Faculty Activities: John Tagg in Seoul

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This summer, Professor John Tagg spent several weeks in Seoul, Republic of Korea, where he lectured at the Doosan Art Center, conducted a roundtable with Korean scholars at the Il Min Gallery, and met with curators, critics and theorists concerned with contemporary art and visual culture. He was also able to meet with current Binghamton graduate students now returned to Korea and graduates of the doctoral program in art history. During his stay, his guides to the city were Chunghoon Shin and Hyeok Cho, doctoral candidates in art history, and above all Young-June Lee, graduate of the doctoral program, Professor at Kaywon School of Art and Design, much published author and unmatched student of Seoul.

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