‘HAND IN HAND’
GANA ART CENTER ATELIER
Meet the lively scene at the Gana Atelier Event filled with creative fever, from a special collaboration by Crown Goose and renowned artist Kim Se Choong, to various artworks by 34 Korean and international artists.
Open Studio is a program to open the artists’ creation spaces to the public in order to broaden the understandings towards each and every artwork and artist, its creative process, and the originality that the artwork bears.
Gana Atelier unveiled the studios of 34 residing artists for three days.
GANA ART CENTER
Jean Michel Wilmotte
The artistic works in a variety of genres, including paintings, sculptures, media and art installations, as well as the experience of these diverse art forms have inspired Crown Goose to a new form of creativity.
This is a special exhibition featuring the history of numerous artists who have worked in Ghana Atelier over the past decade.
To celebrate the exhibition, the Art Foundation team of Crown Goose presented delicate art pieces representing the world of artists and a special collaboration with Kim Se Choong.
Since studying in Paris, France, Kim Se Choong has been working for over 10 years, pursuing a unique work style that combines European artistic style with a sense of Asian art.
Through deep deliberation and exploration of pure beauty, Kim Se Choong has been working on various genres including paintings, sculptures, and art installations to add a uniqueness and intensity in his world of art.
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Crown Goose sent out artistic towels inscribed with one of the artworks of Seok Cheol-ju, a famous painter who established the modernity of Korean art, “Shinmongyudowondo (A Peach Flower Garden in Dreams)” to VIP guests who attended the event.