In his monochrome paintings, Ha Chong-Hyun recognizes that no matter how much we claim to reveal, something will still remain hidden.
Made of iron and recycled cardboard boxes, Choe U-ram’s ship puts on a performance that seeks to reconstruct reality. On view in Seoul through February 26, 2023.
In her art, Park is in touch with our collective anxieties about a future that seems to darken with each passing day.
“Kosk masks look like a little bra for mid-face, securely covering the nose, but conveniently leaving the wearer’s mouth unencumbered,” our reporter writes.
It’s the first time in the country’s history that objects of this significance are offered for public sale.
A man says Blue Bayou took details of his life without his permission. Several women who appear in the documentary Sabaya say they did not consent to be filmed. How can filmmakers avoid these ethical pitfalls?
In honor of the 10th International Arts Education Week, art projects and scholarly events in South Korea addressed arts education and its function in society and culture.
The Woman Who Ran has a laid-back vibe and relaxingly repetitious structure, but that conceals a complex character study.
Prepare for this week’s release of Godzilla vs. Kong by streaming these monster movies.
A classic of Korean cinema and an early Bong Joon-ho film are among our streaming picks for the first week of the spooky month.
Break the Silence, the new concert film about the incredibly popular K-pop band, demonstrates the vulnerability that makes them so beloved by fans.
MMCA’s retrospective, on view June 18–October 4, showcases 90 works and archives by the pioneering geometric abstractionist.