Park Ryu Sook Gallery

Lee Jae-yeon
December 2001
Koreana;Winter2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p34
This article reports on the Park Ryu Sook Gallery in Gangnam in Seoul, South Korea. The article discusses the building's design, noting that it reflects the policies of the gallery and its focus on progressive contemporary art. Information is provided on the public perception of modern art in Korea, as well as on the gallery's introduction of foreign artists to the country.


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