Exposition : Contemporary Korean Ceramics


Contemporary Korean Ceramics

Victoria and Albert Museum

Jusqu’au 11 février 2018

Artists: Ahn Seong Man, Cho Sinhyun, Ju Sekyun, Kang Ikjoong, Kim Juree, Koo Bohnchang, Lee Kanghyo, Lee Seunghee, Park Sohyoung, Seo Daekyun, Shin Meekyoung, Yoo Euijeong, Yoon Sol, Yu Sangduk, Yun Jucheol.

This year, to mark the start of UK-Korea Season 2017-18, the V&A will hold a special display titled Contemporary Korean Ceramics from 19 May 2017 to 11 February 2018 in the Ceramic Galleries. It will bring together works by 15 emerging and established artists from Korea to offer a range of insights into the richness of contemporary Korean studio ceramic practice.  The display originated from the Fondation d’entreprise Bernardaud and their guest curator Hyeyoung Cho, and is organised and curated for the V&A by Dr Rosalie Kim, Samsung Curator of Korean Art.

Contemporary Korean Ceramics celebrates the many channels of expression in contemporary Korean ceramics today. Some works relate to current issues in Korean society, whilst others re-interpret tradition or experiment with different making techniques. The display will also feature the V&A’s recent acquisitions of Korean ceramics made possible with support from Samsung.


V&A Korea-UK Ceramic Residency

1 October 2017 to 31 March 2018
Ceramics Studio
Open studios and other free residency events
Artists: Kim Juree and Neil Brownsword

The ceramic display will be accompanied by the first Korean ceramic residence at the V&A from 1 October 2017 to 31 March 2018. Multi-awarded young Korean ceramic artist, Kim Juree (also part of the display), will collaborate with Neil Brownsword, a British ceramic artist, who was recently awarded the Grand Prize at the Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale in Korea in 2015.

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