Arte y Arquitectura
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Space July 2019

Space is a specialized architectural monthly which was first published in 1966 and has been at the vanguard of covering the arts and culture scene here in Korea ever since. The magazine features not only architecture, but also diverse cultural and artistic activities across the spectrum of the fine arts. Space offers its readers a wide variety of architectural news throughout Korea, in Asia, and the world in general. Space has been officially listed on the Art & Humanities Citation Index of Thomson Reuters. 월간 SPACE는 1966년에 창간되어 한국의 건축문화 및 예술 분야를 아우르는 전문잡지로 성장하여 2008년 1월호 부터는 미국 톰슨로이터의 예술/인문학 인용색인에 등재되어 국제적으로도 인증 받는 건축전문잡지로서의 자리메김 하고 있습니다. 월간 SPACE는 미국 및 전세계 주요 국가의 서점 및 온라인을 통해 메거진을 구매 하실 수 있습니다. This is a bi-lingual title in English and Korean

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space mag

PUBLISHER & EDITOR Hwang Yongchul ADVISORY COMMITTEE Peter Cook Peter Eisenman Isozaki Arata Robert Ivy EDITORIAL BOARD Yongwoo Lee Kim Kwanghyun Sunjung Kim Kim Chanjoong Han Eunju SPACE ACADEMIA CHIEF EDITOR Mann-Young Chung Sung Hong Kim Sanghun Lee EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Kim Jeoungeun (lalart@spacem.org) EDITOR Lee Youngju (youngju@spacem.org) Park Semi (semi@spacem.org) Kim Narae (narae@spacem.org) Lee Sungje (sungje0031@spacem.org) Choi Eunhwa (choieh@spacem.org) WEB EDITOR Oh Juyeon (ohjy@spacem.org) DESIGNER Kim Heejeong (sambong@spacem.org) Ko Insu (flols@spacem.org) EDITORIAL ADVISOR Park Sungjin (modori3@naver.com) PHOTOGRAPHER Namgoong Sun (viewpt@naver.com) Yoon Joonhwan (baramm76@hanmail.net) Kyungsub Shin (shinkyungsub@gmail.com) Efraín Méndez (info@archframe.net) Chin Hyosook (ttlmania1@gmail.com) Roh Kyung (rohspace@gmail.com) ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITOR Natalie Ferris (nlferris25@googlemail.com) TRANSLATOR Ro Seongja (seongjaro@gmail.com) Kim Taeho (rlaxoghsla@gmail.com) Rhee Kieun (rhee.kieun@gmail.com) Hong Keunho (keunho.hong@hotmail.com) Jee Joohyun (tarzanzeeb@gmail.com) Lee Danbee (sharonlee361@gmail.com) Kim Seokwon (seokwon.kim@hotmail.com) Kim Danyoung (hellokdy@gmail.com) KOREAN LANGUAGE PROOFREADER Ha Myungran (totoami@naver.com) AD MANAGER Kim Munchel (mckim1334@hanmail.net) Kwon Jisung (kjsbsh@hanmail.net) MARKETING MANAGER Hur Wan (hurwan0412@hanmail.net) ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER Lyou Changlim Kim Subin Kim Leeseul BOARD OF DIRECTORS Hwang Yongchul Lee Sangleem PRINTING Samsung Moonhwa Printing Co., Ltd.…

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repurpose with purpose: fifa world football museum in paris

The FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ will take place in nine cities throughout France from June 7 through July 7, including Paris, Lyon and Nice. As the official automotive partner of FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, Hyundai Motor will partner with the FIFA World Football Museum to present a special exhibition on the history of women’s football in Paris, ‘The Women’s Game’. The special exhibition will take place at Nelson Mandela Park in Les Halles, Paris, where Hyundai Motor Company has installed a pavilion with automotive airbags materials. The material used on the façade of the building will be upcycled as eco-friendly products for distribution to the local community once the exhibition has concluded. Upcycling, collecting the waste materials after the exhibition and transforming them into new lifestyle…

2 min.
the red lights of migiliore + servetto architects

The exhibition of work by Migiliore+ Servetto Architects (M+S Architects), who are based in Milan and have performed various architecture projects across the world, will be on show from May 22 to June 29 at Onground Gallery. The exhibition’s name ‘Lightmorphing’ is a combination of the words ‘light’ and ‘morphing’, represent years of research by M+S Architects. Lightmorphing refers to a series of processes by breathing life into dynamic installments as they interact with light and as light is intertwined and amplified through space. Onground Gallery have stated that ‘we were overwhelmed by seeing a sketch by Ico Migiliore’s which had a poetic yet powerful spatial sense, and an installation sketch on Seoul will also be an interesting attraction’ and noted that the curatorial intention was to ‘introduce the design identity…

2 min.
cubes spread out across a plane

The first solo exhibition ‘Dropping to the Surface’ of Kim Kyoungtae, who has built his own world of photography through the placid and homogeneous images of planes, opened at the exhibition hall Whistle from May 17 to June 22. Kim, who has been converting three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional planes via the focus stacking method, chose cubes as the subject for this exhibition. This scale cube, which is 1cm-long on all sides, is also an object that was used as the standard unit for measuring the size and direction of asteroids at NASA. As Kim said, cubes which ‘by themselves can act as a measurement of size and also influence perspective in terms of their final form’ are presented in flat images of various sizes taken from slightly different perspectives at…

2 min.
busan: an industrial city in a frame

The exhibition hall displays many photographs capturing scenes from the industrial facilities, such as the factory interior with the eye-catching steel-frame structure, big cranes in the harbour, colourful barrels, and a row of machine equipment. This is ‘Industry Busan’ by Jo Choonman, a photography exhibition revealing the full scenery of the industrial facility in Busan held at the GoEun Museum of Photography. This exhibition is part of the ‘Busan Project’, which has been conducted by the GoEun Museum of Photography for the last seven years with leading Korean photographers to observe various aspects of Busan from a new point of view. While it was titled the ‘Busan Interference Document’ so far, it changed its name to the ‘Busan Project’ this year. Jo, the first runner of the new start, presents the…

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the winners of the 2019 korea young architects award

On June 12, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced that it has selected ArchiWorkshop (Park Su-Jeong, Sim Hee-Jun), IDR Architects (Jun Borim, Lee Seunghwan), FHHH Friends (Yoon Hanjin, Han Seungjae, Han Yangkyu) as the winners of the 2019 Young Architects Award. The award was decided after two jury reviews. Eight out of the 43 teams selected in the first review were given an opportunity to present their work and respond to a Q&A session in the second review. The second review was open to the public, which was held on June 5 at the MMCA. Of other candidates including the three winners, there were RoA Architects (Kim Kyungdo), Jiyo Architects (Kim Sejin), Tectonics Lab (Kim Sukyung, Kim Hyundai), KHYarchitects (Kim Hyoyoung), and SF LAB (Choi Mookyu). ArchiWorkshop, began their…