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Next date: Wednesday, 18 November 2020 | 11:00 AM
to 05:00 PM
An exhibition of artworks presented by AKVAA (Association of Korean Visual Artists in Australia).
180 Degrees exposes the unlimited, advanced and tacit challenges associated with creative and visual arts. This exhibition showcases artworks by members of the Association of Korean Visual Artists in Australia (AKVAA). The members of the Association are Korean artists who have settled in Australia and who strive to reflect their interpretation of Australian taste and culture through their various artistic practices. These artists use both contemporary and traditional art forms to explore a variety of themes, such as cultural identity, memory, and spirituality.
Image: Gabi Song Lee, Two Ladies Under An Umbrella, 2020, oil on canvas
Art Space on The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067 View Map
409 Victoria Avenue ,
Junghwa Ko, "Hope", 2020, acrylic on canvas.jpg
Eun A Park, "Garden II", 2020, oil on canvas
Gabi Song Lee, "Two Ladies Under An Umbrella", 2020, oil on canvas
Youngbai Kim, "Untitled", 2020, oil and acrylic on canvas
Jane Kim, "Mosman Bay", 2019, oil on canvas
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An exhibition of landscape painting by Hoju Geurimae (Painting lovers in Australia).
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