• 24 August - 30 September 2021
  • EAST
  • Katherine Bernhardt
  • Brian Calvin
  • Vio Choe
  • Philip Colbert 
  • Anish Kapoor
  • KAWS
  • Eddie Martinez
  • Yoshitomo Nara
  • Nicolas Party
  • Snarkitecture (Daniel Arsham x Alex Mustonen)
  • Do Ho Suh
  • Jonas Wood

The Page Gallery is holding a group exhibition of large-scale sculptures and paintings by Korean and overseas artists, including Anish Kapoor, Nara Yoshitomo, Do Ho Suh, and Nicolas Party. Upon entering the exhibition hall, visitors will encounter Anish Kapoor's large sphere, which creates a surreal illusion with its unique subtle color, as if floating on the wall. Cause and Effect by Do Ho Suh is an installation work in the form of a chandelier made of a group of human figures riding on each other’s shoulders, intuitively conveying close bonds and a shared destiny.

Also on display are works by up-and-coming artists such as Katherine Bernhardt, Brian Calvin, Vio Choe, and Philip Colbert. Loosely classified as belonging to the 'Pop' or 'Neo-Pop' genres, these artists have been drawing attention for their unique style in the art market, biennales, and exhibitions in recent years. You can also see works that break down the distinction between furniture, art, and ornaments, created by Snarkitecture, a New York-based collaborative project led by Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen. These splendid and bright colors and shapes of paintings and sculptures convey a familiar feeling to the audience while maintaining a sharp gaze at the boundaries between art, daily life, and society.

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