5. “Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula” in Chelsea
“Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula” curated by Minsuk Cho, is a group show inspired by “Crow’s Eye View”, a poem by the Korean architect and poet Yi Sang. This exhibit hopes to explore architectural interventions that reflect, and have shaped, the Korean Peninsula over the past 100 years. The exhibit presents a wide range of work by architects, urbanists, poets, writers, artists, photographers, filmmakers, curators and collectors. It was awarded the Golden Lion for the Best National Participation at the 2014 Venice Biennale and gives the viewer a glimpse into a South Korean point of view. “Crow’s Eye View” is on view at the Tina Kim Gallery‘s new space, 525 West 21st Street through October 17.