Total Museum

Noh Joon-eui
December 2001
Koreana;Winter2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p28
This article reports on the Total Museum as an arts facility in South Korea. The Total hosts art exhibitions, as well as concerts, lectures, seminars, and artistic programming. The article also discusses the opening of the Total Open-Air Museum in 1984 for outdoor sculpture. Information on the museum's efforts to accommodate all artistic fields is provided as well.


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