MMCA Seoul | inaugural exhibitions in new contemporary art museum
The latest trends and forms of contemporary art have gone on display at the newly opened Seoul branch of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea - MMCA Seoul.
The museum, located in the heart of Seoul next to Gyeongbokgung Palace, is marking its opening in a big way, presenting five exhibitions that encompass diverse forms of contemporary art in exhibition spaces that measure a total of 10,450 square meters.
The museum invited some of the most popular and emerging artists in the international art scene ― among them, Korean installation artist Suh Do Ho, Japanese artist Kishio Suga, who is behind the Japanese art movement Mono-ha, British media artist Tacita Dean, American artist Kim Jones known for antiwar artworks and shocking street performances, and emerging young artists such as Korean media artist Yang Min-ha.
exhibition invited a team of curators from six countries: Eunju Choi, Richard Flood, Ann Gallagher, Yuko Hasegawa, Sook-Kyung Lee, Bernhard Serexhe, and Pooja Sood to select the seven participating artists: Tacita Dean, Kim Jones, Amar Kanwar, Marc Lee, Lee Mingwei, Kishio Suga, and Minha Yang
Other inaugural exhibitions to launch the new MMCA Seoul:
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- Do Ho Suh [image]
Read more about the new MMCA Seoul in Korea Herald