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  • Portraying This Space and That Dream Close
    • Period/ 2014.04.05(Sat) ~ 2014.04.24(Thu)

    The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (GMoMA) unveils Emerging of the Space, an exhibition designed to clarify that space is not only a physical condition but a site bearing thought and emotion from November 21, 2015 through April 9, 2016. The exhibition that drew 30,000 visitors opened an audience engagement program in which each viewer is asked to portray a space they thought was superb and put what they depicted on the wall. And thankfully, as many as 2,000 people left their pictures. As the organizer thought that it’s not enough to send them some gift, the museum displayed 400 chosen pieces.

  • New Works of Nine Promising Artists: The Breath of Fresh Close
    • Period/ 2013.12.27(Fri) ~ 2014.03.30(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation will hold The Breath of Fresh, an exhibition featuring new works by nine promising artists, from December 27, 2013 through March 31, 2014 (101 days). Newly planned by the foundation this year, the exhibition is a creation support program to discover up-and-coming artists in the field of visual art. A prescribed grant and a chance to hold an exhibition at the GMoMA will be provided to the selected artists. The program is proud to have selected the following nine artists for the first installment: KIM Siha, Insane PARK, PARK Hyungkeun, LEE Aram, JO Seub, JEON Jinkyung, CHA Seung-eon, HONG Namki, and HONG Wonseok.

  • LEE Ungbai Solo Exhibition: Metal Play Close
    • Period/ 2013.12.14(Sat) ~ 2014.03.30(Sun)

    LEE Ungbai reflects on the meaning of sculpture which is usually viewed unilaterally and from a certain distance. His works are presented with an extremely important message by way of “touching” and “playing.” They approach us with an immense level of affection that metal pipes, his original material of choice, cannot impart. Unlike industrial metal, his metal pipes are reborn in exquisite colors. His pieces touch humans and vice versa as they transform into works viewers can enjoy via touch. By doing this, his pieces bring a new meaning to modernism art.

  • Newbanran Close
    • Period/ 2013.11.30(Sat) ~ 2013.12.15(Sun)

    What will our consumption behaviors be like in the 21st century when the capitalistic system becomes more pervasive? A multitude of industrial products attract consumers with the allure of their appearances. Consumption through symbols and signs like logos and brands has become routine in the capitalistic world. This way of consumption, however, causes people to adhere to symbols and brands more than nature and content. Newbanran is a creative exhibit project that sheds a new light on the meaning of branding, the be-all and end-all of consumption, by posing a question concerning its patterns. This project intends to unveil the nature of such a phenomenon in a cheerful way by using parody.

  • Upon the opening of Emerging of the Space Close
    • Venue/ space 2F
    • Period/ 2013.11.21(Thu) ~ 2014.03.30(Sun)

    Upon the opening of Emerging of the Space Su Young Kim, Jinyoung Min, Daesung Park, MeeNa Park, Yeojoo Park, Junghyun Park, Jungsun Park, Sibiling, Sung Eun Chang, Yoonjin Jung, Dae Song Lee. Youngbin Lee At the end of 2013, the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art presents Emerging of the Space, an exhibition featuring artists&rsquo diverse […]

  • YPK >> Y + P + K Close
    • Period/ 2013.10.26(Sat) ~ 2013.12.08(Sun)

    YPK is a music project formed by Lebanese, Polish, and Korean musicians. They met in the OneBeat program, the result of a partnership between Found Sound Nation, Bang on a Can, and the US Department of State. They started their own story and shared a musical journey over the course of a month. YPK’s music consists of both pre-composed and improvised pieces played on the oud (an Arabic stringed instrument) and the gayageum (a traditional Korean zither-like stringed instrument) and accompanied by electronic music. The music group creates new sounds during their live performances while improvising simple melodies.

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