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Chan-Hyo Bae

Fin dal completamento degli studi alla Scuola di Belle Arti ‘Slade’ (UCL, Londra) nel 2007, Chan-Hyo Bae ha espresso nel suo lavoro sentimenti di estraniazione culturale ed emotiva, sperimentati dall’artista durante il periodo di studio in Inghilterra. La sua serie Existing in Costume (Esistendo in Costume), con meticolosa ricerca del dettaglio, crea scene elaborate di sé stesso come nobildonna occidentale, dall’epoca Elisabettiana fino all’età della Reggenza. Questa ricerca dell’individuo all’interno di una narrazione identitaria collettiva nazionalistica viene ulteriormente sviluppata nelle sue ultime opere che prediligono come soggetto il regno delle fiabe occidentali, storie che hanno permeato la nostra cultura e plasmato la nostra psiche. La sua ricerca attuale descrive il soggetto della punizione in riferimento all’esercizio del potere.

Fin dal completamento degli studi alla Scuola di Belle Arti ‘Slade’ (UCL, Londra) nel 2007, Chan-Hyo Bae ha espresso nel suo lavoro sentimenti di estraniazione culturale ed emotiva, sperimentati dall’artista durante il periodo di studio in Inghilterra. La sua serie Existing in Costume (Esistendo in Costume), con meticolosa ricerca del dettaglio, crea scene elaborate di sé stesso come nobildonna occidentale, dall’epoca Elisabettiana fino all’età della Reggenza. Questa ricerca dell’individuo all’interno di una narrazione identitaria collettiva nazionalistica viene ulteriormente sviluppata nelle sue ultime opere che prediligono come soggetto il regno delle fiabe occidentali, storie che hanno permeato la nostra cultura e plasmato la nostra psiche. La sua ricerca attuale descrive il soggetto della punizione in riferimento all’esercizio del potere.

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Straniamento – Seemingly familiar or seemingly unfamiliar

Exhibition in collaboration with Korea Film Fest 2017

Straniamento – Seemingly familiar or seemingly unfamiliar

7 Korean contemporary artists are showcased at MAD Murate Art District, Florence, Italy from 30 March to 29 April, 2017, featuring approximately 20 art works including Photography, Video, Performance, Painting, Sculpture. This exhibition was started by two Korean independent curators, Jiyoung LEE(Representative of Platform A) and Kko-kka LEE (former Head of Planning and the academic program for Busan Biennale 2016), who are interested in promoting Korean art abroad, and have worked in collaboration with the director of Florence Korea Film Fest, Riccardo Gelli from Taegukgi, Toscana Korea Association and the Artistic Director of Le Murate and the Progetti Arte Contemporanea, Valentina Gensini. As an extension of the Florence Korea Film Fest 2017 (23 March to 31 March), the exhibition hopes to broaden the understanding and appreciation of Korean culture in Toscana, Italy. Straniamento is an Italian word meaning Defamilarization

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Straniamento – Seemingly familiar or seemingly unfamiliar

7 Korean contemporary artists are showcased at MAD Murate Art District, Florence, Italy from 30 March to 29 April, 2017, featuring approximately 20 art works including Photography, Video, Performance, Painting, Sculpture. This exhibition was started by two Korean independent curators, Jiyoung LEE(Representative of Platform A) and Kko-kka LEE (former Head of Planning and the academic program for Busan Biennale 2016), who are interested in promoting Korean art abroad, and have worked in collaboration with the director of Florence Korea Film Fest, Riccardo Gelli from Taegukgi, Toscana Korea Association and the Artistic Director of Le Murate and the Progetti Arte Contemporanea, Valentina Gensini. As an extension of the Florence Korea Film Fest 2017 (23 March to 31 March), the exhibition hopes to broaden the understanding and appreciation of Korean culture in Toscana, Italy. Straniamento is an Italian word meaning Defamilarization which expresses the curators’ intention to promote a dialogue between Italian audiences and unfamiliar Korean contemporary artworks so as to expose and explore shared feelings and common values.

Participating Artists BAE Chanhyo, GUEM Minjeong, HAN Sungpil, KANG Yiyun, KIM Jongku, WON Seoungwon, YEOM Jihye (Alphabetical Order) Curators: LEE Jiyoung, LEE Kko-Kka (Alphabetical Order) Host: Platform A Organizer: Comune di Firenze, Muse and Le Murate. Progetti Arte Contemporanea, Taegukgi (Toscana Korea Association) Sponsor: Arts Council Korea

Straniamento – Seemingly familiar or seemingly unfamiliar

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Straniamento – Seemingly familiar or seemingly unfamiliar

Mostra in collaborazione con il Korea Film Fest 2017

Straniamento – Seemingly familiar or seemingly unfamiliar

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