magazine art in ASIA 2009 No. 10, "EMERGING ARTIST", Korea, May 2009

art in ASIA 2009 No.10, "Emerging Artist" P112-113 - click!

 

ART IN ASIA belongs to AMART which publishes two art magazines in Seoul, the capital of Korea.
This company was founded in 1999 and launched "ART IN CULTURE", a monthly Korean contemporary art magazine which has become one of the most powerful art magazines in Korea.
Due to the strong demand of global art magazine in Korea, eventually we also launched "ART IN ASIA," an international English bi-monthly contemporary art magazine September 2007.


This magazine aims to create a shared understanding of Asian fine art targeting art communities around the world.
We have featured aritsts such as ZengFanzhi, Takashi Murakami, and Atta Kim also Ai Weiwei and reported a large variaty of biennales, triennales and exhibitions all over the world.
Art In Asia is distributed to Seoul, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, New York and so on.

 

国アート雑誌<art IN CULTUE>が隔月で発刊している英文雑誌<art in ASIA>2009年3,4月号の作家紹介に掲載されました。

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아트잡지 <art IN CULTUE>의 자매지, <art in ASIA>2009년3,4월호에 소개되었습니다.

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art magazine 'art in ASIA' - http://www.artinasia.kr/

 

 

037   SPECIAL FEATURE ANISH KAPOOR
1) Pictorial Survey of Anish Kapoor's Works
2) Anish Kapoor: Making Emptiness Homi K. Bhabha

Conceived in 2006 by Alexandra Munroe, Senior Curator of Asian Art, Guggenheim, Anish Kapoor: Memory (Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, 30th Nov. 2008 to 1st Feb. 2009) was the second project of the Guggenheim Asian art initiative, following closely on the heels of the 2008 retrospective exhibition, Cai Guo-Qiang: I Want to Believe. Best known for his explorations into the concept of the void, Kapoor has interest in what lies below the surface, in the potential of the object to be self-evident

 

075   CURATOR' VOICE | Nora A.Taylor
Changing Identity: Recent works by Women Artists from Vietnam

Featuring approximately 50 works by ten contemporary Vietnamese artists who challenge the stereotypes and traditional roles of women in Vietnamese society, "Changing Identity: Recent Works by Women Artists from Vietnam" explores what it means to be a woman living in Vietnam today and brings to light a viewpoint often marginalized in Vietnamese culture. Since January 2007, it has exhibited at Kennesaw State University Gallery, Mills College Art Museum, Center for Visual Art in Metropolitan State College of Denver, Utah Museum of Fine Arts and so on. For its 10th tour, Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota is now showing the exhibition from 31st January till 24th May.

 

084   INTERVIEW
       1) Michael Craig-Martin Sae-mi Kim
       2) Zou Cao Hyun Kim

 

088   REVIEW
       1) Kwang-Young Chun: Tradition and Innovation Ann Landi
       2) Spectacle-To Each His Own: Spectacle, Individuality Lin Yu-Chieh
       3) Hugo Boss Prize 08-Emily Jacir: Artistic Treat for All Senses Raj S. Rangarajan

 

070   SPACE
       1) Kukje Gallery
       2) Chambers Fine Art

 

117   ARTIST ARCHIVE
       Korea_Japan_ Indonesia_Thailand_Singapore_Malaysia_Philippine

 

019   Editorial | Bog-gi Kim

020   COLUMN
       1) Home for Plundered Heritages Jieun Park
       2) Island of Happiness Isak Berbic

024   WHO WE MET QIU XIAOFEI Hyun Kim

062   ART MERKET
       1) Chance of Asian Art Fair Hyun Kim
       2) Asian Auction Houses Gathered in HK

094   IMAGE LINK Hiroshi Sugimoto

100   ART NEWS
       Exhibition_Book_Art fair_Auction_Prize_People_Nomination_Biennale

106   EMERGING ARTISTS
       Kitagawa Yoko_Chen Lei_Yoko Ando_Kim Insook(click!)

114   ASIAN ART MEDIA ARTCO