Gwangju Biennale

Park Seo-Bo, one of South Korea's leading artists, has died aged 91

The father of the Dansaekhwa movement was known for monochrome works with roots in Buddhist philosophy

French curator Nicolas Bourriaud appointed artistic director of 15th Gwangju Biennale

The South Korean exhibition has come under fire for its Park Seo-Bo art prize which has now been abolished

Soft power triumphs at this year's Gwangju Biennale

Many of the works are deeply but not overtly political in a festival created to commemorate the 1980 Gwangju Uprising and Massacre

From ancient Chinese philosophy to groovy ambient music: the curator Sook-Kyung Lee on her greatest influences

The artistic director of the Gwangju Biennale talks to us about her favourite works and what she last saw on screen

South Korea confronts legacy of 1980 massacre at this year's Gwangju Biennale

The biennial will highlight the conflicting narratives of the deadly uprising that paved the way for democracy

Gwangju Biennale artistic directors discuss Korean shamanism and planning in a pandemic

13th edition of the biannual Korean art exhibition will look at queer theory, feminism and how centuries of tradition collide with contemporary art

Gwangju Biennale's 11 curators delve into South Korea's hidden traumas

The theme of Imagined Borders addresses the fraught relationship with the North as well as global tensions surrounding migration and identity

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