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Korean Artist Project launches its new and improved website, featuring virtual exhibitions
Virtual exhibition view, Korean Artist Project 2012.

SEOUL.- korean artist project, which comprises three-year plan spanning from 2011 to 2013, is a global online platform that presents a series of virtual exhibitions featuring artworks by Korean contemporary artists. Its mission is to promote them internationally, allowing them to enter into the global art arena.

Since its inception on 5th December 2011, KAP is now entering its second year. Including 2011 and 2012 KAP, a total of 42 participating artists were selected by a number of curators from 19 national art museums and then juried by Korean and international art critics.

Featuring Virtual Exhibitions of Artworks by 42 Participating Korean Artists
korean artist project is an online platform which is designed to present a series of virtual exhibition spaces of each participating artist and also its virtual exhibitions are curated by a number of curators from art museums in nationwide. Through this effective and informative Website, the Website users worldwide are able to enjoy the virtual exhibitions and meet a variety of Korean contemporary artists wherever and whenever they want beyond national boundaries.

Open-Source Digital Archiving System & Vivid Artist Interviews
The open-Source digital archiving system handles large collections of artworks by participating artists and artists information including biographies, artist and critic notes.

The Website users also can see vivid interviews of each participating artist. Through the interviews, the users are able to get insight into the artists’ art world as well as their intentions of works. For each artist interviews, the KAP team have visited their ateliers to produce and create the interview videos.

Sharing KAP Artists’ Exhibition News & Related Information
Through the Timeline Calendar located on the main page, KAP Website shares information on KAP artists’ exhibition news with the users. Furthermore, the latest relevant Korean contemporary art news and related information keep the Website users up to date through the What’s On page.

Participation of Google Art Project 2012 as a Korean Partner
The Korean Art Museums Association was selected as a Korean partner by global art online platform, Google Art Project. As a result, all 2011/2012 KAP artists have successfully participated in the Google Art Project, further promoting Korean contemporary art to the world.

Today's News

August 24, 2012

Picasso and Duchamp, up against each other for the first time at the Moderna Museet

Sotheby's announces "Collections": An auction of important private collections of fine & decorative art

First comprehensive exhibition in Australia of Eugène Atget's work opens at the Art Gallery of NSW

"Offering of the Angels: Paintings and Tapestries from the Uffizi Gallery" opens at the Chazen Museum of Art

Battle of Trafalgar masterpiece by artist who failed "A level" art for sale at Bonhams

First major gallery retrospective of Australian artist Sydney Long opens at the National Gallery of Australia

Original works by Frank Zappa and The Beatles to be offered at Philip Weiss Auctions

First ever mid-career survey of groundbreaking artist Barry McGee opens at Berkeley Art Museum

New exhibition at San Francisco airport presents historic imagery from the world's oldest living religion

PAD London returns to its prime location on Berkeley Square for sixth edition

Knoxville Museum of Art presents "Contemporary Focus 2012" and "Fischli & Weiss: The Way Things Go"

Kunsthaus Zürich announces first presentation in Switzerland of "Christian Marclay's The Clock"

Painting of Christ disfigured by elderly woman in Spanish town; becomes internet trending topic

Birmingham exhibition offers alternative portraits of black culture

New walk opens up auditory vistas in 18th Century landscape

Korean Artist Project launches its new and improved website, featuring virtual exhibitions

Rutgers University announces publication of "The Fertile Crescent: Gender, Art, and Society"

Sale of World Series memorabilia to be held at Kaminski Auctions

Museum Zoologicum Bogoriense: Rat that doesn't gnaw discovered

Turning heads in Red Bank, New Jersey

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1.- Rare 1943 Lincoln Cent sells for $204,000 at Heritage Auctions

2.- Exhibition is the first to shed light on the phenomenon of the princely painter

3.- Nathaniel Silver named new Curator of the Collection at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

4.- Rijksmuseum van Oudheden explores the mystical world of the ancient Egyptian gods

5.- Media error draws misleading reports on sale of 1943 Bronze Lincoln Cent

6.- Four men deny giant gold coin heist from Berlin's Bode Museum

7.- Tanya Bonakdar Gallery presents an immersive installation by Charles Long

8.- Egypt says stolen pharaonic tablet repatriated from United Kingdom

9.- Israeli museum under fire over 'McJesus' exhibit

10.- Claremont Rug Company founder Jan David Winitz reveals major shifts in high-end antique Oriental rug market

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