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      "Flowers speak of hope that blooms"

      An exhibition in the underground stations of Seoul in South Korea in spring 2020, as the Covid-19 lock down is eased off.


      The exhibition contains the solidarity of courage and hope from domestic and foreign artists as a symbol of flowers, now in the Corona 19 era. At first glance, it looks fragile, but it reflects the providence of nature in flowers that bloom beautifully in any adversity, sharing comfort and hope. On the other hand, as a culture and art platform for the Wooi New Culture and Arts Railway to visit the daily lives of citizens, it also contains the meaning of wishing to contribute to life by taking root and growing. In Sinseol-dong, Bomun Station, and Sungshin Women's University Station, thematic exhibitions covering the entire history are presented in three episodes: Original-HOPE, Eternal-ETERNITY and Hwanhee-JUBILIANCE.

      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams
      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams
      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams

      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams

      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams

      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams

      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams
      In full bloom exhibition Kristjana S Williams

      Participating Artists: Koo Bon-chang, Chae Byeong-rok, Michele De Andreis, Rix Museum, Kristjana S. Williams

      Curator: Yeomi Mi