The following events from July 16 to 22 can be found below.
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Lee Ufan: Relatum – Stage
Where: Serpentine Gallery | Kensington Gardens | London W2 3XA
When: 6 Feb 2018 to 29 Jul 2018
Artist Lee Ufan brings new public sculpture to Kensington Gardens.
‘The work of art is a representation of the stage.’ Lee Ufan
The Serpentine continues its exploration of public art with a sculptural commission by artist Lee Ufan, to be installed outside the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens in early February 2018.
In 2010, the Serpentine brought new sculpture to Kensington Gardens for the first time in 35 years, presenting Anish Kapoor’s Turning the World Upside Down, in collaboration with The Royal Parks. This tradition continued with Fischli & Weiss’s Rock on Top of Another Rock in 2013, Bertrand Lavier’s Fountain in 2014, Michael Craig-Martin’s Transience in 2015 and Alex Katz’s sculpture, Ada (Wind Vane), in 2016. In its subtle interplay of elements and setting, Ufan’s new work, Relatum – Stage (2018), builds on ideas that permeated previous artworks in the series, as well as the artist’s own ongoing exploration of materiality and difference.
For more information: http://www.serpentinegalleries.org/
Korean Film Nights: Bungee Jumping of their Own
When 19 July, 7pm
Korean Film Nights (KFN) is a year-round programme of film screenings, mini-lectures and discussions that guide audiences through different aspects of Korean cinema and culture. Having run since 2008, KFN has showcased a wide spectrum of films based around a variety of different themes and is put together in collaboration with external partners to bring fresh insight and diversity to the programme.
‘Jheon Soocheon: Space of Contemplation’
The Korean Cultural Centre UK, 1-3 Strand, London, WC2N 5BW
(main entrance: Northumberland Avenue)
Dates: 7 June – 21 July 2018
Opening Reception: 6 June 2018, 6–8pm
The Korean Cultural Centre (KCCUK) is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in the UK of the internationally acclaimed artist Jheon Soocheon, renowned for his spectacular large-scale installations. Space of Contemplation provides a deep insight into Jheon’s experimental practice through new works that explore human emotions and desires in a social and historical context. The exhibition is programmed as part of the Korea/UK Season 2017–18.
For more information: http://london.korean-culture.org/en/22/board/1/read/90334