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Exhibitions at Venice Biennale - KOREA

Venice Biennale - KRIT

Venice Biennale - KOREA
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History Has Failed Us, but No Matter

History Has Failed Us, but No Matter

siren eun young jung

– 24 Nov 2019
Who canonized the formation of history and whose bodies are yet to be written about as part of that story? What changes would emerge, if we revisited the solid strata demarking East Asia and its myths, and what would we discover if we approached these sites of modernization and nationalistic history through the lens of gender diversity? It is these vital questions that frame the exhibition History Has Failed Us, but No Matter organized for the Korean Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennal… more

Venice Biennale - KRIT

Venice Biennale - KOREA
Giardini
30124 Venezia

+39 41-2770990


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Kimsooja

To Breathe: Bottari

To Breathe: Bottari

– 24 Nov 2013
The notion of bottari (bundle) as a whole and totality and the concept of sewing have been the central components of Kimsooja’s work for over three decades. Posing various questions about the formal aspects of tableau, sculpture, object and installation, bottari encompasses issues of body, self and others and the relationship of yin and yang to life and death. Bottari explores problems of location and dislocation, migration, exile, and war, while posing existential and cognitive questions … more

Venice Biennale - KRIT

The Venice Biennale - Korean Pavilion

30124 Venezia

+39 41-2770990


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Haegue Yang

Condensation

Condensation

Light sculptures and video essays

– 22 Nov 2009
In the exhibition “Condensation”, presented at the Korean Pavilion of the 53rd Venice Biennale, Haegue Yang explores private or hidden spaces that might be considered marginal or insignificant but to the artist constitute profound backdrops for understanding: the vulnerable sites where informal development can occur.

The video essay Doubles and Halves—Events with Nameless Neighbors (2009) is a kind of cornerstone of the exhibition. In it, Yang integrates footage shot in two ov… more