Monday, November 25, 2013

[Exhibition] Animamix Biennale 2013-2014

Daegu Art Museum seems to carry her previous popularity, which was gained from Kusama Yayoi exhibition, over to 'Animamix Biennale'. This upcoming exhibition, as the title might suggest, will show a world of animation and comics.

Though animations and comics are sometimes borrowed artistically, it is true that these two genres are situated not in the center but on the edge of modern art. This biennale is meaningful in that it tries to establish animation and comics firmly as one genre of the modern art.

Sun-hee, Kim, the director of Daegu Art Museum, said that the previous exhibition of Kusama Yayoi had been for an easy and amusing approach to the modern art for the public adding that the coming Animamix Biennale would also be wonderful enough to capture people's hearts.

The theme of this exhibition is 'A Drama Within'. The artists draw the stories within us through a special technique called animamixing. By drawing the communion of our latent aesthetic sense and imagination, they let us see the real images in ourselves as well as others. The exhibition comprises two sections; one for the animation and comics of modern art, and the other for short animation films.


[Animamix Biennale 2013-2014]
Date: Nov 23(Sat), 2013 - Feb 16(Sun), 2014
Venue: Exhibition room 1, Eomi Hall, Daegu Art Museum
Admission Fee
Age
Individual
Group(over 20 persons)
General
Adult(19~64)
2,000won
1,500won
Youth(13~18)
1,400won
1,000won
Kids(7~12)
1,000won
700won
Discount(50%)
Recipients of basic living, Family with more than 3 kids, Volunteers who work over 100 hours, Green card holders
Free
The elderly (60~), Toddler, Men of national merit, The disabled


Tina_2011
Enamel on Canvas_130.0×162.2cm
Charles JANG


A Better Tomorrow_2010
engraved and colored on wood_80×60cm
Taejin SEONG



 volunteer_2012
Pigment color print_30x45
Hosung KIM


Enjoy Wind_2010
mixed media _114x57x77cm
Baikminjune


Danish Poet_2007 아카데미 수상
Animation Film _15‘4“
Torill Kove


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