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 本期專題

Gwangju:the Home of Art in Korea

韓國的藝鄉:光州

In 1995, the first biennale of Asia was opened in Gwangju. In 2003, a change in the development of the city was marked by the plan of president Roh Moo-hyun to develop the city into a model culture area. In 2015, through the establishment of Asia Culture Centre, Gwangju has reached out to art and culture collection and performance arts. It demonstrated the ambition of Gwangju to turn itself into an international platform of art and culture. However, what looked to be an energetic and powerful cultural plan could not escape political pressure. In the biennale of 2014, the artist Hong Sung Dam’s satirical painting Sewol Owol was twice removed by the exhibition organiser. This, coupled with the rising rent of Daein Art Market and the lack of funding that led to the shutdown of the Octagonal Pavilion Studio, have pressured many artists to leave.

The city review of this issue will look at the twenty years of development of Gwangju Biennale. It examines and reflects upon the changes it has brought to the Korean art scene and its development in the future. It examines the state of contemporary art in Gwangju by looking at its cultural policy and local politics. As the biennale will be opened in September, this issue takes a look at some of the important art organisations and galleries of Gwangju, and will present to the reader an overview of its art.

1995年,亞洲第一場雙年展在光州正式展開,2003年盧武鉉總統將光州規畫成文化示範園區,確立城市轉型的發展脈絡。而後於2015年成立的亞洲文化殿堂,觸角更延伸至文化典藏和表演藝術活動,勾勒出光州在國際藝文平台上發展的決心。然而看似氣勢磅礡的藝文開發計畫及館場願景,卻無法躲過來自政壇的打壓,在2014年雙年展中,藝術家洪成潭諷刺政局的畫作《世越五月》,曾遭展方二度撤除。而大仁藝術市場年年上漲的租金以及因經費短缺而被迫關閉的八角亭創意工作室,種種的因素都逼迫著進駐藝術家不得不出走。

本期城市觀察試圖梳理光州雙年展20年的發展歷史,檢視和反思過往雙年展在韓國藝壇帶來的改變以及今年雙年展的定位與未來發展;並從文化政策與地方政治的層面中,分析光州當代藝術現況;同時迎接九月雙年展的到來,整理當地重要的藝術機構和畫廊,讓讀者更了解光州藝術景觀的全貌。


Content List

雜誌目錄

Artnews 藝術新聞

Columns

Cheng Tong / Alan Robbe-Grillet

陳侗 / 阿蘭.霍格里耶

Anthropomorphism and the Anthropocene epoch

擬人觀與人類世

Hsu Chia-Wei—Huai Mo Village Project

許家維回莫村計畫

Interview with curator of the 11th Gwangju Biennale, Binna Choi

專訪第十一屆光州雙年展策展人崔彬娜

City Review

In Search the traces of 20 years: What can the 11th Gwangju Biennale do?

梳理20年的發展軌跡:第11屆光州雙年展還能做什麼?

An art and cultural tour of Gwangju

光州藝文路線

Korea “Home of Art”—Contemporary Art in Gwangju

韓國的藝鄉光州當代藝術現況

Market

British Art to Follow in the Footsteps of Brexit? New Player to Oversee Market?

英國藝術也「脫歐」?市場換主人?

Reviews

Inter vs. Trans: When Ink meets eastern gouache

傳統解放後的大爆發:墨.彩藝趣

Suisai: Tokyo Strokes Gabriel Orozco solo exhibition

水彩:東京筆觸 加布里埃爾.奧羅斯柯個展

Hong Kong

Chen Ke: Dream· Dew Solo Exhibition at Galerie Perrotin

Botero in Hong Kong at Central Harbourfront Event Space

Chou Yu-Cheng - Chemical Gilding, Keep Calm, Galvanise, Pray, Gradient, Ashes, Manifestation, Unequal, Dissatisfaction, Capitalise, Incense Burner, Survival, Agitation, Hit, Day Light. IIat Edouard Malingue Gallery

Labyrinth(s) at Pearl Lam Galleries

Lam Tung Pang: Planting Time at Tang Contemporary

Szelit CHEUNG, Hilarie HON, Ashlee IP Wai Ting, Him LO at Gallery Exit

Taiwan

Yuko Mohri at Project Fulfill Art Space

Wu Chien- Yi: Lost in Dreamland: The Poem of Grilles on Sec.4, Bade Road at Powen Gallery

Liu Hsin-Yi: Seeking in the Shimmer Solo Exhibition at River Gallery

Looking Glass- A Daniel Lee Retrospective at Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Hsu Yung-Hsu: The Miniature Being Solo Exhibition at Inart Space

Tomoko Hasuwa: Parallel Solo Exhibition at Yiri Arts

Beijing/Shanghai/Singapore/Seoul

Ten Thousand Things: New Works by Wu Jian’An Solo Exhibition at Chambers Fine Art Beijing

Tell Me a Story: Locality and Narrative at Rockbund Art Museum

At the Tailend of Waking: Weaving Singapore’s Post 50th Identity at Mizuma Gallery

wellknown unknown at Kukje Gallery

Exhibitions 展覽精選