• Family Report Close
    • Venue/ Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art
    • Period/ 2017.04.28(Fri) ~ 2017.07.09(Sun)

    Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art opens its doors to the exhibition Family Report in May, which is known as “family month” in South Korea. A family is a social structure that’s existence is as old as human history. As society has experienced change, the concepts and forms of a family has also changed, due to the direct correlation between them. Family Report examines how the definition of family has changed in this rapidly developing modern society through contemporary artworks which can be categorized under the theme of ‘family,' providing viewers an opportunity to reflect on the value and meaning of family, which has been unaffected by time. In springtime when the air is full of the refreshing smell of flowers, the exhibition at Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art anticipates your show of support and attendance.

  • The New Acquisitions of Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art Close
    • Venue/ The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art
    • Period/ 2017.02.16(Thu) ~ 2017.04.16(Sun)

    Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art presents The New Acquisition of Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art as its first exhibition in 2017, from Feburary 16th through April 16th. The museum shows its collection which has been acquired during 2013-2016.

  • Hwang Gyunghyun’s Drawing Room – Quantum Jump 2016 Close
    • Period/ 2017.01.17(Tue) ~ 2017.02.12(Sun)

    The last exhibition to be held for Quantum Jump 2016 is Drawing Room by Hwang Gyunghyun. Hwang Gyunghyun (1990-) is a participating artist of the Gyeonggi Creation Center’s Creative Residency Program, and has recorded what he has seen throughout the nation over the last 2-3 years by drawing with conté on paper.

  • Quantum Jump 2016: KIM Dongchan- Somebody Close
    • Venue/ the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art 1st Floor Project
    • Period/ 2016.12.13(Tue) ~ 2017.01.08(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Creation Center and the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art present the relay exhibition Quantum Jump 2016: KIM Dongchan that will be held from December 13 of 2016 through January 8 of 2017. 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. This exhibit program is intended to provide up-and-coming artists who will lead the future of contemporary art with a platform for their activities while offering diverse content to viewers. With “quantum jump” (a physics term referring to the act of jumping from one energy level to another) as its title, each resident artist’s freestanding work is expected to come together to create explosive energy.

  • In the Flâneur’s Eyes Close
    • Venue/ The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art
    • Period/ 2016.12.15(Thu) ~ 2017.02.05(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art is pleased to hold a group exhibition In the Flâneur’s Eyes opening on December 15, 2016. It features the new artworks of promising artists from Gyeonggi Province who were selected for the arts support program, 2016 The Life and Change, of Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation. They have maintained the attitude of ‘flâneur’ which artists are supposed to have: they have observed and recorded what takes place in their everyday life and their surroundings, keeping concern about the various aspects of this highly capitalized, or jeopardized society of our time. We would like to request the honor of your presence in this exhibition which is expected to be a meaningful occasion to look back on this most eventful year.

  • Good Morning, Have a Nice Day! Close
    • Period/ 2016.10.25(Tue) ~ 2016.11.20(Sun)

    Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art is pleased to show the recent works of emerging artists living in the Gyeonggi Province who are expected to lead the future of Korean art. This exhibition "Good Morning, Have a Nice Day!", featuring the works selected in the 2016 Gyeonggi Young Artists Competition, is held at Good Morning House which was reborn as a space for the province’s people after being remodeled from the Provincial Governor’s residence.