Korean Artist Project adds 21 curator-selected artists to website – resource alert


Following the success of its inception in 2011, the Korean Artist Project has updated their website and doubled the number of artists for 2012 to 42.

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London awash with Korean contemporary art in summer 2012


A June 2012 forum on Korean-UK contemporary art exchanges comes amid a wave of new Korean contemporary art events in the United Kingdom.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn 2011 sales: Indonesian art triumphs, Indian falters amid cautious market


The response to Christie’s Hong Kong day sale of Asian Contemporary Art, held on 27 November 2011, was restrained. 28 percent of works in the 273-lot sale failed to sell.

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Asian Art Biennial 2011: 40 artists from New Zealand to Kazakhstan – event alert


Forty Asian artists are participating in the 2011 Asian Art Biennial. Curator Iris Shu-Ping Huang has asked each to reflect upon today’s “M-shaped” Asian society.

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Korean artists: 4 top posts from 2010 to 2011


In the first post of an ongoing series, we dig deep into our archives to bring you the best and brightest post written by us on the topic of contemporary ‘Korean artists’.

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Korean sculptor Park Sung Tae first New York solo – picture feast


Contemporary Korean sculptor Park Sung Tae presents new works in his first New York solo, held in March 2011. We bring you pictures from the show.

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Was Nam June Paik’s Tate Liverpool show information overload? Critics report


Nam June Paik, a Tate Liverpool retrospective celebrating the late artist’s career, wound up in March 2011. We’ve picked out a few of the best critic quotes.

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Korean soap sculptor Meekyoung Shin gets major London solo – pictures


Korean Meekyoung Shin’s soap sculptures span the no-man’s-land between conceptual art and craft. We profile her first major solo at UK gallery Haunch of Venison.

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