Special Curatorial Event with NYU
Focusing on Three Artists from Seoul
19 University Place, The Great Room, First Floor
Friday Sept. 23, 2016

Special Curatorial Event with NYU




The very Symptom or Contemporaneity of Korean Contemporary art in 1990s: Focusing on Three Artists from Seoul, Bahc Yiso, Kim Beom and Chung Seoyoung

Friday, September 23, 5:00 p.m.
NYU, 19 University Place, The Great Room, First Floor

Description of the event:

This talk is focusing on three Korean artists, Beom Kim, Seoyoung Chung and Yiso Bahc and their works produced from the late 1990s to the early 2000s. Three artists and their experiences with Korean society and culture witnessed the pivotal shift in Korean contemporary art during the turn of the century. Each has developed a strong allegorical language that lucidly records the profound changes that occurred during this period in Seoul.  This event is collaborated with Tina Kim Gallery in New York and the exhibition entitled “Two Hours: Three Artists from Seoul, Bahc Yiso, Kim Beom and Chung Seoyoung “

 

Speaker: Hyunjin Kim, Independent curator and writer and Chung Seoyoung, artist exhibited in "Two Hours"
Contact: Nicole Calderon, Managing Director  (T:212 716 1000, E: info@tinakimgallery.com)
Sponsored by: NYU East Asian Studies and Tina Kim Gallery
Chaired by: Yongwoo Lee, Assistant Professor/Faculty fellow of EAS, NYU
Tina Kim Gallery