The International Seminar on Korean Contemporary Art discusses Korean art’s relationship with China and Japan within the context of Asian art history.
Inviting artists, scholars and senior curators from Korea, mainland China and Hong Kong to discuss the current trend Avant-Garde Art and interrelation between the regions, the seminar will bring Korean art discourse to international surface by discussing it under the context of trilateral art history.
Youngwoo Lee, Executive Director of the Shanghai Himalayas Museum, moderates discussion of Session 1, 'Korean and Japanese Avant-Garde'. Honghee Kim, former director of the Seoul Museum of Art, moderates Session 2 on 'Korean and Chinese Political Art'.
Full Day Seminar with Curators, Artists, Museum Directors and Professors:
Session 1: 10:30am - 1:20pm
Session 2: 2:30pm - 5:20pm
Korean and Japanese Avant-Garde
Yeon Shim Chung, Associate Professor, Department of Art History and Theory, Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea
Doryun Chong, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, M+, Hong Kong
Yongwoo Lee, Executive Director, Shanghai Himalayas Museum (Moderator)
Korean and Chinese Political Art
Young Min Moon, Art History Professor, University of Massachusetts- Amherst, U.S.A.
Philip Tinari, Director, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing
Ding Liu, Artist
Kim Honghee, Former Director of Seoul Museum of Art (Moderator)