|Palais De Seoul (팔레 드 서울)|
|Palais de Seoul is an art gallery that first opened in January 2010 in Tongui-dong, Seochon of Gyeongbokgung Palace, a rising hub of culture and art in Seoul. Palais de Seoul, meaning a palace in Seoul in French, is 330py in size with 1 basement floor and 2 floors above the ground. The gallery houses three exhibition halls, an art shop on the first floor and a rooftop garden that accommodates various events and opening ceremonies for the exhibitions the gallery holds. Hosting various genres of exhibitions ranging from paintings, photos, videos, body paintings to glass installations, the art gallery has been leading the effort to promote the work of art of the famous artists from home and abroad, as well as some experimental artwork of new young talents.|
|Total Area : 1090.9㎡ (1-2F, B1F, Roof garden)
Exhibit area: 1F (208.2㎡), 2F(264.5㎡), B1F (59.5㎡)
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|[1F Exhibit hall], [2F Exhibit hall]
- hosting exhibitions of various genres of paintings, photos, videos, installation art, body painting, glass installation
- Through the many windows and doors of the gallery, visitors from inside may enjoy the peacefully quiet and romantic surroundings of the Tongui-dong area.
[B1 Exhibit hall : Rookies Exhibit hall]
- Every year, the gallery holds an exhibition of the most creative artwork of the winners of a contest for young new artists.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Info. Services for Koreans|
|Foreign Language Intepretation Services|
Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 3.
Go straight until you reach the four-way intersection and turn right. Go straight again, and Palais de Seoul will be on your right in the Erum Building.