Kahn Parade 2018 : Biting Kahns
Mackerel Safranski, Minho Kwon, Yongkwan Kim, Hanjo Kim, Yeongshin Ma, Kunwoong Park, Keunyong Park, Sooshinji, Sparks Edition, Myeonghwan Shin, Daeseop Sim, Rae Sim, Minhee Ahn, Ancco, Chang-Chang Yoo, Woosung Lee, Ilju Lee, Sungmin Choi, Jaehoon Choi, Jeeook Choi, Minseok Ha, Yeonsik Hong
Post Territory Ujeongguk, Seoul
02/10/18 - 03/04/18
Theatricality in Our Lives. Celebrate It!
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” - William Shakespeare, As You Like It
Art and People
Eazel Sits Down with Alex Czetwertynski
Last month Eazel connected with new media artist Alex Czetwertynski as he was preparing to close his solo exhibition, First Light, at Mana Contemporary—an ambitious project that sought to deconstruct the ubiquitous digital imagery pervading today’s media landscape into its foundational elements. Upon researching his background across the fields of creative technology and interactive/media arts we saw an opportunity to explore the current conversation between art and technology, as well as how contemporary artists like Alex continue to drive the art world forward by exploring new modes of expression in maintaining the age-old practice of turning society’s attention to itself.
Dancing on ‘Unlimited’ Waves: A Reflection On What Eazel ‘Encountered’ at Art Basel Hong Kong 2018
As they've spread fast on social media you’ve likely already seen pictures of Jeff Koons in his signature pose next to Bluebird Planter (2010-2016) in David Zwirner’s booth at the sixth edition of Art Basel Hong Kong. Having attracted 80,000 art lovers from around the globe, the fair closed last Saturday with the news ringing throughout the art world that Willem de Kooning’s Untitled XII (1975) sold within the first hour of the fair for $35 million by Lévy Gorvy. The outstanding sales performance of this year’s fair aside, it’s worth stopping to appreciate how the artists who continue to drive the art world forward still do so according to their own projects. In particular it’s worth unpacking the overarching project of Alexie Glass-Kantor—the curator of the institutional-scale installation project of Art Basel Hong Kong since 2015—who invited the art world to experience twelve ambitious projects in ‘Encounters.’