Song Byeok Exhibition: A Message of Peace and Hope
April 15, 2013
Song Byeok was a propaganda artist in North Korea before fleeing the country several years ago. After US exhibitions of his work last year, Song is holding a small exhibition in Seoul until April 23 (update: the show has been extended until April 30).
What: Song Byeok Exhibition: A Message of Peace and Hope (평화와 희망에 대한 메세지)
When: April 10 – 30, 2013 – open daily 12-9 p.m.
Where: Connoi-Space Gallery / Cafe Roys on Garosu-gil
Address: B1 545-24 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Directions: From Sinsa Station (line 3) — go straight out of exit 8 for several hundred meters. The third left will be Garosu-gil, a popular street of cafes and shops. Connoi-Space is several hundred meters down Garosu-gil on the right-hand side (Diesel is across the street). Map
Note, there isn’t any English except for some magazine and newspaper articles from around the world about the artist (but there’s not a lot of Korean, either, for that matter — the show is about the art).