2015.9.16 Museums&GalleriesSUMMER LOVE PART 2
SongEun Art Space, Gangnam District
To Sunday: The exhibition features 16 young artists, each of whom had a solo exhibition at SongEun ArtCube, a nonprofit gallery for young artists, in the past five years. Both the Art Cube and the Art Space are operated by the SongEun Art and Cultural Foundation.
Among the artists, Kim Hee-young presents ceramic reproductions of cheap disposable things such as plastic spoons, raising the question of their value. And Choi Byeong-Seok makes leather shoes for babies at a special worktable he invented and sells them to the audience.
Admission is free. The art space is closed on Sundays. Go to Cheongdam Station, line No. 7, exit 9, and walk for 10 minutes.
(02) 3448-0100, www.songeunartspace.org
HARMONY OF LINES AND
SURFACE, FLAT BOTTLE
Horim Art Center, Gangnam District
To Oct. 31: The exhibition takes a new approach to Korean ceramic bottles, displaying a series of only flat bottles mostly from the museum’s own collection. Of the 70 flat bottles on display, half of them have never been shown to the public before.
Admission is 8,000 won ($7). The center is open from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and closed on Sundays.
Take bus Nos. 145, 440 or 4212 and get off at the Horim Art Center stop.
(02) 541-3523~5, www.horimartcenter.org
AERNOUT MIK: PARALLELITIES
Artsonje Center, Jongno District
To Nov. 29: The solo exhibition of Dutch artist Aernout Mik presents four video installations that focus on borders and conflicts between countries, ideologies and others. Among the works is “Ice Cream Hill” (2014-15), commissioned by the REAL DMZ PROJECT and shown for the first time at this exhibition.
Admission is 3,000 won. The center is closed on Mondays.
Go to Anguk Station, line No. 3, exit 1 and walk for 10 minutes.
(02) 733-8945, www.artsonje.org