Exhibitions at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Korea
Civilization: The Way We Live Now is an international photography exhibition co-produced by the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Korea and the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (FEP), Minneapolis/ New York/Paris/Lausanne. The exhibition features over 500 original prints by over 130 photographers from 32 countries.
This exhibition was organized to attempt a view of our global civilization, as it has taken shape over the past 25 years. Looking through the camera … more
This exhibition explore and illuminates how photography has been developing as a unique and mature visual language and form in itself whilst interacting with other forms of contemporary visual languages in last three decades of contemporary Korean art.
The first major photography exhibition in Korea is said to been held in 1957. Entitled The Family of Man, it was a traveling exhibition organized by MoMA, New York. Focusing on the nature and harmony of Man after the World War I & II, it had … more
In Commemoration of the 1st Anniversary of His Death