This publication is produced on the occasion of group exhibition of the same title held in Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea from March to May 2915.
The exhibition brings together three artists, Tangachi, Xu Zhen and Koizumi Meiro, each from Korea, China and Japan, featuring more than 30 installation or visual art works. The show aims at spotlighting the past, present and future of the tree countries by means of art. When the Japanese artist turns memories and events from the past, dating back to the period of imperialism, into video pieces, the Chinese artist focuses on the present day in mainland China, a country that experienced rapid economic development over the past few years. In contrast to the two, the Korean artist unravels a possible future for his own country which is growing under the shadow of modernization. The exhibition as a whole explores interesting cultural differences among the three neighboring countries.
Including plates of art works and artists' biographies.
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