An International Art Exhibition: Eunam Museum of Art hosts “Diversity” — by Mark Eaton

Hye-Seong Lee is curating an international art exhibition at Eunam Museum of Art in Gwangju-si, Jeollanam-do, South Korea.  The theme of the exhibition is “Diversity.”  At this time, there are 19 artists scheduled to showcase, according to Hye-Seong Lee, the cosmopolitan potency of Gwangju using a wide variety of media.  The artists:

김성우 (installation)

송숙남 (printmaking)

Anjee DiSanto (photography)

최재영 (acrylic on canvas)

김주희 (jewelry/sculpture)

오병욱 (metal sculpture)

Nadine Bouliane (mixed media)

조용신 (video installation)

Doug Stuber (acrylic on canvas)

박광숙 (oriental painting)

Gilda Wilson (oil on wood)

변경섭 (acrylic on canvas)

Mark Eaton (photography)

조강현 (acrylic on canvas)

Evelyn Curry (digital photo collage)

Nate Rood (acrylic on paper)

나명규(Mixed media)

주미희 (wire sculpture)

윤재원(CAD/CAM metal)

Diversity will begin on Thursday, 25 August and will conclude on Thursday, 8 September.  There will be an opening reception at 6pm on Thursday, 25 August at Eunam Museum of Art.  The reception provides an excellent opportunity to meet and to speak with the participating artists.

If you happen to be in Gwangju during the exhibition, please take the time to take in the beautiful art at Eunam.  From the information on the poster above, this is the location of Eunam Museum of Art:

Eunam Museum, Gwangju 은암미술관, 광주 광주 동구 대의동 32 번지 우)500-050
The phone number:
062-231-5229
The museum website:

Eunam Museum of Art

On a personal note, I will be exhibiting some of my figure nude work during the Diversity Exhibition.  The compositions have Korean and western figure models.  I’ve been fortunate to have worked with more than a few Korean figure models and foreign figure models in South Korea.  While professional, each has collaborated with a creative and artistic flair to assist in creating something worthwhile and lasting.

Please contact me if interested in modeling and/or purchasing any of my work for private or public display.  I also do work by commission.

I am a member of the International Artists Community, which is based in Seoul, South Korea.  See some more of my work and the work of the other artists at IAC:  International Artists Community

In addition, I’m a member of the Gwangju Artists Collective.  GAC was kind enough to create a site that features some of my work and a short profile: Mark Eaton at GAC

My email:  ingaudiopulchritudo@gmail.com

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4 Responses to “An International Art Exhibition: Eunam Museum of Art hosts “Diversity” — by Mark Eaton”
  1. I am indeed very surprised to see the photos taken by Mark Eaton. He has a remarkable way of catching the scene and objects to create an art which is very praiseworthy. I am thankful to my friend
    LesEphemeress to have introduced him to me through his work.

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  1. […] Earlier this month I wrote a short article on this site about the exhibition here: Eunam Museum of Art Hosts Diversity […]

  2. […] Diversity will feature 19 artists, seven of whom are expatriates living in South Korea.  I will be exhibiting three photographs at this event.  The photograph posted above is titled, “Afternoon,” and is one of the compositions I’m showing (Yes, “Afternoon” is © Mark Eaton).  Simultaneously, I will be exhibiting three photographs at the Gwangju Museum of Art as a part of a summer themed event.  Earlier this month I wrote an article here on the pages of Social Discourse of Disquiet about the Diversity exhibition.  That article is found here: Eunam Museum of Art Hosts Diversity […]



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