"50 Years of Korean Art" Draws Big Crowds

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"50 Years of Korean Art" Draws Big Crowds

The 'Korean Art of 50 Years : 1950 - 1955' exhibition to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Gallery Hyundai's opening has been quite successful.
About 1,000 people have visited the free exhibition at Gallery Hyundai in Seoul daily, since its opening on November 11.
The paintings of 26 representational artists were displayed from November 10 to 12, while artworks of 24 non-representational or abstract artists and 21 sculptors will be shown from November 24 to December 3 and from December 6 to 12, respectively.
Kim Hwan-ki's 'Point' series, Yoo Yong-kuk's 'Mountain' and Lee Woo-hwan's 'With the Wind' will be displayed starting November 24, while Kim Jong-yong's wood and iron sculptures and Paek Nam-june's video artworks will be shown from December 6.
Gallery Hyundai said, 'People can enjoy works by Korea's biggest artists at our free exhibition. About 3,000 people visited our gallery last weekend.'
Kang Joo-an : jooan@joongang.co.kr
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