The Korean Cultural Center showcases the world of modern Korean-Thai printmaking

The exhibition runs until August 30 and features the works of 28 Korean print artists from the Philoprint Printmakers’ Association and 3 emerging print artists from Thailand. At the opening ceremony, around 50 people will be present, including printmaking artists and fine art experts.

The Philoprint Printmakers’ Association is the main organization for Korean print art, and its members are artists who love and love print art (“Philo”). HE Mr. Moon Seoung-Hyun, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Embassy will also be present and deliver the speech to promote art exchange between the two countries.

The Korean Cultural Center showcases the world of modern Korean-Thai printmaking

Mr. Cho, Jae Il, Director of the Korean Cultural Center, said, “This exhibition will not only promote various techniques and expressions of modern Korean-Thai printmaking, but also art exchange. The center will endeavor to promote the exchange of fine arts between Korea and Thailand as well.”

The Korean Cultural Center showcases the world of modern Korean-Thai printmaking

The Philoprint Printmakers’ Association was established in 1989 and has contributed to the development of Korean art and print art. During the opening ceremony, many Korean printmaking artists will be present to present their works, such as Kim, Hye Kyung (who has held the private exhibition 11 times, including the Seoul Arts Center) and Kim, Kyung Ran (Professor at Hankuk University of Foreign Education) . From the Thai side, Parichart Suphaphan (Silver and Bronze Medalist of Thailand National Art Exhibition), Ploy Nikadanont (Full-time Lecturer of Fine and Applied Arts Division, Mahidol University International College) and Lalida Jitjai (print artist) will be present.

The Korean Cultural Center showcases the world of modern Korean-Thai printmaking

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