"Fashion" breakthrough for the Korea Craft Design Foundation, issued by the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism of the Republic of Korea which this year presents at Superstudio Monochrome Monologue, works created by 23 Korean artists who analyze and interpret Korean sentimentalism through the language of black and white, and its innumerable shades of color, through ink and lava painting.
This year the exhibition is curated by Kuho Jung, a designer himself, who, as director of Seoul Fashion Week, has managed to enhance Korean fashion worldwide.
This exhibition aims to emphasize the unification and integration of the arts through the contamination of various genres and presents a symmetrical and asymmetrical spatial formation, in black and white, as well as a dimensional manifestation of the beauty of the void. The exhibition helps to discover modernity and immediacy from Korean craftsmanship and its strong presence and source of inspiration in the world of art on a global level.
Artistic director of the Korean Craft Design Foundation exhibition is Kuho Jung, director of Seoul Fashion Week.
To him the study of the installation in collaboration with 23 artists who are inspired by the Korean craft tradition