Cody Choi was born in Korea in the early 1960s when the country was still recovering its traumatic experience of the war and extreme economic poverty. Growing up the social turmoil of Korean modernisation and witnessing the rapid growth of the country until the 1980s, Choi opted to move to the US. Living and working in the US as an Asian artist, Choi had to confront and struggle with the Western discourse and it's biased notion of Asian cultural identity. He currently lives and works between Seoul and New York and is a major figure in the contemporary art world.
In Counterbalance: The Stone and the Mountain, Cody Choi and Lee Wan, representing Korea for the 57th Venice Biennale, engage with the spawning disparity they encountered in their transnational jour
There is no escaping life's big themes—the migration crisis, identity politics, populism, an uncertain future—at this year's Venice Biennale. This, the 57th edition, is curated by the Pompidou Centr
Rock, Paper, Scissors: Positions in Play — United Arab Emirates Curated by Hammad Nasar, commissioned by the Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation and supported by the UAE Ministry of Culture an
JAPANESE PAVILION, Takahiro Iwasaki: Turned Upside Down, It's a Forest Takahiro Iwasaki has created a multifaceted spatial experience of viewing the Itsukushima Shrine located in Hiroshima, whe