'phaidon korean art from 1953' is an ongoing research project by David Addison stemming from the initial question: which two pieces of music would you like played at your funeral?
Submissions will be compiled and aim to inform a visual art project in 2018. Possible outcomes include a public exhibition, critical text(s), digital archive, printed publication or presentation within an audio format.
Please share with anyone you feel may be interested or benefit in somehow from tackling the question. A varied dataset of ages, locations, gender and cultural identities will help realise a more fully formed response and critical understanding. If you would like to discuss any aspects of the project in further detail then please get in touch at email@example.com
All submissions can be made anonymously, if contact details are provided then any personal data will be stored securely and if presented publically you will be consulted for consent before any distinguising information is released in a public facing format.
A 'song' here is defined as any piece of recorded music or other composition of sound, instrumental or otherwise. Please supply the performer(s) of your chosen version of the piece rather than original writer if different.
The first comprehensive survey to explore the rich and complex history of contemporary Korean art - an incredibly timely topic Starting with the armistice that divided the Korean Peninsula in 1953, this one-of-a-kind book spotlights the artistic movements and collectives that have flourished and evolved throughout Korean culture over the past seven decades - from the 1950s In 1953, when the Korean War ended in stalemate, painters in South Korea’s destroyed cities set out to forge a new art, breaking with the colonial tradition of Japan (which occupied Korea from 1910 to 1945), as well as new Western cultural influences. Words PORT Magazine. 16 Apr 2020 - Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction | Art | Phaidon Store A new book by Phaidon chronicles these developments, largely omitted from western art history, combining contributions from leading Korean scholars alongside works that reflect the country's tumultuous recent history. Post-war art from this hugely cultured, divided peninsula is brought together in this ground-breaking new publication. Contributing editors include Dr. Yeon Shim Chung of Hongik University, an expert in Korean art history; Art Director Sunjung Kim of Art Sonje, Seoul; Dr. Kimberly Chung, specialist in Korean visual culture; and Dr. Keith B. Wagner of University College London, a scholar on global cinema, media, and visual culture. Breakout stars, such as Nam June Paik and Do Ho Suh, fill these pages too, with works that express both distinctly Korean sentiments, and say something more broadly about globalization, the immigrant experience, and technology. 1, 1980, Lee Ufan, From Line, 1973, glue and mineral pigment on canvas, Do Ho Suh, Apartment A, Unit 2, Corridor and Staircase, 348 West, 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011, USA, 2011–14, Artists of the Shinjeon Group – Kang Kuk-jin, Jung Kang-ja, Chung Chan-seung, Kim In-hwan, Shim Sun-hee, Yang Duk-soo – standing by Jung’s work Kiss me (1967), at the ‘Union Exhibition of Korean Young Artists’, Korea Information Center, Seoul, 1967, Park Hyun-ki, Video Inclining Water, 1979, performance, Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction, Yeon Shim Chung, Sunjung Kim, Kimberly Chung, Keith B. Wagner. ABOUT PHAIDON Phaidon is the premier global publisher of the creative arts with over 1,500 titles in print. Este libro nos cuenta el desarrollo del arte desde ese momento en las últimas siete décadas, desde el avant garde de los años 50, al feminismo de los 70, del nacimiento de la Gwangju Biennale en los 90 al menor conocido mundo del arte de Corea del Norte. Korean Art since 1953: Collision, Innovation and Interaction is a comprehensive survey of contemporary Korean art. Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction. Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation and Interaction By:Yeon Shim Chung,Sunjung Kim,Kimberly Chung,Keith B. Wagner Published on 2020-03-25 by Phaidon Press. Ordenar por Listar. “ This is a stunning object, one that quite simply manages to look like one of Kapoor’s sculptures .” (Abe Books) CAD$105.00 order your copy of Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction here. Hong Kong. €65.00 "—HERO magazine, "Global scholars and art specialists amass the first comprehensive look at North and South Korean art after the Korean War. Social, political and gender conflicts played out in many other parts of the globe are presented here, as is the influence of foreign, artworld movements, such as minimalism, pop, and proletkult. Korean ... Mostrando 49 a 60 de 337 (29 Páginas) Ver. "From Lee Bul to Name June Paik, Do Ho Suh and Park Seo-Bo, the roots of Korea's thriving contemporary art scene are deeply embedded within the country's complex historical narratives.