APPORTIONS: representing the divines

21 - 28 March 2015

ArtOnespace is pleased to present Nick Taylor’s solo exhibition. Join us in celebrating this special event, which coincides with the Vernal Equinox. Nick Taylor is an artist inspired by his spiritual journey . He is also the author of “The Parables of History,” which was translated into Korean.

Voice of Spring & Autumn

14 Dec 2014 – 10 Jan 2015

Hongjung Park will unveil her work in London for the first time at her exhibition here at MOKSPACE. Park’s work has previously been motivated by the healing process and the sanctity of life. However, this exhibition focuses on her own self-reflection of life inspired by pieces of her everyday life. Park fuses personal memories and voice with history and society.

In a Dream, Are All The Characters Really You?

9 – 16 October 2014

Emerging Young Artist - Mokspace Award 2014 / by Daewoong Kim, Hayun Choi and Mee Young Kim

Mokspace Award 2014

18 Septmeber - 4 October 2014

Emerging Young Artist - Mokspace Award 2014 / by Daewoong Kim, Hayun Choi and Mee Young Kim

Talk to me, Darling

14 August - 6 September 2014

In this exhibition, ‘Talk to me, Darling’, Kim discovers the root of her inspiration for her work. She has found that she is very much influenced by her own personal experiences and recreates scenes from her daily life. She tries to capture these moments and convert them in her own visual language.


29 July - 9 August 2014

MOKSPACE warmly invites you to indulge in ‘Obsession,’ an exposition by Korean artist and photographer Jaeho Park. The exhibition is composed of two parallel investigations into human localisation and culture. ‘Obsession in Paris and London’ is the product of a forensically styled search carried out by the artist in our capital.

Golf –The Royal and Ancient Game

9 - 26 July 2014

To coincide with and to celebrate The Open Golf Championship, we at Mokspace are pleased to present an exhibition of paintings in oil and watercolour, plus etchings, engravings, lithographs, copper bronze relief plaques, prints and photographs, all depicting some aspect of the great game of golf.

The Island is a Buoy

25 June - 5 July 2014

Hyunjoo Son’s work started when she began researching her own family’s history, which took her to the island of Anmyeondo, where all her photographs taken for this series are taken. Anmyeondo is a tiny island located in South Korea which, when measured against the whole world, may be seen as a small speck. Son raises the question of how a ‘speck’ could have such history and meaning for her, while understanding that others might not feel the same.

Kyoto, city of dreams

9 - 15 June 2014

An exhibition of photographs by JEREMY HOARE, professional travel and portrait photographer, television cameraman, director and producer, who has been photographing Japan and Kyoto in particular for over twenty-five years. His photographs have been used extensively worldwide in all forms of media; newspapers, magazine, brochures, books, videos and promotional material.

Documenting Blake’s London

29 May - 7 June 2014

After the huge success of its launch at The Strand Gallery in February, ARNIS PURPLE is delighted to announce its exclusive participation in a feature exhibition at MOKSPACE, Museum Street, WC1. We invite all art and design enthusiasts to join us in celebrating this new show, especially at the PRIVATE VIEWING on Wednesday 28th of May, from 5.30 pm until 8.00 pm.

The Message

12 - 24 May 2014

The Message series, which shares its title with the exhibition as a whole, explores a sculptural motif firmly rooted in the Korean custom of writing notes on sheets of paper, twisted into a loop and then pinned to a wall at the entrance to a favourite tea shop. These messages are then discovered, opened and read by the intended loved one or intimate friend on the next visit to their meeting-place.

Jardins croisés

27 MAR - 12 APR 2014

Jeung's most recent prints trace her journey from her home country, South Korea, to her current home, Tunisia, as tender, nostalgic images of East Asian gingkos spring up alongside delicate impressions of North African poppies.


27 MAR - 12 APR 2014

Ten years ago, photographic journalist Ki Hyoung Tak set out to explore a 400-year old burial site at Mount Cho-An in his native Korea. There, ornamental tombstones were built in tribute to the Joseon Dynasty's faithful court subjects, whose adoration and loyalty Tak still feels pulsing through the weathered graveyard.


6 - 22 MAR 2014

London-based Korean ceramicist, Sun Ae Kim, draws inspiration from 18th and 19th Century Staffordshire pottery and European ceramics to produce painted porcelain figurines and tableware.


13 Feb - 1 Mar 2014

Heeseon Byun, a London-based graduate of the Royal College of Art, paints tender, abstract portraits of everyday life. Having worked with oil paint for many years, and with undergraduate and postgraduate training at both Chelsea College of the Arts and the RCA, Byun has cultivated a distinct style of dreamy, schematic portraiture.

Night Break

14 Nov - 15 Dec 2013

This series began when the artist worked as a night watchman at the Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea. Straying from his post one night, and drifting in and out of wakefulness, he stumbled into a tree and mistook it for another man. The photographs that he developed out of his experience of the night watch suture the cleft between blindness and vigilance, recording the sensory experience of an artist with eyes wide shut.


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