director Eunju Choi, who is also the founder of the art agency Art Delight. Both the gallery and agency are dedicated to furthering the practice of contemporary art and promoting emerging talents in the Korean and international art market by bridging the distance between art and the general public.Read More
Located at the heart of Seoul, Art Delight Gallery has a strong focus on the works of emerging and established Korean artists.
Art Delight Gallery Exhibitions & Art Fairs
Art Delight Gallery regularly organises solo exhibitions that offer an insight into the varied facets of contemporary art. Jon Burgerman’s World: Be Yourself (2019) featured the British-born artist’s vibrantly-coloured drawings and designs, rendered in a cartoonish style. In Shines in the Dark (2020), Jeong Zikseong showed her reinterpretations of the traditional mother-of-pearl lacquer technique as works on hemp cloth.
The gallery has also held group exhibitions such as For the Picture is Vast (2019), which brought together the work of nine Korean artists, and The Portrait of Korean Pop Culture (2020), a curated exhibition organised by the publisher group Superellipse.
Promoting contemporary Korean art overseas, Art Delight Gallery has participated in international art fairs such as Art Busan and ArtAsia. In 2020, it was one of the four Seoul-based galleries to exhibit in Focus Korea, one of the main programmes at SWAB Barcelona Art Fair that took place online.
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