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I draw: There is Nothing Cooler than Drawing

An exhibition that re-manifests the special value of drawing something
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  • Period 2019-02-14 ~ 2019-09-01 10:00 ~ 18:00 (Closed Mondays)
  • place D Museum
  • Ticket 12,000 KRW
  • Homepage http://www.daelimmuseum.org/dmuseum ※ Check the details on the official website as changes may occur.

D MUSEUM presents a large scale exhibition from February 14 to September 1. The exhibition introduces over 350 drawings, illustrations, objects, animations, and installation pieces by master illustrators plus 16 emerging artists who are gaining attention from all over the world for their unique works.

This exhibition will showcase the artists’ world of art that awakens curiosity through a new yet familiar scenery or a journey to the inner self in an omnibus style composition. Through the exhibition, we not only record and remember various aspects of each era in history but also focus on the value of drawing for expression by visualizing individual thoughts and imaginations.

Participating artists include Eom Yu Jeong, who understands and collects drawings of new and unfamiliar landscapes and objects she encounters, 20th century illustrator Pierre Le-Tan who graced the cover of the New Yorker magazine in his teens, Oamul Lu who sweetly depicts the changing seasons using simple colors and shapes as well as the people in the paintings, Unskilled Worker who became Gucci's muse with drawings of pure and charming characters and stories hidden in various symbols based on her fundamental interest in her surroundings, and Stefan Marx who is active in painting, music, and fashion with humorous drawings and typography of the creative energy in youth culture.

The exhibition fully displays the special stories of everyday life created at the fingertips of the artists, and the delicate and subtle sensibility that cannot be captured by eyes or cameras in this modern society filled with digitalized visual images. You will rediscover the special side of drawing, a simple yet cool act that allows the audience to imagine stories beyond what they see and experience them with new senses.