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“12th Gwangju Biennale: Imagined Borders”

12TH GWANGJU BIENNALE, Gwangju

View of “The Art of Survival: Assembly, Sustainability, Shift,” curated by Kim Man seok, Kim Sung woo, and Chong-Ok Paek, Asia Cultural Center, Gwangju, 2018.
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Amy Zion

What is art’s role when geopolitical tensions run high and technology makes it difficult—perhaps even irresponsible—to tune out of the perpetual state-of-emergency news cycle that promises, and often delivers, news that impacts the daily lives of people near and far. That’s a reasonable question on many curators’ minds when they... continue reading
A "curated walk," part of the Monthly Gatherings organized by the 11th Gwangju Biennale, 2016.
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Hanlu Zhang

Hanging right inside the main entrance in Gallery 1, facing incoming visitors, Agnieszka Polska’s Glass of Petrol (2015) is the one work that cannot be missed at the 11th Gwangju Biennale. Depicting a champagne flute filled with shiny gasoline, the colorfulness of which resembles that of Planet Earth, Polska’s digital... continue reading

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