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Deadline: November 20, 2021

Welcoming the Moon - Korean Hands, the Next Generation (credit: hk.korean-culture.org)

Welcoming the Moon - Korean Hands, the Next Generation presents the artworks of KIM Insig, KWON Jungmo, LEE Jungwon, and CHO Byunghee, four conspicuous figures in the Korean contemporary crafts industry. About 20 pieces of artwork inspired by the full moon will be shown in Hong Kong for the first time. KIM Insig’s moon jars remind us of the full moon, while LEE Jungwon’s glass artworks beautifully reflect the colors of the moon. KWON Jungmo made light objects and glass artworks that resemble the moonlight and the color of the moon respectively. Finally, CHO Byunghee's media art brings a story about the moon with sensual images with trendy and atmospheric music. The well-known Korean white porcelain moon jar first made during the Joseon dynasty has influenced the craft industry until today. Through this exhibition, the audience can appreciate not only the moon jar but also other Korean crafts derived from the characteristics of the moon.

Themed with K-Ceramics and Crafts, the three exhibitions- 'Korean Ceramic Pavilion', 'Welcoming the Moon - Korean Hands, the Next Generation, and '2021 Korea-Hong Kong Exchange through Porcelain art “50 Colors of Wishes”' are now showcasing at Korean Cultural Center until 20 November. The exhibitions have collaborated with Korea Ceramic Foundation, Stroll(Stella A&C), and T.O.LEE Porcelain Art.

Date

15 Oct - 20 Nov 2021

Venue

6-7/F, Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong

Artist

KIM Insig 金仁植

LEE Jeongwon 李政遠

KWON Jungmo 權重模

CHO Byunghee 趙炳暿

Deadline: November 20, 2021

2021 Korea-Hong Kong Exchange through Porcelain art “50 Colors of Wishes” (credit: hk.korean-culture.org)

In the fall of 2021, 50 artists from Korea and Hong Kong gathered together to reconnect the time of cultural exchange and communication between the two countries, which was cut off due to the pandemic last year. Porcelain Art - 2021 Korea-Hong Kong Exchange through Porcelain art "50 colors of Wishes" was planned.

In this exhibition, 19 Korean artists (TOLee Porcelain Art) and 31 Hong Kong artists (Hong Kong Porcelain Club, International Porcelain Artists & Teachers Asia Chapter) collaborated on 50 works by applying various social and cultural materials from both countries. It will be presented in the form of work.

T.O.LEE Porcelain Art, The Hong Kong Porcelain Painting Club, and International Porcelain Artists & Teachers Asia Chapter are collaborating on the Korea-Hong Kong Porcelain Painting Exhibition titled 50 colors of wishes. T.O.LEE Porcelain Art has been arranging group exhibitions in Hong Kong since 2010. This year, 50 porcelain artists from Korea and Hong Kong will paint their artworks on a porcelain plate under various cultural themes related to Korea and Hong Kong. This program aims to support local Korean social and cultural activities, as well as to collaborate with Hong Kong ceramic organizations.

Date

  1. Opening October 15th (4pm ~ 6pm)
  2. October 16th ~ November 20th (10am~6pm, Tue~Sat)
  3. Closed on Sundays and Mondays

Exhibition Venue

Korean Cultural Center Hong Kong (6-7/F Block B, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Str., Central, Hong Kong)

Free admission

Inquiries

tolee@kakao.com

Hong Kong Korean Women’s Association website Porcelain art “50 Colors of Wishes”

Deadline: November 20, 2021

Korean Ceramic Pavilion at Fine Art Asia 2021 (credit: hk.korean-culture.org)

Date

  1. Fine Art Asia Art Fair: 7-11 Oct 2021
  2. Exhibition at Korean Cultural Center: 15 Oct-20 Nov 2021

Venue

  1. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hall 3C 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong
  2. 6-7/F, Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong

Artist

  1. LEE Sangho 李相浩
  2. HA Min Ji 河珉芝
  3. KIM Hyeonjong 金鉉鍾
  4. KWON Jin Hee 權眞姬
  5. HONG Jee Eun 洪志恩
  6. LEE Young Mn 李愥䪸
  7. HAN Yong Beom 韓勇範
  8. RYU Ho Sik 柳浩植
  9. SEO Ho Seok 徐好錫
  10. CHOI Myungsik 崔明植

In collaboration with Korea Ceramic Foundation, Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong will be presenting the Korean Ceramic Pavilion booth in Fine Art Asia 2021.

Fine Art Asia is recognized as Asia’s leading fine art fair by the international art world. It is the only fair in Asia which showcases a wide range of fine arts from Asia and the West. Fine Art Asia 2021 coincides with major fine art auctions in the same venue, attracting a high-profile, sophisticated audience of dealers, collectors, curators, connoisseurs, and art lovers from every corner of the world.

The objects and artworks crafted by ten major crafts artists from Korea will be available for sale at the fair. In addition to ceramics for daily use, there will also be art objects that you can appreciate at home. After the art fair, the Korean Ceramic Pavilion will be moved to the Korean Cultural Center located at PMQ, a complex cultural space full of local crafts studios, expecting to produce synergy effects on craft development.

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