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Click to enlargeREHEARSALS FROM THE KOREAN AVANT-GARDE PERFORMANCE ARCHIVE
Jun 27 - Aug 19, 2017
The exhibition explores the development of South Korea’s performance art scene during the late 60s and 70s. It focuses on how to engage with a non-Western history of performance art through live events, archival material and contemporary artistic practices.
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JHEON SOOCHEON : SOLO EXHIBITION
Jun 7 - Jul 21, 2018 FINAL WEEK
The KCCUK presents the first solo exhibition in the UK of the
internationally acclaimed artist Jheon Soocheon (b. 1947), famously
known for his large-scale installation works. The exhibition will feature his new spectacular installation works using over 1,000 stainless supermirrors and 35,000 pieces of polycarbonate.

KCCUK/SPACE STUDIO AWARD : JUNGYOON HYEN
Aug 6 - Sep 1, 2018
Private view Mon Aug 6 6pm - 8pm
Started in September 2017, the KCCUK/SPACE Studios Award offers a Korean artist graduating from a London art school the opportunity for time and space to develop their practice for 12 months.
Jungyoon Hyen was selected as the winner of the first KCCUK/SPACE Studios Award. As part of the award, she completed her residency at SPACE Studios, followed by a solo exhibition at the KCCUK in August 2018.

YUNCHUL KIM : DAWNS, MINE, CRYSTAL
Sep 17 - Nov 3, 2018
The Korean Cultural Centre, London (KCCUK) is pleased to announce Dawns, Mine, Crystal, the first UK solo exhibition from South Korean artist Yunchul Kim. The exhibition marks Kim’s nomination as ‘2018 Artist of the Year’, KCCUK’s major annual award programme. Working within the realms of contemporary art, science and visual effects, the exhibition comprises installations, drawings and sketchbooks and premieres the new work Cascade (2018), a joint commission by KCCUK, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool) and Arts at CERN (the arts programme of the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva).

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