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Expat art tour to stop in Daegu

By Korea Herald

Published : March 17, 2016 - 11:57

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“Look But Don’t Touch,” a nationwide art tour showcasing the work of artists from across Korea, will be holding its second last stop in Daegu on Saturday.

Artwork by nine artists, including Christopher Cote, Sebastian Montes and Sybille Cavasin, will be on display.

The venue will also host performances from spoken word artists Sean O’Gorman and Carlos Williams, artist and poet Ben Miller, and music from Andrew Blad, among others.

“Look But Don’t Touch,” is touring four cities around Korea, with its last stop in Seoul due on April 2.

The event starts 5 p.m. at Dongsong-ro Jaengi, a venue near the Bangwol Junction in central Daegu. Entrance is free.