2009. 6.27 MUSEUMS & GALLERIESSAVINA MUSEUM
To Sunday: “Ahn Chang-hong Solo Exhibition: Black and White Mirror.” Ahn Chang-hong is holding a solo exhibition of his work at the Savina Museum.
Ahn Chang-hong, focusing on the beauty of the human body, worked with many different kinds of models, each with their own kind of physical distinctions.
He has interpreted them to portray human emotion, their lives and the formation of society.
All his paintings will have a black-and-white theme which contributes to the solemnity of the main theme of this exhibition.
The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and closed every Monday.
Admission fees are 2,000 won for adults and 1,000 won for students.
Anguk Station, line No. 3, exit 1
(02) 736-4371, www.savinamuseum.com
MICHAEL SCHULTZ GALLERY
To July 31: “Roemer and Roemer: Based on a True Story.” Artist, Roemer and Roemer will be holding their exhibition at the Michael Schultz Gallery until July 31.
Roemer and Roemer is made up of Torsten Roemer, who was born in Germany, and Nina Roemer, born as Nina Tangian in Russia. Since 1998 they’ve worked together as an artist couple on their projects, films and artworks. This artist couple has held various art exhibitions all over the world and also founded the international art project M°A°I°S in 1998.
Just like the exhibition’s name, the artwork of Roemer and Roemer portrays realistic depictions of everyday lives.
Their usage of various colors and unique brushstrokes has received much attention from the art community.
The “Based on a True Story” exhibition will also be held in Beijing and Germany.
The exhibition is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays.
The gallery is closed on Sundays and holidays.
Apgujeong Station, line No. 3, exit 2, or
Cheongdam Station, line No. 7, exit 9
(02) 647-7955, www.schultzgallery.co.kr
INSA ART CENTER
July 1 to 7: “Kim Jae-sun’s Solo Exhibition: Dreaming Vagabond.” Kim Jae-sun will have her 15th solo exhibition at the Insa Art Center.
With her previous experience with hanji, traditional Korean paper, she has made diverse attempts to create a new kind of art.
She has made gomusin, a type of traditional rubber shoes, with hanji pulp, which represent her love for her mother and other Korean mothers across the country.
This exhibition will reveal new color schemes and symbols that Kim has never used before.
Kim Jae-sun is a renowned artist who has been invited to the Grand Art Exhibition of Korea.
The exhibition is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Anguk Station, line No. 3, exit 6
(02) 736-1020, www.insaartcenter.com