2GIL29 GALLERY is announcing that we are putting careful efforts into preventing the Corona virus from spreading. Hence, we are asking all visitors to our gallery to wear a mask, and leave your personal contact and also use sanitizer prepared on our reception desk in the first floor. Also, we would like to ask you to keep a good distance from others while appreciating our exhibition, and avoid coming to the exhibition as a group as possible as you can. Thank you. . .
이길이구 갤러리는 현재 코로나-19 관련 방역부분을 위해 노력하고자 합니다. 갤러리를 방문하시는 모든 분들은 마스크 착용을 하지 않고는 입장 불가입니다. 또한 1층 데스크에 마련된 손소독제를 꼭 사용하시고 개인연락처를 남겨 주시길 바랍니다. 관람 시, 관람객들과의 거리 유지를 준수해 주시길 부탁드리며 가급적 단체관람을 지양하고 개별방문을 부탁드립니다. 감사합니다.
Ordinary People 보통사람들
June 13 - July 17, 2020
Exhibition Hours: 10am - 7pm Tuesdays to Saturdays (closed on Mondays & Sundays) 일요일, 월요일 휴관
Admission: Free 무료관람
Please click the link on the top of the profile to the 2GIL29 GALLERY YouTube channel. .
프로필 상단에 이길이구 갤러리 유투브 채널 링크를 클릭 부탁드립니다..
Although some Korean artists had been their international opportunities denied —including participation in the Gwangju Biennale and cultural exchange programs— the exhibition “History has failed us, but no matter”, at the 58th Venice Biennale, is presenting ten Korean artists that are making the difference in the art scene... https://bit.ly/2W3WZCA
When we focus on the beauty of this repaired tea bowl, how might it help us better understand ourselves? ✨ That our flaws are beautiful? That perfection is an illusion? That what has broken us in the past makes us stronger now and in the future?
We hope you'll discover something new within yourself when you join us for tomorrow's session of Meditation and Mindfulness. For the next six Friday sessions (July 10-Aug. 14), we'll explore art objects in our collections to guide our meditation practice. 📲 Visit asia.si.edu/workshops to access the online event at 12:15 pm EDT tomorrow.
Our first art-focused session will center on tea bowls like this one that have been repaired with gold or silver lacquer. This ceramic vessel dates back to Korea's Joseon period, in the early 17th century, and was made in the eastern Gyeongsangnam-do province, Gimhae or Jinhae. 🗺️ At some point in its life, it made its way to Japan, where it was used as a tea bowl. We don't know when exactly it was broken or repaired. It was likely repaired in Japan using a technique known as “golden joinery” (kintsugi) or “golden concealment” (kintsuguroi).
You can learn a bit more about kintsugi and see additional examples from our post dated May 29.
🍵 Tea bowl from our #KoreanArt collection via #OpenFS : F1904.318
6 3939 July, 2020
Let the worries of your week wash away - happy Friday!
Capturing the stunning outdoors of South Korea, this is a beautiful image of the Guyong waterfall by Artris artist Ebokim.
🎊 #TBT to partying with friends🎊⠀
This six-panel screen displays an afternoon party in full swing at a wealthy man's villa. A glance into the interior of the mansion reveals a group of partygoers lounging in conversation, perhaps post-meal, or engaged in a game and at the center sits the owner of the villa. ⠀
He and his guests have their attention focused on the main event: the troop of professional entertainers all dressed in stylish #kimono with matching designs, and although most of them are female, they all carry swords.⚔️⠀
Coming up for sale in our Fine Japanese and Korean Art auction on 22 July, find out more about this work and discover the sale through link in bio. ⠀
Fine Japanese and Korean Art including property from the Collection of Drs Edmund and Julie Lewis⠀
22 July 2020, 10:00 EDT⠀
.⠀ @bonhamsjapanese⠀ #Bonhams#Bonhams1793#BonhamsJapanese#JapaneseArt#KoreanArt#japanesescreen#screen#odori#屏風#日本美術#japanesestyle#japaneseculture#throwbackthursday#edo#edoperiod#japanesevilla
Lovely lovely lovely teddy bear. I was so excited to draw brown portrait because it's the easiest way to make duty, but Im in love with result and he looks so cozy and soft. I would like to hug him.
Also it's another portrait where I used only watercolor and Im so happy with done picture. It's rather better when previous one. In really I will pass paint in university and I need to learn how to work with tone. So you will get a some portraits like this one.
I spend a lot of time for this pic and I will be glad if you give some love to it❤️
Salut les PPANAMIS !
Aujourd'hui, on vous dévoile les goodies PPANAM Pop-up Store 🎁
En collaboration avec @yelenahan_art qui s'est inspirée, pour ce projet, des palais coréens en se référant à leurs motifs floraux largement utilisés dans l'architecture traditionnelle coréenne 🌺
Ces goodies sont à retrouver comme contreparties de la campagne de crowfunding (lien en bio) et bien d'autres seront proposés dans notre PPANAM Pop-up Store.
À propos de yelenahan_art, elle a toujours eu une passion pour l'art : le dessin et la photographie en particulier. Elle s'inspire pour ses designs d'artistes japonais et coréens et de leurs arts traditionnels.
Young Sook Park spent more than half her life trying to replicate the work of Korean artists from begone's past such as this one #TBT to 'Essential Korea' at the Met featuring this incredible Moon jar, second half of the 18th century. Korean, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Porcelain. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The Harry G. C. Packard Collection of Asian Art, Gift of Harry G. C. Packard, and Purchase, Fletcher, Rogers, Harris Brisbane Dick, and Louis V. Bell Funds, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, and The Annenberg Fund Inc. Gift, 1975 (1979.413.1)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
image and cation from @metmuseum ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀