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Gallery Hyundai presents "Syntax and Sorcery," a solo exhibition by Ayoung Kim on display through September 14.
August 10, 2022 - September 14, 2022
Gallery Hyundai is hosting a solo exhibition by Ayoung Kim in Seoul, called “Syntax and Sorcery,” on display through September 14. The multimedia exhibition shares the tale of Ernst Mo, a female delivery rider working in a fictional Seoul. In this world, the riders are called dancers and work for Deliver Dancer, a powerful platform run by an AI system—the Dancemaster. Ayoung Kim is known for referencing modern and historical geopolitical movements, and “Syntax and Sorcery” is no different. The exhibition includes video installation work, a 20-meter-long wallpaper installation, and more as Ayoung Kim explores the Possible Worlds Theory in combination with the real experiences of delivery riders throughout the pandemic.
Painter Park Seo-Bo’s GIZI Foundation is a non-profit art space in Seoul dedicated to nurturing future generations of artists.
Do Ho Suh and the Seoul Museum of Art have put together "Artland," a participatory children's exhibition open through March 12.
Emma Webster's solo exhibition "Illuminarium" will be on display through October 1 at Perrotin Dosan Park.
Lehmann Maupin presents "DNA:Study/(Visual:Ear), a solo exhibition of work from abstract painter McArthur Binion.
Phillips and The Artist Room are presenting "New Romantics" at the Lee Eugean Gallery in Seoul.
The Seoul Museum of Art presents "Scoring the Words," on view through November 20.
Opening for the occasion of Frieze Week in Seoul, Pace Gallery is presenting the first solo exhibition in Asia of the artist Adrian Ghenie.