Artpoli, who is a member and one of the mangers of the site. She had exhibited in this group for the past two years but wasn't active in this one.
There was a lot to see and at times it felt like you were wandering through a maze, as there were three floors of wall-to-wall art to look at.
They also had one section dedicated to foreign Asian artists from such countries as Japan, India and Indonesia.
I liked the following work of the shark in the bundle.
Although this exhibition asks for a 6,000 won entrance fee, I think it did a good job of getting the public inside. Even though many people feel like contemporary art is disconnected from the everyday person, I have to disagree. I think art, no matter what style or manner, is meant as an experience to be had. Whether you are trained in the arts or not, you can have an experience with art.
The following was made from acrylic nails...
There was a lot of whimsical type of art on display and the following of a snail with a cake roll as it's shell, is just one representation.
If you would like to see some fresh and contemporary Korean and Asian art, than why not head over to Hongik University and see this exhibit. It lasts till August 22nd and to get there just head up into the University and follow the signs. It is on your left.
With the hot weather this summer, getting in and seeing some art is a great way to beat the heat.