Established in 2007, GALLERY2 has introduced diverse Korean contemporary art in many genres. GALLERY2 puts importance on solid relationships and the partnership between the gallery and artists, and works together to find ways to continue artists’ creative practice. Above of all, GALLERY2 believes that its role is to find commercial possibilities for valuable artwork and to help the art scene in Korea maintain its diverse spectrum.Read More
GALLERY2 currently has two spaces. GALLERY2 in Pyeongchang-dong presents the current work of artists in any age and genre, mainly through solo exhibitions. GALLERY2 Joongsun Nongwon in Nature on Jeju Island shows major established artists in Korea. Each space has a different purpose with an intent to introduce various artwork within its category.
GALLERY2 builds balanced partnerships between the gallery and artists rather than focusing on short the term or on a current trend. This encourages positive stimulation for the gallery and artists, and actualizes its credo through its exhibitions. GALLERY2 positively accepts change, keeps an ongoing partnership with artists, and attempts to engage with more artists.
This year Kiaf SEOUL opened alongside Frieze Seoul in the first week of September, marking the Korean city as one of the art world's most important places to be. Kiaf SEOUL also launched Kiaf PLUS to showcase works of various genres including NFTs. Ocula was on the ground to capture the highlights.View More Ocula Insight Haneyl Choi Brings the Boys to the Yard By Misong Kim and Valentina Buzzi, Seoul
Taking place at P21 and GALLERY2 in Seoul, Haneyl Choi presents punchy, immersive installations that fuse industrial materials and technologies with readymade objects.Read More Ocula Feature Seoul's Must-See Art Exhibitions By Elaine YJ Zheng, Seoul
Ocula Magazine reviewed the dozens of exceptional exhibitions planned for September, and provides its recommendation on what to look out for in Seoul's art galleries, institutions and non-profit spaces.Read More Ocula Feature Across a Seaside Village in Busan, Sea Art Festival Reimagines the Ocean By Sujin Jung, Busan
This year's Sea Art Festival in Busan conceives of the ocean as a swirl of human and non-human encounter.Read More
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Looking at Jin Meyerson's work from a distance, words 'complex', 'psychedelic', and 'warped' come to mind. Get a little closer and you begin to comprehend the sheer talent, discipline and patience oneRead More Related Press Lee Dongi, Artist 19 July 2012, TheArtro
Lee Dongi's Atomouse has long been beloved as an icon of Korean pop art. For more than two decades, the artist's universe has been in a constant state of evolution, and we the onlookers have changedRead More
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