What's on This Episode
World Ch. Schedule : THU 10:30 KST
Date : 2018-05-17
The much-touted exhibition at the Korean pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale, meets the local audience here in Seoul at Arko Art Center. The exhibition focused on how three generations view Korea, Asia and the world from their own perspective, with the first generation represented by Mr. K, the second by artist Cody Choi and the third by artist Lee Wan. Through their thought-provoking creations, Choi and Lee sharply criticizes the dark side of the 21st century where sympathy or compassion for humankind are hard to find.
Buddhist cum illustrator Yong Jeong-un is well-known for her simple, eye-catching illustrations inspired by Buddhist teachings. Yong made a bold attempt to move away from stereotypical Buddhist art and added a modern, simple touch to make them easier to understand. Of late, she created a series of illustrations featuring the meaning of the 108 agonies of life in Buddhism. Get your daily dose of enlightenment from Yong's illustrations!
Eight hands are dancing on four sets of pianos. Ensemble Klavier, a group of four inspiring pianists came together to bring classics closer to people in the form of the piano quartet. Established in 2014, the troupe has continued to introduce piano ensembles that are easily relatable to the audience. This time, the four pianists proudly present their solo and ensemble performances that are simply perfect for spring. Indulge yourself in the beautiful melodies of Ensemble Klavier.
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