Wooson Gallery
Daegu, Korea

Wooson Gallery is directly working with international artists and critics to produce museum-quality exhibitions of distinguished work with the intention of enlightening clients and visitors so that they may form motley opinions and make decisions when appreciating and acquiring contemporary art. The gallery staff takes this educational mission seriously so that they devote to publish raisonne of the artists whose exhibition have in Wooson and organizes according educational programs such as lectures, artist talks, international communication between art lovers and professionals as well as any kind of meetings with artists, art critics and art historians. Wooson Gallery continues not only to focus on great international and Korean masters but also to introduce young Korean artists to the global audience. At the same time Wooson Gallery sees its principal mission of the great artists of our epoch and in their museological and public integration in Korea.

Andrei Molodkin

Hubert Scheibl

Chun Sungmyung

Wang Yuping

Jannis Kounellis

Kei Takemura

Qiu Anxiong
Wooson Gallery
Daegu, Korea

Wooson Gallery is directly working with international artists and critics to produce museum-quality exhibitions of distinguished work with the intention of enlightening clients and visitors so that they may form motley opinions and make decisions when appreciating and acquiring contemporary art. The gallery staff takes this educational mission seriously so that they devote to publish raisonne of the artists whose exhibition have in Wooson and organizes according educational programs such as lectures, artist talks, international communication between art lovers and professionals as well as any kind of meetings with artists, art critics and art historians. Wooson Gallery continues not only to focus on great international and Korean masters but also to introduce young Korean artists to the global audience. At the same time Wooson Gallery sees its principal mission of the great artists of our epoch and in their museological and public integration in Korea.

Andrei Molodkin

Hubert Scheibl

Chun Sungmyung

Wang Yuping

Jannis Kounellis

Kei Takemura

Qiu Anxiong
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    Jun 12 – Aug 3, 2024
    Vi Per
    Prague, Czech Republic
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    Publication
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    International
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    Foundling Museum
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    Feb 17 – Oct 20, 2024
    Sainsbury Centre
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    This year, the Sainsbury Centre is investigating how we can know what is true in the world around us through a series of fascinating, interlinked exhibitions. The dynamic 2024 programme consists of four key, interlinked exhibitions – In Event of Moon Disaster, Liquid Gender, Jeffrey Gibson: no simple word for time and The Camera Never Lies – bringing together some of the world’s leading artists and creative thinkers, plus a new, interlinking publication. (more…)
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