The compelling opera 'The Golden Dragon' by Music Theatre Wales was performed at Tongyeong International Music Festival
Following its success with Greek in 2015, Music Theatre Wales returned to Tongyeong International Music Festival with another thrilling new opera by Peter Eötvös, brought to life with their characteristic theatrical flair and musical virtuosity.
The 18th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) saw a special focus on British film maker Michael Winterbottom
JIFF screened selected works of Winterbottom in three categories, and the programme included a master class with the director with the aim to offer a new perspective on Europe’s present and consider where contemporary cinema is headed post-1990s.
Neil Brownsword’s exhibition 'Factory' was shown at the Gyeonggi Int'l Ceramic Biennale 2017
As a part of the UK/Korea 2017–18 programme, British artist Neil Brownsword was given a dedicated hall within the Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale (GICB), where he presented the exhibition 'Factory'.
The exhibition shed light on the displacement of intangible cultural heritage in North Staffordshire’s ceramics industry and invited viewers to ask questions about the value and relevance of inter-generational skills.
UK film artist Isaac Julien presented a solo exhibition, 'Playtime', for the first time in Korea
Throughout the extensive solo exhibition at Platform-L Contemporary Art Centre, Isaac examined inevitable and fundamental questions around capitalism, labour and the art market of our time.
The exhibition consisted of three works including Playtime (2014), functioning as the major axis to the constellation paired to Kapital (2013), and finally The Leopard (2007), which renders historic traumas into a choreography playing on the border of life and death.