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Korean Eye 2012: Saatchi Gallery

This month there are many things inspiring me, but one that really catches the eye is the arrival of contemporary Korean art from 33 artists including Debbie Han, Seon Ghi Bahk, Ji Yen Lee and Myung Gyun You at the Saatchi Gallery to coincide with the Olympic Games.

The exhibition presents the largest survey of new Korean art to date, and highlights an exciting group of artists who have recently emerged on the global art scene, producing work that provides an arresting insight into the future of contemporary art in Korea.

organic, bubbling forms featuring fragments of Korean patterned vases

The show

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About Nicola Anthony (24 Articles)
Nicola Anthony is an artist living & working in London, seeking to discover things which make her mind crackle with creative thought. She sees the world as a series of interconnected subject matters, fragile moments & things from which ‘stuff’ can be made. A lady of many hats, she also gives lectures, writes an artist’s blog, freelances on creative projects, & works for some of London’s producing theatres, (including Young Vic, BAC, Almeida, & Royal Court). With this multiple hat complex things can get quite kaleidoscopic, but through her artwork & her writing she tries to capture some of this erratically shifting multicoloured world. With a fascination in language, her art explores the way we read meaning into words & artworks: Text, stories & voices are used as sculptural materials, whilst forms & lines are created with sentences. Her point of view on the world can be bizarre at times, but she hopes to help you discover new things & a new way of looking. @Nicola_Anthony on Twitter
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