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DAE-BAK SUPER COOL Torrance Art Museum

Exhibition of artwork by Korean and Korean-American Artists.

  • Date: -
  • Location: Torrance Art Museum
    3320 Civic Center Drive
    Torrance, California 90503
  • Introduction: Experience DAE-BAK SUPER COOL as it explores a new Korean identity by bringing together a group of Korean and Korean-American artists based in Los Angeles and in South Korea to highlight the technical mastery and conceptual finesse of these artists. Organized with the Korean Cultural Center.

 

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DAE-BAK SUPER COOL  Torrance Art Museum  September 22 through November 10, 2018

Opening Reception  September 22, 2018  6:00pm - 9:00pm

Organized by Max Presneill, Torrance Art Museum and Heeseon Choi, Korean Cultural Center

Korean and Korean American artists have exploded onto the international art scene in recent years with a contemporary voice that resonates across both East and West. A distinctly Korean art scene has emerged that reveals a world of connectedness and technology, ambitious new architecture, strange fashionistas, K-Pop and contemporary design. It reflects a country breaking from its agricultural background and moving into the 21st century. The World Economic Forum reported South Korea as “the most innovative country in the world in 2018.”

Experience DAE-BAK Super Cool as it explores this new identity by bringing together a group of Korean American and Korean artists based in Los Angeles and in South Korea to highlight the technical mastery and conceptual finesse of artists from this culture.

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