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Dodooba  Art guide to shows in Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore

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Are you in Tokyo this weekend? 6 shows we recommend that are closing today! 도두바 추천 도쿄 전시 6개!
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(in order of image w/ handles below so easier to check out the galleries and artists :)
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Kentaro Kobuke at Maho Kubota Gallery
Daisuke Ohba at SCAI Bathhouse
Luigi Ghirri at Taka Ishii Gallery Tokyo
Seiji Chōkai at Tokyo Gallery+BTAP “Heat” at Ota Fine Arts
“gesture, form, technique IV” at Taro Nasu
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@daisukeohba @scaithebathhouse @takaishiiGallery @kentaroKobuke @tokyogallery_BTAP @otafinearts @taronasu_tokyo

What you see aren’t just bouquets. These photographs by Taryn Simon are based on historical images of significant treaties later broken or reversed. For instance, this photograph is based on an image of Boris Yeltsin and Bill Clinton signing the 1994 Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances (in which America, Russia and the UK gave Ukraine security assurances against any threats to territorial integrity or political independence… Crimea was later annexed by Russia on 18 March 2014). Simon examines the stage craft of those agreements and the repeated presence of the bouquet of flowers—full of femininity and vitality—surrounded by powerful men who believe in their powers to control the future of the world. Simon’s photographs have distilled down these historical images to their aesthetic qualities. The bouquets in her photographs are recreations of the original bouquets that were present during these decisive moments in history. The background colours of the works are based on colours found in the original photographs. Flowers aren’t forever and political promises are fleeting.
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Tarry Simon’s first exhibition in Hong Kong is on view now at @gagosiangallery thru August 5. Clink on link in bio to see more images from the show!

Certainly not the most original, but Carl Sandburg's quote comes to mind: "In these times you have to be an optimist to open your eyes when you awake in the morning."
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RYAN GANDER
Dominae Illud Opus Populare (2016)
animatronic eyes, sensors
13.8×13.8×6.9 in (35×35×17.5 cm)
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Currently on view in Gander's solo exhibition, "These Wings Aren't For Flying" at at the National Museum of Art, Osaka thru July 2 2017
© Ryan Gander, Courtesy of Lisson Gallery @ryanjgander

Hey Seoulites! 5 shows we recommend in Samcheong-dong 도두바 추천 삼청동 전시 5개!
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(in order of image, w/ handles below so easier to check out the shows and artists!)
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Kukje Gallery: Chan-Kyong Park
Perrotin Seoul: Daniel Arsham
One and J. Gallery: Dong Wook Suh
nook Gallery: Jong Oh & Heeseung Chung
Art Sonje Center: Suntag Noh
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@nookgallery1 @chungheeseung @danielarsham @oneandjgallery @galerieperrotin @jongaround @noh_suntag @artsonje_center @kukjegallery

That exquisite... and sensual marriage of art and design. View from "gesture, form, technique IV” at @taronasu_tokyo (thru June 24)
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painting:
MIKA TAJIMA
Furniture Art (Thika) (2015)
thermoformed acrylic, spray enamel
43.3×33.1 in (110×84 cm)
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chair:
CHARLOTTE PERRIAND
'"Ombre" chair' (designed 1954, produced 1970s)
manufactured by Tendo Mokko, Japan
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"Life is the Heart of the Rainbow" on view now at the @nationalgallerysingapore through September 3 2017
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#nationalgallery #kusama #yayoikusama #artinsingapore #infinitynets #contemporaryart #japaneseart #nationalgallerysg

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Laurie Simmons
The Music of Regret (2005-2006)
35mm film (transferred to HD CAM)
44 min. 14 sec.
Collection: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa © Laurie Simmons
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On view now in "Play" at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan
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@lauriesimmons #art #Japan #artjapan #wheninJapan #Laurisimmons #regret #videoart #contemporaryart #musicofregret #collection #moma #tate #whitney #frieze #artoftheday #artdaily #artofig #artnet #artlover #museum

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JUNSEOK JANG
Persicaria perfoliata (2017)
paper
dimensions variable
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Junseok Jang (b. 1970, Korea) is best known for his visual experimentations with the Korean word ‘flower’ (or ‘꽃’) in various mediums. The motif has been realised as painted stainless steel sculptures or flat plastic modules installed like tiles on a floor. In a departure from his previous work, Jang uses the Korean word ‘forest’ (or ‘숲’) as his main motif. However, like the “Flower” series, Jang continues his exploration of the symbolic system of communication. If each word can be considered a unique character that inhabits its own formative allure, Jang takes the encoded visual stimuli to re-articulate the system of communication beyond its language borders.
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#tree #숲 #장준석 #installation #forest #daegu #GalleryBundo #moma #tate #갤러리분도 #설치 #종이 #paper #꽃 #설치작품 #artdaegu #JunseokJang #artnet #artofday #instaart #instagramart #artdaily #contemporaryart #Koreanart #Koreanartist #imagesculpture #papercraft #paperart #대봉동 #대구

Korean artist Seoung Won Won's solo exhibition on view now @gallery_arario thru June 25
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The final photographic outputs of Seoung Won Won (b. 1972, Korea) are the results of thousands of images taken by the artist, which are deftly collaged into impossibly real landscapes. In “The Sight of the Others,” Won presents new metaphorical landscapes that convey the many facets of seven specific occupations: the journalist, IT professional, professor, pharmacist, financier, public official, and researcher. The works are based on Won’s curiosity in understanding if 'the job determines the identity of the person’. Preferred occupations usually have defined, professional characteristics and emanate a specific character. However behind the aura of success are challenges no different from other occupations. Animals and landscapes are brought together in exotic mis-en-scenes that articulate the rift between the myth of success and the reality of obligations, competition and wear. The landscapes, though tragic, unfold as beautiful alchemies and become reflections on human society.
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#원성원 #타인의풍경 #아라리오갤러리 #삼청동전시 #갤러리 #미술 #풍경 #직업 #photographs #photography #surreal #landscapes #art #contemporaryart #collage #artKorea #Koreanartist #Koreanart #Thesightofothers #arariogallery #artSeoul #artinSeoul #tate #moma #cactus #frieze #SeoungWonWon #samcheongdong #seoul #galleryshow

In Manhattan's downtown art scene in the late 1970s and early 80s, a young Taiwanese artist by the name of Tehching Hsieh (b. 1950) made an exceptional series of artworks. Working outside the art world's sanctioned spaces and economies, Hsieh embarked on five separate yearlong performances. In each, he made a strict rule that governed his behaviour for an entire year. The performances were unprecedented in terms of their use of physical difficulty over extreme durations and in their absolute conception of art as a living process. In 'One Year Performance 1980-1981', Hsieh subjected himself to the dizzying discipline of clocking onto a worker's time clock on the hour, every hour, for a whole year. In 'One Year Performance 1981-1982', Hsieh inhabited a further sustained deprivation: he remained outside for a year without taking any shelter. Each work convenes different methods of documentation, challenging what it might mean to archive a life. This exhibition is curated by Adrian Heathfield and is a Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. .
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All images © Hugo Glendinning. Courtesy of the Artist and the Taipei Fine Arts Museum of Taiwan

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