Korean art today: a conversation

Alison Carroll: Hong Hee, you are a leading curator in Korea, now director of the Seoul Museum of Art, but also the founding director of what was one of the most exciting contemporary art spaces in Asia, SSamzie Art Space. You've worked for many years on many international projects, including Gwangju Biennale, and spoken about art around the world. You are in a great position to comment on the key changes in the Korean art world over the last two decades.

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