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Forty Years Fresh: Kim Yong-Ik at the Ilmin

“The distribution of the sensible reveals who can have a share in what is common to the community.”

Jacques Rancière

Much stir has been made in recent years over Korean monochrome painting, known as Dansaekhwa, and rightly so, as it gave the world of art a different kind of modernism, stretching the confines of a formerly western-centric notion of ‘modernist’ aesthetic and method. 1,132 more words

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Casper Kang, "Jade Pool Mirror / The Nonplussed State of Things"

An offering displayed on a log—empty offering plates, set up with care, as counting for all the ancestors, yet with nothing to offer; an offering for a family without descendants, an extinguished genealogy. 758 more words

Visual Art