Myoung Ho Lee, a young artist from South Korea, produces an elaborate series of photographs that pose some unusual questions about representation, reality, art, environment and seeing.Read More
Simple in concept, complex in execution, he makes us look at a tree in its natural surroundings, but separates the tree artificially from nature by presenting it on an immense white ground, as one would see a painting or photograph on a billboard.
It’s easy to list off the most influential gallerists in Seoul. Kukje, Arario, Hyundai, PKM, Pyo and Gana Art. But in recent years, a pivotal band of creative spaces have been taking the South Korean art scene in a different direction, headed by a new generation of artists and gallerists able to adapt to the post-recession economic...Read More
Initiated by local artists in 1987, the Sea Art Festival (SAF) in Busan, Korea, celebrates the coastal city’s lush topography with an outdoor exhibition that centers on integrating art with the natural environment. The festival was originally conceived as an annual event that took place at the popular seashores of Haeundae and Gwangalli and...Read More