Oct 21 - Oct 23, 2016

Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, Japan

Choi returns to this 'three nights only' event after his first participation in 2010.  Flower Chandelier and Love Me is displayed in public spaces in Roppongi Hills. 

Oct 14, 2016 - May 31, 2017

Domaine Pommery, Reims, France

In this exhibition Choi features two large installations, one in the front lawn of Domaine Pommery and the other one inside Pommery's cave. Fruit Tree welcomes visitors entering the winery with its bright color and freshness, and Happy Happy invites visitors to walk inside the plastic forest along the hallway of the cave.

Oct 15 - Dec 15, 2016

Anyang Art Park and the city of Anyang, Korea

Choi's new series of furniture installation 'The Gateless Gate' is featured in Anyang Pavilion.

Sep 29 - Nov 3, 2016

Daegu Arts Center, Daegu, Korea

The Daegu Photo Biennale 2016, celebrating its 10th year of exhibition, is based on the theme, “We are from somewhere, but where are we going?” The exhibition is inspired by creativity, experimental spirit, time(history), space and the environment of Asia.

Sep 27 - Oct 19, 2016

Seoul Calligraphy Art Museum, Seoul, Korea

The exhibition, organized by Seoul Arts Center, AGI Korea and Gyeongnam Letter & Civilization Research Society, displays about 150 pieces by about 60 international artists including Yoo Seungho.

Sep 24 - Dec 11, 2016

Sainokuni Saitama Arts Theater, Saitama, Japan

This new triennale features Choi Jeong Hwa's site specific installation Happy Happy made with recycled plastic parts produced in Saitama and the inflatable installation Breathing Flower touring around different parts of the city.

Sep 17 - Nov 20, 2016

Ryujin Great Suspension Bridge, Ibaraki, Japan

For this new international art festival in Northern Ibaraki, Choi envisions a magnificent installation at the longest pedestrian bridge in the main island called Ryujin Great Suspension Bridge.

Sep 10 - Oct 23, 2016

DDP Design Museum, Seoul, Korea

Yoo Seungho is participating in the group exhibition 'OLD & NEW' commemorating the 110th anniversary of the birth of Kansong. On view from Sep 10 to Oct 23 at DDP Design Museum.

Aug 25 - Aug 28, 2016

Senate Square, Helsinki, Finland

During the Night of the Arts, recycled plastic receives new life as part of Choi Jeong Hwa’s marine installations. On display for the first time in Finland, Choi’s colourful art blends Korean tradition with the urban way of the world and global consumer culture.

Kim Joon and Lee Seung Hee at Biennale Internationale de Vallauris

Jul 2 - OCT 31, 2016

Musée Magnelli, musée de la Céramique / Salle Eden, Vallauris, France

Biennale Internationale de Vallauris hosts Korea as this year's guest country of honor, and features Kim Joon's solo exhibition and the group exhibition of Korea contemporary artists including Lee Seung Hee. Kim Joon is featuring his solo exhibition as his work has been recognized for showing a new perspective and approaching method on pottery through a digital image.

Lee Seung Hee at Céramique, Contemporaine, Coréenne

Jun 16 - Nov 5, 2016

The exhibition features 14 of Korea’s leading contemporary artists including Lee Seung Hee. The exhibition’s aim is to portray Korean society and culture today by looking at contemporary Korean ceramics together with a selection of paintings, photographs, videos and installations that speak of these ceramics, each in their own way.

Kim Joon at The 3rd International Digital Art Biennial

Jun 3 - Jul 3, 2016

Arsenal Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada

Kim's recent video work Snake (2015) will be featured at the main exhibition taking place at Arsenal Contemporary Art for the 3rd edition of the International Digital Biennial (BIAN), with the theme AUTOMATA: Art made by machines for machines.


Apr 22 – Sep 18, 2016

Museum of Contmporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland

For the first solo exhibition by a Korean artist at Kiasma, Choi builds his large installations by combining local and Korean, new and old, unique and mass-produced elements, blending Korean pictorial tradition with global consumer culture. From ordinary consumer goods, such as colourful plastic vessels and cheap toys, Choi builds experiential and immersive spaces.

Fruit Tree, Go Free

Apr 8 - Jul 17, 2016

Outside Quincy Market, Boston, U.S

Share your “fresh pics” with #mfaMEGA! Take a photo of yourself with Choi Jeong Hwa’s Fruit Tree at Marketplace Center near Faneuil Hall and enjoy free admission to the MFA as part of “Megacities Asia.”

Apr 3 - Jul 17, 2016

The largest contemporary exhibition ever organized at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, features 4 different site-specific, large-scale installations by Choi.

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