|Ieyoung Contemporary Art Museum (이영미술관)|
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|Ieyoung Contemporary Art Museum is a personal collection of art that features valuable works centered on humanitarianism. Entering the eco-friendly exhibition space, you will be met by works of contemporary masters, ranging from sculptures to Oriental and Western paintings. In addition to exhibitions, the gallery also holds hands-on art programs for children.
The gallery is home to the largest collection of works by Park Sang-Gwang, a patriotic painter. In 2004, to mark the 100th anniversary of Park’s birth, the gallery created a foundation with the dual purpose of studying Park and his works and indentifying undiscovered traditional artists in Korea. Ever since the establishment of the foundation, the gallery had increased in both collection size and quantity year after year.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
5,000 won / Group 3,000 won
required for groups of more than 20 people.
|Gangnam Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 7.
Take Bus 5001, 5001-1 or 1560 to Sangmi Village (상미마을).
Cross the road and transfer to Bus 10, 27 or 66-3.
Get off at Jandari Village.(잔다리마을).
At the bus stop, follow the road to the left of the SK gas station (400m).
|www.icamkorea.org (Korean, English)|