Antoni Gaudi @ the
Seoul Arts Center

Category : Arts/Performances / Education/Learning
Period :   Jul 31, 2015 ~ Nov 01, 2015

For a limited time, Seoulcialites won’t have to travel to the corners of Barcelona to see the works of Antoni Gaudi. The Hangaram Design Museum hosts an Antoni Gaudi Exhibition that will hold a total of 170 works including sculptures, sketches, furniture, paintings, ceramics and mock-up models. For those who have seen many of his works, the exhibit gives visitors a chance to understand the genius mind behind his most famous works in Barcelona.

 

(Source: https://www.casabatllo.es/en/news/south-korea-surrenders-itself-to-the-magic-of-antoni-gaudi/)

 

“Despite many exhibitions on Gaudi in Korea, there has never been one so sweeping in its coverage of works across the architect’s entire life period,” said CEO of Architwins Lee Byung-gi at the opening reception. The tour of the exhibit is separated into 6 sections and begins with his biography and even features his early works from his student years.

 

(Source: https://www.casabatllo.es/en/news/south-korea-surrenders-itself-to-the-magic-of-antoni-gaudi/)

(Source: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20150802000358)

(Source: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20150802000358)

 

The Spanish Catalan architect is recognized for his individualized and distinct style, with heavy attention to detail, and is known for his neo-gothic and oriental techniques under the Modernista movement, which reached its peak in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 

His works have culminated popularity and world influence studied by architects. His still incomplete masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, the Roman Catholic church, is the most visited-monument in Spain. Seven of his works have also been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO and many of these monuments in Barcelona are must-visit tourist spots for visitors of the city. As religion is a large influence of his work, he’s earned the nickname “God’s Architect.”

 

(Source: http://impressivemagazine.com/2013/07/06/antoni-gaudi-the-life-and-work-of-a-brilliant-architect/)

(Source: https://rebeccakofron.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/antoni-gaudi/)


Inquiries: 02-837-6611

Exhibit time: 11:00am – 20:00pm

Tickets:

Adults (19 – 64 years): 15,000won

College Students: 13,000won

Teens (7 – 18 years): 10,000won

Children (5-6 years): 8,000won

Exhibit homepage: www.antonigaudi.co.kr

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Address : 서울 서초구 남부순환로 2406

Location : Seoul-si > All Area

Directions

[Subway]
Ride the subway line 3 to the Nambu Bus Terminal (Seoul Arts Center) Station
Walk out of Exit 5 and the Seoul Arts Center is a short 5 minute walk.

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"The Seoul Arts Center was created in 1988 as a mission to “develop and promote art and culture, expand opportunities of cultural enjoyment for people.” The Seoul Arts Center, is the nation’s first art and culture complex. The center strives to provide top quality cultural events as well as service to visitors."
President of the Seoul Arts Center: Ko Hakchan.
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