Wisdom & Compassion
14 MAY– 9 JUN 2013
Mokspace welcomes you to an exciting new exhibition of 'Wisdom and Compassion' based on the teachings of Buddha. This exhibition shows Buddhism in a whole new light of the contemporary 21st century, contrasting from the origins of when this philosophical journey began centuries ago.
30 APR– 12 MAY 2013
Mokspace presents an exhibition of works on the theme of imaginative space and the subconscious mind, by artists Sung Young Park and Sam Shiels, from Tuesday 30th April until Sunday 12th May.
9 APR– 28 APR 2013
Mokspace is delighted to present a group exhibition of three remarkable printmakers:
Hyun Jeung, Katsutoshi Yuasa and Phil Greenwood from Tuesday 9th April until
Sunday 28th April 2013.
Sun, Moon and Tree
8 MAR– 7 APR 2013
The exhibition of "Sun, Moon and Tree" of ceramists Chang Sook Lee and Soyeop Kim will take place from 8th of March to 7th of April at Mokspace, London.
Artists in Action for Education
22 FEB - 4 MAR 2013
Mokspace, in partnership with Education Concern, is proud to present an
original exhibition supporting the educational needs of children in Uganda and
South Sudan. Opening in February, the exhibition will provide an opportunity to experience a
wide variety of artists, all of whom have generously contributed their works to
this charitable cause.
Soon Yul Kang : Spiritual Journey
23 Jan - 18 Feb 2013
On viewing Soon Yul Kang's woven tapestries, the observer is immediately calmed by the still, simplicity of her work. Each of us has a memory of some quiet, meditative space once experienced, but crowded out by our busy lives. Her work places us immediately in that personal space, where seeing and thought come together. There is a universal, Zen-like, character to her tapestries, evoking the pure essence of landscapes, bringing us back to our centre.
Bongsu Park: Emanate
4 - 21 January 2013
Bongsu Park's work seeks to address the fundamental questions of existence. Rather than applying a scientific or logical approach where analysis seeks resolution, she utilises organic forms to explore the act of creation, birth and decay. Her works include seeds organically sprouting from a hanging pouch, human limbs emerging out of knitted canvases, and cubes – danced with and within.
2 Oct - 15 Oct 2012
My works are visual narrative expression towards objects. The method of work consists of burning incense against paper. My choice of methodology relates to traditional Asian culture where we used to burn incense in shamanistic ceremony for better harvest, fertility and health.
In "Letting Go", Adjani Okpu-Egbe
7 Sep - 27 Sep 2012
Adjani's work is surreally and emotionally raw, intensely gritty, insanely powerful, and probably comes from places that only he has been. The 'mystical nature' of his work makes him arguably the most exciting and intriguing emerging AfroSurreal Expressionist Artists of his generation.
Symposium - Group Exhibition 2012
23 August - 3 September 2012
Artists : Karen Parry, Valeriya Vygodnaya, Taegyun Kim, Yonghyun Lim_Jackie, Sanghyun Kim, Hyerim Kim, Kyungmin Lee, Sungmin Han, Sooji Shin, Eunkyung Jeon, Sunsuk Ahn, U Hyun Bong, Miyeon Lee
KOREA SPORTS ART 2012
20 July – 15 August 2012
Together with a new definition of sports art, is the first official event to introduce some Korean sports artists to overseas market which expects to develop a new genre pioneering and development.
With enormous experiences in various advertisements and designs, they have pioneered and developed a new genre 'Sports Art' with impressive artifacts.
Hyun Jeung: Underneath the gam tree
29 June – 16 July 2012
Mokspace is delighted to present Hyun Jeung's first exhibition in London. She is a Korean printmaker and ceramist. Hyun will show her latest woodcuts, created in Paris and Tunis where she lives and works.
Juhee Hong: The inevitability of change
20 June – 26 June 2012
Mokspace is delighted to present Juhee Hong's first exhibition in London. Juhee Hong is attempting in this new series of ambitious and intriguing works is to tempt her audience to get closer to a sort of abstraction to suggest a link between time and its demise.
1 June – 17 June 2012
Mokspace is delighted to present the first exhibition of the work of Korean Fashion Designer, Yeji Kim and Do Joon Kim. They are currently running the fashion company, 'Boutique UNIQUELY y'. Boutique UNIQUELY y is a private label apparel brand for speciality retailers. First established in 2006, it's signature style that is inspired by international travel.
Shinwook Kim : Korean Folk Painting in Photography
11 May - 28 May 2012
The first exhibition of the work of Korean photographer, Shinwook Kim. He is currently studying BA Art & Practice at
Goldsmiths College in London. His photographic motifs come from Korean traditional fish paintings of the 17th-19th century. In making this series, he re-visualizes the beautiful stories and dreams which are embodied in traditional Korean folk art.
East meets West: Art and Design Now
24 April - 3 May 2012
East meets West: Art and Design Now, exhibits the work of 20 young artists and designers from Korea, Taiwan, China, Japan, Hong Kong and Macau – many currently working in London. The show reveals the stimulating variety of creative energy emanating from these countries, and which is increasingly impacting on the capitals – and indeed – the worlds, art scene.
5 – 19 April 2012
Mokspace is delighted to present the first exhibition of the work of Korean wall illustrator, Kyungho Park.
Based in Seoul, he has worked on advertisement campaigns for Baskin Robbins, Hyundai, Kia and Samsung etc. His work reflects a uniquely imaginative point of view embracing reality and fantasy.
5 – 19 April 2012
Running Boy includes the work of two Korean artists, KyungJu Kim and YoonMi Jung, creating in cooperation.
Based in Seoul, their work uses different techniques and materials, from illustrations and film to sculpture and stitch. The work of duo has a poetic, lyrical quality - simple and warm - expressed through an intriguing variety styles.
Kang Bong Kyu : Nostalgia of Korea, Korean
2 - 30 Mar 2012
The exhibition shows two sections from Kang's series 'Korean, Koreanity: Houses and their surroundings' and 'People and Lifestyles'. His work reflects on the richness of the nostalgic aspects of Korean culture, and their identity within the landscapes and portraits such as the traditional architecture, totems and statues, which symbolize their lifestyle.
25th Jan - 7th Feb 2012
This was the first solo exhibition in Europe of the work of Korean artist Wook Heo, in association with Oriental VisArt, Geneva.
Wook Heo disassembles and reassembles painted images that are neither paintings or relief, and which subvert the meaning of his
11 - 17 November 2011
A group exhibition featuring Bongsu Park, Jin Kim, Ilsu Hwang,Min Yoo and Ilsun Maeng - artists who feature 'grotesque' elements in their work. The exhibition attempted
to identify the common genome hidden in the artists differing perspectives.
A Eternal Cycle
14 Oct – 10 Nov 2011
Artists Seoyoung Park and Songnyeo Lyoo presented contemporary interpretations of Buddist paradise and hell paintings, historically enshrined in Buddhist temples, allowing us to appreciate these religious icons as pure works of art.
A Device: back to the moment
30 Sept - 9 Oct 2011
A group exhibition featuring the work of 6 artists and embracing sculptures, photographs, paintings, etchings, ceramics and performance. Here the work acts as a device where clues encountered in art unlock memories and recollections of the past without conscious effort.
18 - 31 August 2011
The first London solo exhibition of Korean artist Hyo Jung Kim – showcased her new paintings that capture that moment on the border between dream and reality, transferring her subconscious dream experiences onto canvas. Starting with the seemingly mundane but sensual folds and crevises of her duvet, the artist uses them as a metaphor for those of the flesh, rendering them in unsettling colours to hint at what lies within.