“Korean Ink Wash Paintings,Emitting the Light” Exhibition Inaugurated by H.E.Chang

Vivek Sharma,

New Delhi:Korean Cultural Centre India is hosting an overseas exhibi tion of Korean Ink Wash Paintings titled as’Korean Ink Wash Paintings,Emitting the Light’.

The exhibition will open on 1st September and will be held for 43 days with closing on October 13 at the gallery in Korean Cultural Centre India.

The exhibition will be co-hosted and organized by Jeollanam-do Province in Korea to promote Korean Ink Wash Paintings and the ‘Jeonnam International Sumuk Biennale 2023′ to the India and celebrate the ’18th G20 Summit’ in New Delhi and the ’50th Anniversary of Korea-India Diplomatic Relations’.

The title of the exhibition is ‘Korean Ink Wash Paintings, Emitting the Light’,and it contains the meaning of the shining value of Korean Ink Wash Paintings,where tradition and modernity coexist.

In addition, the works of 25 representative artists from Gwangju City and Jeollanam-do,which express the modern formative beauty by adding color, are expected to approach Indian visitors as interesting and new attractions.

Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to India Chang Jae-bok said,”We are very happy to experience the artistic sensibility and beautiful creativity of Korean Ink Wash Paintings on the occasion of the 18th G20 Summit in New Delhi and the 50th Anniversary of Korea-India Diplomatic Relations.”

Principals,teachers,and students from 32 schools that are participating in Korean language classes with the support of the Korean Cultural Centre India have been invited to the opening ceremony of the exhibition.

The ceremony will take place at 5 pm on September 1st at the Korean Cultural Centre India.Ganga International School,one of the 32 schools,will bring its students who are not only interested and talented in Korean language but also in arts to the opening ceremony.