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Space

August 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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South Korea
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English
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Space Magazine
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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) 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) Lee Danbee (sharonlee361@gmail.com) Kim Seokwon (seokwon.kim@hotmail.com) Kim Danyoung (hellokdy@gmail.com) KOREAN LANGUAGE PROOFREADER 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 Betterway Systems Co., Ltd.…

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the time of the endeavourer: park seo-bo

‘PARK SEO-BO: The Untiring Endeavourer’, an exhibition of the representative artist of Korean monochrome (dansaekhwa) paintings, has been on show at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) Seoul since May 18. The exhibition, in the form of a retrospective, showcases 160 pieces ranging from the artist’s early works to new ones made in 2019, covering a career spanning about 70 years. The exhibition is divided into five periods and offers a panoramic view of his work: his Primodalis period, with the representative works of Korean informel painting; his Hereditarius period of the late 1960s, which saw him drawing on aspects of geometric abstraction and pop art while employing his unique colour sense, as demonstrated by both the Hereditarius series and Illusion series; his early-ecriture of the 1970s,…

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an epic in a single photograph

Kim Oksun is a photographer who concerns herself with topics considered peripheral and marginal, such as women, international couples, multicultural families, strangers, and exotic plants. Kim introduced 25 new works in ‘Berlin Portraits’ at the Atelier Hermès from May 31 to July 28 . The characters in the pictures are Korean nurses and nursing assistants who left Korea for Germany in the 1960s to the 1970s. Older women sit upright and stare at the camera. It is a strong and solid image far removed from the image of the benevolent, maternal figure. A Taegeukpatterned fan representing Korean identity hangs on the wall in the house, as background to the picture, and the floor is carpeted in a western style, creating a familiar yet unfamiliar sensation. Different figures of a ‘different and…

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a transcendental space invoked by korean hanji paper

There was a time in which one believed that invisible beings governed the world: the world and the next world were considered separate, and rituals took place in daily life, calling for recognition of an existence beyond present reality. A rite was made within its own sphere, in which paper flowers, dolls, amulets, a sacred spiritual items invoked the other or supernatural beings and asked them stay in designated realms. In the modern era, built with hard reinforced concrete structures, these activities and objects are no longer familiar. ‘Shinmulji’, held from July 5 to 25 at the Uran Cultural Foundation in Seongdonggu, Seoul, is an exhibition intending to shed light on the forgotten shamanistic ceremonial tools. Through ‘Shinmulji’ a sacred object made of hanji (Korean paper), the exhibition scrutinises the traditional…

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the suggestion of sense in symbiosis

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freed memories, continued conversations

Standing on the platform of Namyeong Station, on subway line No. 1, a neat black brick building over the screen door catches the eye. The building, built in 1976 and expanded to seven floors seven years later in 1983, was the so-called Namyeong-Dong Anti-Communist Branch of the Korean National Security Headquarters. Consisting of the main building, an annexe, and an attached building, the structure, designed by Kim Swoo Geun, has long been used to oppress those critical of the authoritarian regime. The site, which was later changed to the National Police Agency’s Security Branch and human rights centre, will be transformed into the Democracy and Human Rights Memorial Hall in 2022. The exhibition, ‘Unlock,’ which opened on June 10, was conceived as a memorial to the past human rights abuses experienced…

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