AN HANKUK : World peace

April 7 - April 25, 2008

Gallery Korea of the Korean Cultural Service New York
Opening Reception: Monday, April 7, 2008 6-8 pm


Special exhibition of Korean calligrapher Han Hankuk.  
Han's works are known for their symbol of peace keeping and 
this exhibition will be a rare treat for New Yorkers 
to have a glimpse of art works/maps created with the Korean alphabet. 
Han's extraordinarily large scale ink paintings including the largest map 
of the Korean peninsula-composed of thousands of letters, 
taking over five years to complete-are one of the first of its kind to 
exquisitely combine Korean alphabet and world maps.

Gallery Korea
Korean Cultural Service New York

460 Park Avenue (between 57th & 58th St.), 6th Floor 
New York New York 10022 
tel: 212 759 9550 
fax: 212 688 8640 
www.koreanculture.org 
nyarts@koreanculture.org

Gallery Hours:
Monday - Friday, 10:00am-5:00pm
Free Admission
* Sat. Appointment Only

Miro Yoon