READER PRIZE FLASH REWARD
Win your very own copy of Museums & Galleries: Displaying Korea’s Past and Future, published by Seoul Selection in collaboration with the Korea Foundation. This new guide has an entire chapter dedicated to the country’s top art institutions.
According to a review of the publication by the The Korea Herald, published in December of 2011,
The chapter [on major art institutions] intelligently delves into how the emergence of these galleries is deeply linked to Korea’s modernisation and industrialisation which took place in the last fifty years.
We have one copy of Museums & Galleries: Displaying Korea’s Past and Future to give away for our January/February 2012 Flash Reward. All you have to do is leave your answer to the question below in the comment section of this post, or leave a message with your answer on our Facebook page or Twitter account. We will draw the winning name randomly on Wednesday 29 February 2012 and the winner will be contacted by email shortly after.
The question: What South Korean public institution or gallery showing contemporary Asian art do you most enjoy visiting? (You can just name the institution, but if you want to, feel free to tell us why, too. And if you cannot think of just one, name a few!)
- Seeking Korea artist residency? International opportunities at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon – January 2012 – a focus on reviving abandoned and idle buildings into venues for artists
- Follow “The Penguin” to the mountain – Tobias Berger on the NJPAC show – August 2010 – an exhibition of contemporary art by young and emerging Korean artists
- Korean National Museum of Contemporary Art Young Korean Artists retrospective spans 30 years – May 2010 – reflection on the museum’s oldest and most representative show
- Art about curators: Korean artist Yang Ah Ham’s No Nonsense solo show – April 2010 – Netherlands-based Korean artist Yang Ah Ham turns her focus on the art world itself
- Touring Taiwan: 50 of Taiwan’s top artworks on display at the Busan Museum of Arts, Korea – January 2010 – Taiwan’s top painters represented
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