Representative architecture of Daehangno with its red bricks. Exhibition hall that’s been loved for over 40 years.
A theater where you can see various art communities perform. Over 100,000 artists and audience visit every year.
Museum at the center of contemporary art. It’s conveniently located near Gyeongbokgung Palace for easy access.
First “Open storage” museum in Korea
with artworks from other museums,
government, art bank and more.
Fun for the whole family at this
A museum within a palace with Korea’s modern artworks.
Located along the Deoksugung Stone Wall Path, various special exhibitions make this museum popular.
Historic atmosphere fills the museum. Previously
housed the Belgium Embassy in the 1900s, and
the building was completely moved to the
current location before opening as a museum.
Located along the Deoksugung Stone Wall Path, various special exhibitions make this museum popular.More info
Connecting the international art market with Korea,
the international art fair has over 20 years of history
One of three World Art Fairs, Seoul was the first Asian cities to host. Over 120 domestic and international galleries display modern arts.More info
An art center dedicated to the works of video artist pioneer Nam June Paik, 《Something like an Appleseed》 is an artwork collaborated with Mary
Bauermeister and Manfred Leve to portray the limitless potential of the seed through art and communication.
Directed by Rachael Rakes, 《THIS TOO, IS A MAP》 brought media artists from around the world to develop maps in topics of diaspora, immigration, language and boundary. Maps bring new lights to topics we thought we knew by adding new touch.
The 10th MMCA Hyundai Motors Series features artist Jung Yeondoo. The artist explores Korean immigration to Mexico during the early 20th century through video-based
installation 《Century’s Journey》 as well as five new art works.
Operated by Korea Culture and Arts Committee, ARKO Art Center support influential
artist’ new book release and creative activities through exhibitions. Artist Nho
Wonhee has a solo exhibition featuring her works from 1980s to new release as well as large drawing on cloth, collaborative works, and writings featured in newspapers for a total of over 100 works.
A leading painter with a focus on the ecosystem of Korea, Dong sik Rim holds a solo
exhibition of his work 《The Man Lifting up Moss.》 The exhibition will feature performance works which represent his style of art, as well as painting and works that provides stories of his childhood.
Koo Jeong A, a solo artist representing Korean Pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale in 2024, is opening a solo exhibition 《LEVITATION.》 The exhibition will feature books, drawings, 2D and 3D printings, sculptures and installations with a focus on reality vs. unreal, existence vs. nonexistence.
Solo exhibition of Haegue Yang’s 《Latent Dwelling》 will be held at the newly renovated Hanok section of Kukje Gallery. As a representative artist of Korea working in Europe, her most recent 《Emergence》 series will also be on display.
Using a thick writing tool to fill the canvas, Suh Yongsun’s 《My Name is Red》 solo exhibition is being held at Art Sonje Center. The exhibition features over 70 works with three themes 《People, City, History》 from 1980s and 1990s to current times. The exhibition will break away from previous evaluations and begin a new conversation in this picturesque world.
An anticipating solo exhibition of Kim Beom’s 《How to become a rock》 shows the artist’s simple expression style with flat humor. As a large scale survey exhibition that shows 30 years of work, there are more than 70 works from his earliest picture arts to representative installation and design projects.
Representative experimental artist of Korea, Sung Neung Kyung reinterprets actions that have yet to be interpreted using art. The exhibition will feature more than 100 works from the past 50 years including photo installations, drawing performances, and newspapers & drawings.
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