During the same period of the 13th edition of the Gwangju Biennale, the Gwangju Biennale Foundation presents the GB Commission and MaytoDay projects at the former Armed Forces’ Gwangju Hospital.
"Dansaekhwa" artist Ha Chong-hyun, 86, is exhibiting his latest works showcasing his "relationship with color" at Tina Kim Gallery in New York through June 30.
"The bold and colorful fresh work of Ha’s will make this a must-see exhibition this summer."
As the painter Park Seo-Bo, 89, pursues two museums for his art, the shows keep coming — along with a candid book by his daughter.
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to announce the U.S. premiere of The Man Who Paints Water Drops, a documentary film about the late Kim Tschang-Yeul (1929-2021), directed by the artist’s son Oan Kim and filmmaker Brigitte Bouillot. The screening is part of this year’s Doc NYC, the largest documentary film festival in the U.S.
At Tina Kim Gallery in New York, curator John Yau brings together sculptures by Leo Amino, Minoru Niizuma, and John Pai to shine a light on the practices of three overlooked figures of modernism.
By ROBERT C. MORGAN
To take stock of the past year, Artforum asked an international group of artists to select a single exhibition or event that most memorably caught their attention in 2021.
At a groundbreaking new exhibition, three sculptors whose work has gone under-recognized over time are ushered into the spotlight
“The work is the most important thing,” said John Yau, curator of “The Unseen Professors,” a deeply researched group exhibition at Tina Kim Gallery.
by Will Heinrich
A long-awaited exhibition of “Unseen” art and history: “The Unseen Professors”