Facilitating artists' mobility(the Korean Pavilion at the Venice art biennale)
Operation of the Korean Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale
The Korean pavilion was established at the Venice Art Biennale, one of the world’s top three Biennales, to present Korean art to the world by displaying architecture and art exhibitions every year.
▪ In 1995, the Korean Pavilion opened as the 26th national pavilion at the Venice Biennale. It exhibits arts and architectural works, focused on Korean identity. Arts are exhibited in odd-numbered years and architectural works in even-numbered years. Art experts form a network centering on the exhibitions.
▪ It presents contemporary Korean arts to the general public and is expected to stimulate research delving into the diverse genres of arts.
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