• Exhibition: 04 – 31 Mar 2017.
• At Korean Cultural Center in Vietnam: featuring works of Bui Cong Khanh, Heaven Beak, Phi Phi Oanh, Seulki Ki.
• At Heritage Space: featuring works of Hyejin Jo, Lai Dieu Ha, UuDam Tran Nguyen, Woosung Lee.
The Korean Cultural Center in Vietnam (Director Lee Dae Joong) and Heritage Space is honored to organize the exhibition ‘Ranh gioi vo dinh | Undefined boundaries’ to introduce the Vietnamese and Korean contemporary art to celebrate 25 years of foreign relation between two countries. The exhibition will take place from 3 to 31 March, 2017 at the Korean Cultural Center in Vietnam and Heritage Space. This project is part of the NEXT Expert Training series by Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS), co-organized by the Korean Cultural Center in Vietnam and the Korea Arts Management Service.
The project will bring to the audience a diverse body of artworks by 8 artists, from 30-40 years old, who are currently very active in the domestic and international art scenes – Ki Seulki, Heaven Beak, Lee Woosung, Jo Hyejin, UuDam Tran Nguyen, Phi Phi Oanh, Bui Cong Khanh, Lai Dieu Ha. This exhibition, organized by Korea Arts Management Service, in partnering with Heritage Space, a Hanoi-based art space focusing on contemporary arts, will be showcasing artwork from various practices, such as painting, photography, installation, images with a ‘Boundary’ theme, which represent diverse perspectives of artists from both countries. Each piece contains thoughts of artists coming from the same era about boundaries between traditional and modern, ideal and reality, individual and society, and at the same time conveys stories about changes and phenomena happening in Vietnam and South Korea. This exhibition is an opportunity for exploring and expressing the opinions from different perspectives of Vietnamese and South Korean artists.