The exhibition, “Twelfth Night,” is a group show by the DJAC, a group of expat and Korean artists.
Work displayed at the show includes print work, painting, photography and sculpture from 14 artists, with a performance at the show’s reception on Saturday.
“Twelfth Night” was chosen as a catchy title more than a theme, though DJAC president Rosalie Knaack says two artists used it for inspiration in their work.
|“Neo-Pop Veggies” by Christopher Maslon, acrylic silk screen prints of vegetables and poetry.|
The piece was written by Monica Nickolai with music by Wil Pertz, and will be performed by Kevin Nickolai and Rosie Kim with Raphael Marsonet on saxophone.
Knaack is a ceramic and mixed media artist, but will be displaying found art in this show, a first for her.
“My husband and I bought and are remodeling a country house. In the process of demolishing sections of the house I discovered objects like broken concrete, ondol pipes, or rusted metal that I thought were quite beautiful, so I have framed or photographed them to exhibit.”
The gallery is next to Daejeon Lifelong Learning Center in Daeheung-dong, Jung-gu, and is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. The exhibition ends Oct. 17.