1664 was born Andreas Schlüter, German baroque sculptor and architect
Art Gwangju, the first edition of which will take place in September 2010 is a sister event to the Gwangju Biennale, Art Gwangju will be different from other existing art fairs in that it will bring together works of contemporary art and design. Art Gwangju will lay the ground work for the aesthetic, cultural, and industrial bridging of contemporary art and design.
KDJ Convention Center 1159-2 Chipyeong-dong, Seogu, Gwangju-si 502-828 Korea
Gwangju Biennale Hall 500-070 211 Biennale 2 gil Buk- Gu Gwangju, Korea
Gwangju Museum of Art 52 Haseo-ro Buk-Gu Gwangju, Korea
Gwangju Folk Museum 213 Biennale 2 gil Buk-gu, Gwangju, Korea
Admission:General Ticket 10,000 booking / 14,000 on site
concessions for youth and more than one day tickets.
Inaugurated in 2000 with a specific aim to enforce the image of the city of Seoul as a capital of technological development, the exhibition has been one of few international biennials with a focus on "media art". As the possibilities of media continue to redefine and alter everyday life, it is an opportune moment to re-examine our basic notion of media, in order to intelligently and thoughtfully head forth into a new era.
Venues: Seoul Museum of Art(SeMA), Gyeonghuigung Annex of Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul Museum of History, Simpson Memorial Hall (Ewha Girl's High School)
Busan Biennale is a comprehensive art festival that integrated three different festivals that had been held in the city. Now, the festival serves as an arena to present an interpretation of the hard-to-understand contemporary art,
Busan, South Korea. Different venues: Busan Museum of Art, Busan Yacht Center, Gwangalli Beach,
Busan Cultural Center, Exhibition Hall at Busan City Hall,