Enchanted Evening with Korean Sijo Poetry, Wine, and Art
6.30-8.30pm on Saturday, April 15th, 2017 at the Andrew Bae Gallery, Chicago
Enjoy an evening of culture with a sijo hip-hop performance by Elephant Rebellion (Elgin-Bokari Smith, Mergen "Monotone" Batdelger, and Uran Kabashi) and sijo readings by Sejong Cultural Society board members.
Traditional Korean appetizers, makegeolli, soju, and wine will be served.
Admission price is $20 per person; student discount $10.
Tickets can be purchased via Paypal from the following links:
The Andrew Bae Gallery is located in the heart of River North art district in downtown Chicago. Since 1990, the gallery has been dedicated to introducing contemporary works by Asian artists, primarily with ties to Korea and Japan. Since its inception, the gallery has successfully established recognition from the unfamiliar eyes and minds of new American collectors and museums. Focusing on a relatively small group of talented artists, the gallery carefully selects works for their irrefutable originality and distinct aesthetics. Visitors to the gallery will experience a uniquely soothing environment imbued with selections from its collection, which the gallery owner Andrew Bae describes as "Asian aesthetics with universal appeal".
Jungjin Lee, EVERGLADES #18, photography on mulberry paper, 36” x 72”,ed.3
Art Exhibition on April 15th, 2017: Permanent Gallery Artists
This group show features the essence of the Andrew Bae Gallery's permanent artists, including Jungjin Lee, Young June Lew, Kwang Jean Park, Tetsuya Noda, Keysook Geum, and Jae Ko.
The Andrew Bae Gallery has been a longtime supporter of the Sejong Cultural Society, for which we would like to thank Mr Andrew Bae.
Andrew Bae Gallery
300 W. Superior
Chicago, IL 60654
The gallery is located at the northwest corner of W Superior and N Franklin. Street parking is available along surrounding streets ($3.00/hr until 9pm).