While pool has continuously presented series of innovative artists working in the basis of Korean art with significant contributions, pool has provided series of programs for introducing new features and their experimental takes.

This new exploration will be undertaken for supporting sustainable art experiments and activities in the landscape of contemporary cr eative field. Pool would not limit the process of art production within the ‘works’ displayed for exhibitions, but rather to deepen the contents into the layers of process. Apart from the curatorial in house exhibitions planned for year 2010, pool is also going to expand its programs internally and externally; co-curatorial project developed based on the networks with local and international art institutions, social organizations, artists, independent curators and schools, residency program abroad, sharing contents through websites and dispatching related programs.

CURRENT

Title : The Melting Sea

Artists : Young Eun Kim, Jiyoung Keem, IM Youngzoo

Curator : Sunghee Lee

Graphic Design: Gyeongtak Kang (a-g-k.kr)

Space Design : Hyungjoon Kim

Exhibition Period : October 17, 2017 (Tue) - November 17, 2017 (Fri)

Opening Reception : October 17, 2017 (Tue) 6pm

Venue : Art Space Pool, Seoul, Korea

Exhibition Times : 10am ~ 6pm (closed on Mondays)

Support : Arts Council Korea​​

FORTHCOMING

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○ Title : Gathering Fragments
○ Artists :  Jeong Deokhyeon
○ Curator : Jiyi Shin
○ Graphic Design: Gyeongtak Kang(a-g-k.kr)
○ Photo : Dong-il An, Cheolki Hong
○ Exhibition Period : August 25, 2017 (Fri) - September 24, 2017 (Sun)
○ Opening Reception : August 25 (Fri), 6pm
○ Venue : Art Space Pool, Seoul, Korea
○ Exhibition Times : 10am ~ 6pm (closed on Mondays)
○Support : Arts Council Korea​​
 
 
Gathering Fragments invites viewers to dwell on the microaggressions and absurd relationships that we encounter on a daily basis in Korean society and to reflect on our own customarily acquiesce to these transgressions.
Combining images of everyday objects with slyly worded titles, the artist explores his discomfort with accustomed relationships that exploit inequalities in gender, class, and social hierarchy.
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