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LA-Washington D.C. Exchange Exhibition: One-Step Up

LA-Washington D.C. Exchange Exhibition: One-Step Up


▶ Date: January 13th - February 3rd, 2017 
▶ Opening Reception : Friday, January 13th, 2017 at 7:00pm
▶ Place: Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles Art Gallery (2nd Floor) 

               5505 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036
▶ Presents: Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles & Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C.
▶ More Information : Heeseon Choi, KCCLA at 323-936-3014 
▶ Participating Artist : 
LA Artists – Yun J. Choi/Donghyun Chung/Hee Ouk Kim/Sunny Kim
Washington D.C Artists – Yuni Hogan/Sunhee Kim Jung/Jean Kim/Ju Yun
▶ Gallery Open : Mon-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm / Sat 10:00am-1:00pm
(January 16th Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday will be closed)

The Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles(Director Nakjung Kim) & Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C.(Director Myeongsun Park) proudly present the cultural exchange exhibition, called, “One-Step Up” that will take place from January 13th to February 3rd, 2017 at the Korean Cultural Center Art Gallery, located at 5505 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca. 90036. And this is for commemorating Korean-American Day as well.


The KCCLA do this cultural exchange exhibition which is started 2014 with Mexico City, and is organized for Korean American artists to afford to an opportunity to introduce them to outside of California. Last August, the KCCLA did again and jointed with Korean Cultural Center Washington DC, and that is entitled “Same Way, Different Path” at the KCC Washington, D.C. 

The KCCLA followed up with this Exhibition, because KCCLA wants to show their works at here, Los Angeles. This show is composed with 4 L.A local Korean-American artists and 4 Washington D.C. Korean-American artists. They express about themselves through the works. The works of these artists have been chosen for their ability to share their view of the place where they live through the eyes of a Korean and their continued hunger to follow their passion of sharing their art. 

This show is open to the public, and if you want to join opening ceremony, please R.S.V.P. at rsvp@kccla.org or call 323-936-3014.