South Korea: As if nothing had happened

July 17, 2017

[fb_button] Serim Lee’s art work indicates a contradiction in Korean society. In her experience the general public is not too concerned about social issues. The materials used in the art work such as fiber glass, [Read more…]


Korean art: Collision of modernism and traditionalism

November 22, 2016

[fb_button] Kim Yunkyung’s sculpture “We are not two…” made of bronze and stainless steel combines the traditional Korean culture with modern Western culture. Using the analogy of clothes, the sculpture represents the traditional Korean jacket and [Read more…]


South Korea: Universal love?

October 23, 2016

[fb_button] Yang Younghoe‘s first art piece “Love” incorporates two Kohler faucets in the metal object and somewhat holding it together with urethane paint. In her view this represents Korea’s power combining economic growth and love for [Read more…]

Kohler Arts

Bold. Art. Exhibition in Seoul

October 20, 2015

[fb_button] Artists from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea were invited to present their exotic and meaningful art pieces during the Kohler and the Arts Exhibition, recently held in Seoul, South Korea.     [Read more…]