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"Coming into Bloom at the Busan Biennale" - Published on The Korea Blog

Admiring Ju-Ryeon Roh's Ghosts in the Bamboo Forest

Silent But Deadly: the Scent of Korean Food

By Jen Lee

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As a Korean that was born and raised in America, it wasn’t uncommon for me to run into weird experiences like this one. I’ll try not to do these too often, but I figure it would be interesting (or at least funny) to show some of the more awkward phases of growing up as a Korean kid in a world that barely even knew what Korea was (my neighborhood had very few Asians).


Junggang Street Art

If you're ever around the 40 steps area of Busan it'd be well worth coming to explore the side streets of our school. At the start of October they had a street art festival where lots of different artists were given a space to be creative.

We went down for a look and here are some of my favourites:
Steps
The footsteps lead up the stairs with the

Still going to pick up the brush


Yesterday, while I was working through separating stuff I am going to take home and stuff I am getting rid of, I felt the need to pick up my paintbrush. Since this summer I haven't really done my art and knew a part of me was aching. So I got on the map system and found this image on a street corner. I liked the shape of the buildings and the dirty drippings from the windows.

Walls


Funky Seoul Corner 17: Bobby Womack’s ‘Across 110th Street’

By Scott Freeman


Typography Exhibit: Tokyo TDC Seoul 2012


Typography: known as the process or art of arranging types and printing from them. Basically evolving from writing stuff down to making it available to the masses. Certainly the history of typography is something of interest, but why not check into a gallery celebrating contemporary works in the medium?

Scott Bukatman on the Art of Comics and Comics as Art

By Haerin Shin and Angela Becerra Vidergar

Part II

Part I can be read here.

Introduction


Flies That Tweet and Computer Operated Artists

I won't try to pretend that I'm an art enthusiast.  I'm not.  Sure, I enjoy going to museums and looking at paintings and sculptures and photographs, but I've always been the type of person that is entertained by these types of art rather than moved or inspired by them.  I wish I could say that a splatter of paint is enough to make me contemplate the complexities of life, but it isn't.  Which is why I was incredibly surprised to find myself deep in thought at the Spell On You exhibit at the Seoul Museum of Art this past weekend.


Sculptures | Busan, South Korea

Busan, Korea Sculptures

 

Busan Sculptures of Faces

 


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