Lee Bul's sculptures to be featured at Met's facade
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) in New York will install four new sculptures by Lee Bul, one of Korea’s leading contemporary artists, in front of its building, the museum said Wednesday.
American busted for tagging Itaewon with graffiti about teeth-grinding disorder
An American man in his 30s who drew hundreds of graffiti in the Itaewon neighborhood in Yongsan District, Central Seoul, has been captured, police said on Monday.
'Colorful' exhibit highlights media art by artists with disabilities
Titled “Colorful,” the show is hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Creative Content Agency (Kocca). It has four media artworks, two of which are pieces by artists from the Korea Disability Arts & Culture Center.
Photography exhibition in Arizona to chronicle 'facets of Korean life'
Titled “Wonders and Witness: Contemporary Photography from Korea,” the exhibition was co-organized by the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) and the CCP.
Shinsegae awarded minister's commendation for arts support
Shinsegae will receive the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Commendation for supporting young artists and promoting arts and culture.
Be immersed in the 'Delight' that is Korean art at London's Borough Yards
An immersive art exhibition "Delight" brings Korean art to London's Borough Yards, showcasing media installations that highlight Seoul's vibrant city life and cultural heritage. Lanterns, zodiac animals, and traditional landscapes are featured.
Sabine Haag, director general of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, far right, and Austrian Ambassador to Korea Wolfgang Angerholzer, far left, present the Austrian Decoration for Science and Art on behalf of the federal president of Austria...
'Night at the Museum,' but in Seoul's MMCA
The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) in Seoul is hosting an all-night event called "lOgin Finale" on Nov. 10 to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The event will include programs such as live performances and Hula-Hoop competitions.
Massive art storage center to address Korea's growing market
Arshexa plans to build Asia's largest storage house for artworks and luxury goods at Incheon International Airport in Korea. The facility aims to address the lack of storage options in the country and provide optimal preservation conditions.
Documentary on late artist Kim Tschang-yeul now playing at MMCA Seoul
“The Man Who Paints Water Drops” (2022), a documentary on the artist Kim Tschang-yeul (1929-2021), is being screened at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art’s (MMCA) branch in Jongno District, central Seoul, until Nov. 19.