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When airports meet contemporary Korean art
The terminals of Korea's two major airports - Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport - have transformed into unlikely spaces filled with the country's contemporary art.
Apps, celebrity-narrated audio guides, designer scents attract young art lovers to exhibitions
A visibly growing number of young art enthusiasts in recent years, coupled with the rising perception of exhibitions as immersive, experience-centered spaces, are bringing changes to the viewing trend of audiences to museums.
Frieze, Kiaf Seoul to offer array of special programs accompanying art fair
Frieze Seoul has announced a string of specially curated programs of music, films and exhibitions, as well as talks and soirees that will be featured as part of its upcoming second edition in September.
[INTERVIEW] From marriage migrants to dispatched nurses, photographer captures diasporic women's stories in portraits
In November 1910, the year Korea fell under Japanese colonial occupation, 23-year-old Choi Sara climbed aboard a ship en route to Hawaii. In her hand was a black-and-white photograph of a man, whom she had never spoken to or met in person.
Booker-nominated Bora Chung's 'Your Utopia' to be published in English next year
The English-language translation of novelist Bora Chung's 2021 short story collection, “Your Utopia,” is set to hit the shelves next year in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and India.
How state-led art collection in Rome spotlights contemporary Italy beyond its Renaissance past
Ancient Rome, the Renaissance and the Baroque - such are the keywords that immediately spring to mind when speaking of Italy's sweeping artistic heritage.
Meditative minimalist abstraction and otherworldly landscape art, side by side at Pace Gallery
A scene of pure “luminosity and brilliance.” That is how Huong Dodinh recalls her very first encounter with snowfall in 1950s France.
Bulgari's Serpenti meets spirited women artists in Seoul
It was 1948 when the image of a coiled snake first slithered into the design of a Bulgari watch. Since then, for over seven decades, the Italian luxury fashion house has put one distinctive spin on the reptile after another, embracing the motif in its endless product line of bracelets, rings, handbags and necklaces.
From Olympic cauldron to stairway maze: Boundary-pushing architect Thomas Heatherwick on building with 'soulfulness'
A honeycomb-like maze of staircases in New York City winds up 46 meters into the air, bringing to life a monumental version of “a stairway to nowhere.” A pavilion building in Shanghai is enveloped in tens of thousands of thin acrylic rods swaying in the wind - much like a porcupine's prickly quills.
Original props from Indiana Jones movie on display in Seoul
An assemblage of original props from the Indiana Jones franchise have been brought together at a mini-exhibit in Seoul to celebrate the release of “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.”
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