Northeast Asian countries of Korea, China and Japan have historically shared tradition and philosophy through vibrant cultural interchange each other owing to their geological closeness. Therefore, the traditional artworks of three countries show the qualities and values in common. However, they also exhibit the unique and special cultural elements of each country.
Journey to Northeast Asia will feature the Korean, Chinese and Japanese painting and calligraphy created by the members of the Society for International Cooperation in Artistic Oriental Drawings (SICA). The shared and distinguishing aspects in art practices of each culture can be explored through the artworks of the SICA members. The succeeded Korean traditional style and technique will be specially focused in the exhibition.
Opening Night with Korean Painting & Calligraphy demonstration takes place on Wednesday 9th October from 5pm to 7pm.
Free Entry. Bookings Essential.
Call 8267 3422 to RSVP.
The exhibition runs from 9th to 31st October 2013. Monday to Friday. 10am to 6pm
Korean Cultural Office, 255 Elizabeth St, Sydney