[HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK]Using the body to address issuesOne of the major trends in art during the past decade, both in Korea and abroad, has been a renewed interest in the human body.
"Bodyscape," opening today at the Rodin Gallery, addresses the "meanings of representation and discourse of the body in visual art." That's a mouthful that says the exhibit looks at contemporary Korean art to focus on how the body can be used to address the issues of the day.
"Bodyscape" runs until Feb. 23.
The Rodin Gallery is located near City Hall in the Samsung Plaza. For more information, check out the gallery's Web site at www.rodingallery.org, or call (02) 750-7818.
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