Take a Look Inside Gucci's 'No Space, Just a Place. Eterotopia' Exhibition in Seoul
Featuring the works of 10 independent art spaces.
Gucci has unveiled a multi-layered art project in Seoul, which has been curated by Myriam Ben Salah. Dubbed No Space, Just A Place. Eterotopia, the exhibition features the works of 10 independent art spaces at the Daelim Museum spread across its three floors.
According to a press release, the Italian fashion house’s exhibition aims to “give visibility to these radical venues and to explore their ‘alternativeness’ as a conceptual tool through which to think about autonomy, defy authority and foresee new narratives for the future.” Audio Visual Pavilion, Boan1942, d/p, Hapjungjigu, OF, Post Territory Ujeongguk, space illi, Space One, Tastehouse and White Noise are each showcasing a project that has been designed by their own teams, including the work of one or several artists that the art houses represent or support.
Take a look inside the No Space, Just A Place. Eterotopia exhibition in the gallery above, or take a virtual tour of the space here. The exhibit is now open to the public and will run until July 12.
In case you missed it, here are the museums that are currently offering virtual tours during self-isolation.
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