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Korea, from 12th century to present, highlighted at major US museums
From 12th-century Goryeo-era artifacts to present-day installations reflecting on the poignant state of the Korean Peninsula’s division, Korean art is set to come under the spotlight at major museums in the United States this fall.
[INTERVIEW] How Paris-based curator joined Daejeon's new museum as founding director
It was during her time working as a curator in Paris in the 2010s that Ham Sun-jae first came face to face with the introspective works of the German post-war master Anselm Kiefer.
[INTERVIEW] Toranomon Hills Station Tower reflects Mori's 'vertical city' philosophy in Tokyo
TOKYO ― Tokyo presents itself as a sea of densely packed, low-rise buildings punctuated by shrines and islands of sleek steel-and-glass skyscrapers.
Korean art scene reflects on legacy of late Park Seo-bo
The art world is mourning the loss of Park Seo-bo, the trailblazing Korean abstract painter who passed away at the age of 91 on Saturday.
Powerhouse 'dansaekhwa' master Park Seo-bo dies at 91
Park Seo-bo, widely regarded as a seminal figure in the Korean modern abstract art scene, passed away on Saturday after a battle with lung cancer. He was 91.
Art Busan launches 'Define: Seoul' to marry fine art with design
Art Busan, one of Korea’s leading art fairs based in the southeastern port city, is expanding its reach with the launch of Define: Seoul 2023.
Suki Seokyeong Kang's minimalist landscape reinvents Korea's visual traditions of space
Suki Seokyeong Kang’s latest exhibition, mounted at the Leeum Museum of Art in central Seoul, offers a multi-sensory journey through the artist's innovative interpretations of Korea's visual traditions of space.
'Homo Promptus' offers glimpse into human role in AI-dominated future: Trend Korea 2024
While highly capable artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been talked about for decades, nothing has been as disruptive and transformational as the meteoric rise of ChatGPT.
Korean literature featured as animation works at Incheon Airport
Incheon International Airport is offering travelers from around the world a unique literary experience by featuring two key Korean works of literature that have been transformed into immersive animations.
Two artists' windows to light and serenity
The iconic Irish dramatist George Bernard Shaw once remarked, “The great advantage of a hotel is that it is a refuge from home life.”
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