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remember now @ Blacklab Gallery, Brisbane

Blacklab invites you to: remember now - a one day exhibition of contemporary souvenirs by Joanna Callaghan. Friday 16 December 11-9pm, Drinks 6-9pm. remember now includes a series of Brisbane postcards, a Michelle Leslie bikini with matching burka and a Falconio trial momento series of coasters and mugs. Joanna Callaghan is an Australian artist based in London. remember now is an exhibition of new work made over the last four weeks during a residency at Brisbane's Raw Space. read more or visit http://www.joannacallaghan.co.uk or http://www.blacklab.com.au for more details

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KISSS exhibition @ Concial Gallery, Melbourne

KISSS - Kinship International Strategy on Surveillance and Suppression, is a touring exhibition of products, process and residues from the meta-performance project KISSS. A Conical Exchange Project with Elastic Residency (UK) : Responding to political, social and personal issues around surveillance and suppression, KISSS incorporates the individual and collaborative practices of artists, writers and curators. OPENING FRIDAY 28 from 6 - 8.30pm, KISSS will be held from OCTOBER 28 - NOVEMBER 13. A free forum will take place on Saturday 29 October with Joanna Callaghan & Deej Fabyc in collaboration with local artists. All welcome. Interested parties are invited to participate - please contact Conical at info@conical.org.au. Read more or visit http://www.elastic.org.uk or http://www.conical.org.au for more information

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Rhizome art archive

The Rhizome ArtBase is an online archive of new media art containing more than 1400 works.

Seoul Olympic Art Museum

an integrated culture space located in the Olympic Park, Seoul
http://www.olympicpark.co.kr/jsp/english/contents/culture/museum.jsp

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Space*c

Coreana art & culture complex.
https://www.spacec.co.kr

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PYO Gallery

Mi-Sun Pyo opened her spacious gallery space in 1981 in the heart of Seoul, Korea. Since then the gallery has gained a reputation for exhibiting cutting-edge Modern and Contemporary fine art in all genres: painting, sculpture, photography, installation, and video art. Works by such most notable artists in the Korean and international fine art scene like Nam-June Baik, Chang-Sup Chung, Ilia Heinig, Tschang-Yeul Kim, Duk-Jun Kwak, Hoon Kwak, Ufan Lee, David Nash, Sufan Oh, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Byung-Yup Ryoo, Frank Stella, Rufino Tamayo and by artists with great potential such as Yong-Deok Lee, Sung-Tae Park, Seng-Ho Yoo, Jung-Jin Lee, Ho-Cheul Lee have graced our walls. The focus of our exhibition program has always been to expose major Korean and international modern and contemporary art to the Korean art community and to introduce new, talented Korean artists to the international art community.

In addition to curating exclusive monthly exhibitions for its Seoul venue, the PYO gallery, with over 1,000 artworks in stock, annually curates and exports fine art traveling exhibitions for other major galleries and museums worldwide.
http://www.pyoart.com

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Kim Chong Yung sculpture museum

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Kimi Art

KIMI is an art gallery that presents the work of art and culture in all media by both national and international artists of our times. KIMI is committed to supporting and presenting emerging Korean artists through special exhibitions and various project programs, and building a network with international art venues to extend the scope of young Korean artists' artistic career. KIMI wishes to be an art center that offers mature leisure activity for the general public and a professional art channel that provides talented Korean artists with diverse challenging opportunities.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/%ED%8F%89%EC%B0%BD%EB%8F%99-Kimi-Art-Gall...

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Whanki Museum

Art museum in Seoul.
http://whankimuseum.org/eng

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Brain Factory

Art gallery in Seoul - Brain Factory is a private gallery and non-profit organization founded in 2003 by Lee Sukjin and Tom Lee, who are dedicated to promoting Korean contemporary art and artists, and providing consulting services to new and young artists to improve the presentation of their exhibitions. The Brain Factory also serves as an open studio for young artists in order to encourage their creativity and confidence stepping out into the art world. Initiated by the gallery director Tom Lee, with workshops and training for young Korean artists, the Brain Factory has served both as gallery and studio for up and coming local artists ever since.
http://www.brainfactory.org via visit Seoul

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Daelim Contemporary Art Museum

The Mission of Daelim Contemporary Art Museum is to promote excellence and achievement in the artistic community of the Seoul City area. As a photograph- specialized museum, Daelim Contemporary Art Museum presents a variety of modern photograph artworks to the people in this area and develops remarkable and young domestic and international artists.
http://www.daelimmuseum.org

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Ilju Art House

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Ilmin museum of art

The ilmin museum of art is run by the Ilmin Cultural Foundation, which aims to commemorate Kim, Sang-man who devoted his whole life to the promotion of the press and the culture. In the old office building of Dong-a Ilbo, the newspaper company, the history of the ilmin museum of art began as the Ilmin Center in 1994. It was then registered as the ilmin museum of art in Dec. 1996, and, then renovated into its current state in 2002. The Ilmin Collection includes about 430 artifacts from the Koryo Dynasty to the Modern era of Korea collected by Ilmin, about 1,200 other pieces from the Dong-a Ilbo Collection and about 100 pieces of contemporary artwork. The contemporary art collection consists of artworks which carry social messages; this well shows the character of the ilmin museum of art as a comtemporary museum.
http://ilmin.org

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