Visit Gucci's New Art Exhibition In Seoul In The Comfort Of Your Home
Gucci has just opened a new exhibition titled No Space, Just A Place at the Daelim Museum in Seoul. Curated by Myriam Ben Salah, the exhibition is premised on "the complex history of independent and alternative spaces" as well as Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele's reflections on society, in particular "the ethical and aesthetic value of the relationships between genres and gender".
The exhibition explores different themes that set new empowering narratives for people, and pushes forth a new definition and ideas of what an “other space” might be, such as a place to build a different, desirable future.
Propelling the narratives along are the works of such international artists as Meriem Bennani, Martine Syms, Olivia Erlanger, Kang Seung Lee and Cecile B. Evans as well as selections from various independent art spaces in Seoul including Hapjungjigu, Boan1942 and space illi. Every piece is tied to the idea of the alternative space as a utopia.
The exhibition, which is on until July 12, 2020, can viewed as an interactive 360-degree film here.
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- Images Courtesy of Gucci