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Chung Seoyoung, "Lookout," 1999, wood, glass, 210 x 120 x 88 cm, Collection of Art Sonje Center, photo by Kwon Oyeol, courtesy of the artist and Seoul Museum of Art.
Chung Seoyoung, "Wave (a remaining part of the installation work Ghost, Wave, Fire)," 1988-2022, jesmonite, c. 50 x 70 x 40 cm, the original plasticine work recast into jesmonite, photo by Mingu Jeong, courtesy of the artist and the Seoul Museum of Art.
Chung Seoyoung, "Ice-cream Refrigerator and Cake Refrigerator," 2007, steel, glasses, light fixture, 89.5 x 110 x 67 cm / 87 x 112 x 70 cm, photo by Kim Yongkwan, courtesy of Private Collection.
Chung Seoyoung, "Sink," 2011, sink, rock, paint, 78 x 162 x 143 cm. photo by Park Myungrae, courtesy of the Seoul Museum of Art.
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Chung Seo-young: What I saw today

The Seoul Museum of Art is showing "What I saw today," featuring work from sculptor Chung Seo-young.

September 1, 2022 - November 13, 2022

Coinciding with Frieze Seoul, the Seoul Museum of Art is presenting “What I saw today,” a retrospective of sculptor Chung Seo-young. Chung is known for her use of unconventional materials in sculpture work—such as styrofoam, sponges, and plastic—but here has expanded to digital works in the forms of video, sound, and performance. In celebration of the exhibition, the museum will also be releasing an English publication about Chung's extensive work in the art world.

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61 Deoksugung-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Sep 1 - Nov 13
Seoul Museum of Art
Chung Seo-young: What I saw today
The Seoul Museum of Art is showing "What I saw today," featuring work from sculptor Chung Seo-young.

Exhibitions

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GIZI Foundation

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: Artland

Do Ho Suh and the Seoul Museum of Art have put together "Artland," a participatory children's exhibition open through March 12.

Emma Webster: Illuminarium

Emma Webster's solo exhibition "Illuminarium" will be on display through October 1 at Perrotin Dosan Park.

McArthur Binion: DNA:Study/(Visual:Ear)

Lehmann Maupin presents "DNA:Study/(Visual:Ear), a solo exhibition of work from abstract painter McArthur Binion.

New Romantics

Phillips and The Artist Room are presenting "New Romantics" at the Lee Eugean Gallery in Seoul.

Scoring the Words

The Seoul Museum of Art presents "Scoring the Words," on view through November 20.

Adrian Ghenie

Opening for the occasion of Frieze Week in Seoul, Pace Gallery is presenting the first solo exhibition in Asia of the artist Adrian Ghenie.

teamLab: Massless Suns

On view in the ground floor space of Pace Gallery’s Seoul complex is an exhibition of the experiential art collective teamLab, “Massless Suns.”

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