Haegue Yang in 2021 DMZ Art and Peace Platform, The Unimaru, Korean Demilitarized Zone

Haegue Yang, Migratory DMZ Birds on Asymmetric Lens — Kyott Kyott Vessel (Pale Thrush), 2021, installed at a former DMZ guardpost. Courtesy of the artist.

On View | Haegue Yang

2021 DMZ Art and Peace Platform, Unimaru

November 2021 – Ongoing

Haegue Yang participates in Unimaru Art Museum's inaugural exhibition 2021 DMZ Art and Peace Platform.

The Unimaru, located in the heavily militarized Korean Demilitarized Zone at the border between North and South Korea, features works by 32 artists, including Francis Alÿs, Nam June Paik, Olafur Eliasson, and Haegue Yang.

Composed of five exhibition locations, Haegue Yang's 2021 soapstone sculpture is on the site of a former guard post, only about a mile from the border.

For more information, see the article published by Artnet News, linked here.

To virtually experience the exhibition, please visit Eazel Art's immersive virtual tour, linked here.


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