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PRÉSENTATION
Kim Whanki in his studio in Paris in 1957. Copyright Whanki Foundation
Kim Whanki in his studio in Paris in 1957. Copyright Whanki Foundation
XXXVIe Seoul Colloquium in Korean Studies, Maël Bellec
22 AVRIL 21
Le XXXVIe Seoul Colloquium in Korean Studies, organisé par le Centre de l’EFEO
à Séoul en collaboration avec la Royal Asiatic Society Seoul Branch, est animé par
Maël Bellec, conservateur des arts chinois et coréens au musée Cernuschi à Paris, sur le thème : « Korean artists in France: Why they went there and what they did there ».
Jeudi 22 avril à 18h00 (heure de Séoul). En ligne, s’inscrire auprès du Centre de l’EFEO à Séoul afin de recevoir les éléments pour vous connecter.
   Korean artists in France: Why they went there and what they did there. This lecture will be dedicated to an overview of the History of Korean artists in France from the 1920s onwards. The aims of these artists, their art, their interactions with the French art scene and their personalities differed greatly one from another. But, from the first few arrivals in the twenties to the waves of students attending fine arts schools in France in the last decades, these artists followed patterns and trends which make a good case for the establishing of a periodization and a study of transcultural artistic exchanges.                                                                                                         Mael Bellec is the curator in charge of Chinese and Korean collections at the Cernuschi museum, the museum of Asian arts of the city of Paris. He curated several shows on modern and contemporary art, including "Seoul-Paris-Seoul: Korean artists in France" in 2015, "Lee Ungno: man of the crowds" in 2017, both in the Cernuschi museum, and "Lee Ungno: a stranger at home" in the Lee Ungno museum in Taejŏn in 2018.

 histoire de l'art   peinture coréenne   séoul colloquium in korean studies