Korean Passion Meets India - a contemporary art exhibition

Top Quote Korean passion meets India- a contemporary art exhibition opened on 18th Jan late evening. The exhibition was organized by Group SEOMI from Korea in collaboration with Korean Cultural Centre, India at Korean Cultural Centre, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 23, 2016 - New Delhi : One can witness great art works till 12th of February. Director Kim KumPyoun of Korean Cultural Centre welcomed all the artists from Korea and India. Total 67 art works were displayed, in which 57 works were made by Korean artists and rest 10 by Indian Artists.

    This artist's exchange exhibition intended to bring together contemporary artists from Korea and India, facilitating mutual understanding and rapport. It thereby presented the artists of both countries with the opportunity to share ideas, learn from each other, and cultivate artistic camaraderie.

    Director Kim KumPyoung said that such kind of exchange programmes not only showcases different art forms but also gives the opportunity to learn the art form of different nations. It helps in building the cultural relations more strong. We welcome Indian artists to showcase their art works in Korea.

    Art Director Park Sohee said that the idea of organizing the exhibition is inspired from the historical relationship between Korea and India. She also said the working experience with Indian artist had always been great. The colour, story line and theme have different moods to show in their art form.

    Different forms and methods were used to make the striking arts. Some of them were Oil on Canvas, Korean Paper Traditional Painting, Stone colour, Textile painting,Arcylic, Digital, Mix Medium, Plaster painting and many other forms were there. Indian Artist Alok Guniyal show cased his master piece from 'Band Wala theme painting. Korean ArtistBin Hyun Kyung displayed the work on 'Speak of Flowers, Kim Young Bo displayed Old House. Reincarnation was beautiful art made by Lee Soon Hee. Son JinSook displayed Autumn Sunshine.

    Other artists who displayed their work were Alok Uniyal, BirendraPani, Dhaneshwar Shah, Kali Charan Gupta, Nand Katyal, Neha Talwar, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Kang Yun Ja, Kwak Kwon Hee, Kim MyungHee, Kim ByungJoo, Kim Sang Soo, Kim Sung Bok, Kim Se Eun, Kim Yong Bo, Kim Young Ja, Kim In Tae, Kim Jong Chil, Kim Jin Won, Kim HyangMi and more.

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