Ulsan Art Museum is presenting a group exhibition featuring more than 80 works by 60 teams, Semi Art Community Project: Boo Gie Woo Gie Art Museum will be held until September 3. The Ulsan Museum of Art aims to be a futuristic art museum and a platform for people who practice art in their lives, create spontaneously beyond the limits of their respective fields, and interact.
This exhibition is a continuation in this exhibition of the same name held last year at the Ulsan Museum of Art, and this time, curators from various backgrounds will unfold their curatorial ideals by gathering diverse disciplines, genres, generations and countries. Eight curators participated in the exhibition, bringing works of many genres, including painting, sculpture, design, cult video, sound art, drawing, and performance. In this exhibition, the hierarchy that separated high-end art from subculture was dismantled, and the horizontal convergence and sharing of art was presented.
Contemporary art organizers are not limited to the art field but is growing quantitatively in each part. They play a wide range of roles not only in contemporary art but also in other scene. Curators of this era are at the forefront of a cultural and historical trend that is breaking down the boundaries of the gendered art world and embracing subcultures and popular culture. Through the curatorial work of these contemporary curators, the exhibition invites visitors to deconstruct the authority and power of aestheticized museums.