Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Hosts “Peppermint Candy” Art Exhibit

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The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is currently displaying modern Korean art in an exhibit meant to bring to light various aspects of Korean culture, politics, and society. The show includes over 23 young Korean artists who use a variety of mediums: painting, sculpture, installations, photography, and video. There is even an experimental piece made from a long trail of burning incense. Set in the beautiful, more traditional atmosphere of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, such pieces bring the worlds of classic and contemporary art into contrast. The exhibit, called “Peppermint Candy,” was coordinated with the National Museum of Contemporary Korean Art and will be on display, free to the public, until the 6th of July.


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