Crow's Eye View - the Korean Peninsula

Republic of Korea

The Korean Pavilion at the Architecture Biennale presents the architecture of North and South Korea as an agent for generating alternative narratives that can perceive the everyday and monumental in new ways. It showcases diverse work produced by architects, urbanists, poets, writers, artists, photographers, filmmakers, curators, and collectors that reveal the way a wide range of architectural interventions have reflected and shaped the life of the Korean Peninsula. The exhibition highlights the complexity and possibilities that lie in the Peninsula's past, present, and future.

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