London’s Korean art scene continues to blossom this June:
- Hurry! Today is your last chance to catch Situated Senses 01: Inclined Angles at the Hanmi Gallery in Maple Street. The theme is uses of space, so will be of huge interest to site-specific art fans. This is an interim exhibition, and I’m excited to see if and when more will follow.
- Seung Pyo Hong’s The Monitor Lizard at Bearspace, 152 Deptford High Street, is coming to an end this weekend, so be sure to make it there tomorrow if you’re into graphic design.
- You have until 21st June to check out Baeja, the Beauty of Korea at the Korean Cultural Centre. This focuses on traditional Korean clothing, but with a modern twist. Fashionistas and design addicts should not miss this!
- Also at the KCC will be exhibition A Room: New Readings of Korean Traditions, on show from 28th JUne to 31st August. More info about this will come later, but we do that work will come from artists Sunghee Ahn, Dongjun Seo, Hyunsun Kim, Manje Koo, Mikhail Karikis, and Hongkyung Shin.
So if you do one thing this month, it should be to get arty!