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  • Quantum Jump 2016: HA Seokjun_Sweet Energy Close
    • Period/ 2016.08.23(Tue) ~ 2016.09.18(Sun)

    The second chapter of Quantum Jump, a series of relay exhibitions by the GMoMA that are held in collaboration with the Gyeonggi Creation Center, is HA Seokjun’s Sweet Energy. HA’s work is an exploration of points of debate between “those intoxicated by technology” and the media that embraces it in an era of all-powerful technology. The exhibition held at the GMoMA Project Gallery features his six works including three-dimensional installations and one-person media single-channel videos that have already been released on YouTube, a video-sharing website.

  • Quantum Jump 2016: SONG Minkyu- The Atlantic at the Edge of a Swimming Pool Close
    • Period/ 2016.07.19(Tue) ~ 2016.08.15(Mon)

    The Gyeonggi Creation Center and the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art present the relay exhibition Quantum Jump 2016: SONG Minkyu that will be held from July 19 through August 15, 2016. Quantum Jump is a series of exhibitions through which four resident artists are chosen to have their works displayed consecutively. Since 2015 this exhibition has been taking place at the GMoMA Project Gallery. The exhibition of the first artist, SONG Minkyu, is titled The Atlantic at the Edge of a Swimming Pool. It features the new works he produced at the Gyeonggi Creation Center and includes 120 drawings and installations.

  • G-Live : Fabien & Taeyoung Close
    • Period/ 2016.07.07(Thu) ~ 2016.09.18(Sun)

    Contemporary art in the 21st century considers even the process of producing art as a complete work it itself. It is true that 20th century art took place as if throwing a completed work of art at the viewers, with the practice of which we had become familiar. There had been discussions of “Non-Museum” in opposition to such a limited way of conveying art in the 1960s and 1970s, but it was difficult to challenge the absolute definition of art that originated from the fear of dominant space of the ‘art gallery.’ Such logic should be seen more as the result of social binds generated by the written law, limited to the specific space of the ‘art gallery,’ rather than the uncanny sense of distance one feels in gazing upon a work of art that has been completed by the hands of the artist.

  • Story Blossoms in Art Close
    • Period/ 2016.07.07(Thu) ~ 2016.09.18(Sun)

    Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (GMOMA) is pleased to present Story Blossoms in Art, an exhibition collated from the collections of 39 museums located in Gyeonggi-do Province on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the opening of GMOMA. Gyeonggi-do Province is the richest art repository, where 50 out of the 190 registered Korean art museums are located. While 11 of them are public institutions, most of them are private museums that were established by art lovers and enthusiasts, in order to share their joy of living with works of art. It was this passion for art that has nurtured the museum culture in Gyeonggi-do Province despite the tough conditions for sustaining it. And now, the museum culture exists not only as a public asset of the province that residents and visitors can enjoy, but also as a valuable cultural heritage to pass down to next generations.

  • April the Eternal Voyage Close
    • Period/ 2016.04.16(Sat) ~ 2016.06.26(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art is presenting a memoria exhibition april Eternal Voyage to commemorate the second anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster.

  • GYEONGGI JAPGA New words, New Songs Close
    • Period/ 2016.02.19(Fri) ~ 2016.04.03(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Art Project is designed to shed light on the art world of artists who have formed a variety of aspects in contemporary Korean art in 2016, highlighting the themes that reflect cultural assets in Gyeonggi Province as well as their idiosyncrasies. The project takes notice of the works and sources of the artists who have established their own distinctive idioms with the singularity of their thematic consciousness and forms of expression as an alternative to cope with fixed notions in contemporary Korean art.

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