Re-Opening Seoul

Opera Gallery Seoul

March 22 - April 22 2018

ARTISTS

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Opera Gallery Seoul

March 22 - April 22 2018

18, Eonju-ro 154 gil, Gangnam-gu Seoul 06021

+82 2 3446 0070

Opening hours

Mon - Sun : 10am - 7pm

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In celebration of Opera Gallery Seoul’s relocation to a new, larger and more exclusive gallery space, we are delighted to invite art lovers and collectors to discover our exciting opening exhibition. Spanning three floors and making the most of the presentation potential of Opera Gallery Seoul’s superb new space, the exhibition was compiled as a journey of three distinct parts.

In the Black Room of the Gallery, ‘Modern Masters on Paper’ offers visitors the unique opportunity to view original works on paper by some of the most established and revered names from modern art history, from Marc Chagall, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso to Alexander Calder, Zao Wou-Ki and Keith Haring among others. Moving forward, ‘Contemporary Curated Artists’ is a dynamic and thought provoking display that showcases some of the eclectic themes and techniques found on in the international contemporary art scene. Finally, the third part of our opening exhibition focuses on the painter and sculptor Robert Combas in a small solo presentation of his works.

18, Eonju-ro 154 gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 06021 Opera Gallery Seoul seoul@operagallery.com
Introduction

In celebration of Opera Gallery Seoul’s relocation to a new, larger and more exclusive gallery space, we are delighted to invite art lovers and collectors to discover our exciting opening exhibition. Spanning three floors and making the most of the presentation potential of Opera Gallery Seoul’s superb new space, the exhibition was compiled as a journey of three distinct parts.

In the Black Room of the Gallery, ‘Modern Masters on Paper’ offers visitors the unique opportunity to view original works on paper by some of the most established and revered names from modern art history, from Marc Chagall, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso to Alexander Calder, Zao Wou-Ki and Keith Haring among others. Moving forward, ‘Contemporary Curated Artists’ is a dynamic and thought provoking display that showcases some of the eclectic themes and techniques found on in the international contemporary art scene. Finally, the third part of our opening exhibition focuses on the painter and sculptor Robert Combas in a small solo presentation of his works.

Wou-ki Zao , Canto Pisan (Portfolio), 1972

Canto Pisan (Portfolio), 1972

Etching . 52 x 32.6 cm |