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  • Lobby Gallery 《Cosmos Dabang》 Progress
    • Venue/ GGCF Lobby Gallery
    • Period/ 2018.09.03(Mon) ~ 2018.10.05(Fri)

    Cosmos Dabang is a special exhibition held from September 3 to October 5, 2018, at the Lobby Gallery of Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation.

  • Exhibition of international invited artist : MOONDROPS_Le Brothers & Willem Wilhelmus Progress
    • Venue/ GCC gallery 3
    • Period/ 2018.09.13(Thu) ~ 2018.10.11(Thu)

    Moondrops, starting from inquiring and exploring existence and identity, continues to correspond with nature as tossing questions of natural environment, nation, race and history.

  • 2018 GCC Creation Festival
    • Venue/ Gyeonggi Creation Center

    The 2018 GCC Creation Festival, which is the largest annual event of the Gyeonggi Creation Center (GCC) that invites the public to look around the workshops and works of artists residing in the GCC of GyeongGi Cultural Foundation, will be held for three days from October 5th (Friday) to 7th (Sunday), 2018.

  • Lobby Gallery In the chasm between Close
    • Venue/ GGCF Lobby Gallery
    • Period/ 2018.06.25(Mon) ~ 2018.08.24(Fri)

    In the chasm between is a special exhibition held from June 25 to August 24, 2018, at the Lobby Gallery of Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation. To begin, the title of the exhibition In the chasm between as an uncompleted phrase suggests the question regarding how to view the gap between the collective consciousness and the individual personality, a gap that is discovered in our contemporary, capitalized and urbanized society.

  • Do Dream Small Museum 《Feeling, Thinking》 Close
    • Venue/ 97, Dongducheon-ro, Dongducheon-si, Gyeonggi-do (Small Museum, Fashion Support Center)
    • Period/ 2018.06.04(Mon) ~ 2018.07.13(Fri)

    Do Dream Small Museum prepared as its second exhibition of 2018 for spectators to appreciate.

  • Unofficial Discoursers – 2018 GCC Preview Exhibition Close
    • Venue/ GCC Permanent Exhibition Space
    • Period/ 2018.04.26(Thu) ~ 2018.06.24(Sun)

    Unofficial Discoursers, the title of the exhibition, refers to the subject which encompasses all of the actions that an artist takes in order to gain a fundamental individuality, a unique way of existence for an artwork, and all of the relationships resulting from those actions.