This book features the 27 young Korean artists who took part in the Nanji AIR (Artist-in-Residence) Program in 2009. Included with the studio shots and photographs of each artist's work are essays by 27 curators/critics/art historians. In its third year, Nanji Art Studio provides a studio to an artist and well as providing programs that support creativity, interaction with curators and the local community. Most essays are only in Korean, but artists' biogaphies are in English and Korean. The Nanji Open Studio, a critical component of the Nanji AIR Program, is an opportunity for the artists to exhibit their work to the public. See also the small exhibition catalogue Seoul Nanji Art Studio catalogued in AAA. (EXS.KOR.NAP).
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