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Current Exhibition
One Inspiration-Hangeul loved by Yoon Dong-ju
Exhibition Division Group Exhibition Venue Korean Cultural Center in Hungary
Exhibition Dates 2022-04-11 ~ 2022-07-29 Genre/Artworks Painting , Sculpture , Media , Installation , Photography / Total 26
Artists Kim Na Ri, Kim Bum Su, Kim SeungYoung, Kim Chang Kyum, Nam Kyung Min, Dabal Kim, Sung Dong Hun, Yang Dae Won, Lee Lee Nam. Choe Hyun Joo, Ham Myoung Su, Hwang Seon Tae

Savina Museum of Contemporary Art(Director Lee MyungOk) opens the special exhibition  in honor of 10th anniversary of Korean Cultural Center in Budapest, Hungary from April 11 to July 29. This exhibition is hosted as part of exhibition program of <2021-2022 Traveling Korean Arts>, which is a cultural project in cooperation of international main art institute and fesitivals, making an oversea tour of Korea's exhibition and live concert. Hosted by KOFICE(Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange), the exhibition is co-organized by Savina Museum of Contemporary Art and Korean Cultural Center in Hungary. Also it is cooperated by KISTI(Korean Institute of Science and Technology Information) and Commemoration Project of Yoon Dong-ju, with the support of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

 

The exhibition combines artistic creativity and words of Hangeul from poetic diction of the beloved Korean poet Yoon Dong-ju, which is examined by big data. The featured 12 artists present artworks which discovers the cultural value of Hangeul through their original language, while utilizing contemporary media including painting, sculpture, photograpy, installation and video.

 

 

 

 

Hosted by : KOFICE(Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange)

Co-organized by : Savina Museum of Contemporary Art, Korean Cultural Center in Hungary

Cooperated by : KISTI(Korean Institute of Science and Technology Information), Commemoration Project of Yoon Dong-ju

Supported by : Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism