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NEW DELHI: After a wait of about two years, the epitome of Korean art and cultural activities in India Korean Cultural Centre in India (KCCI) has been hosting a significant joint art exhibition of Korean and Indian artists at its New Delhi facility.

Launched on March 22 alongside re-opening of the KCCI for the public, the special collaboration India-Korea Art Exhibition “Spontaneous Balance” by Korean painting artist Ms. Jang Hee Mun, and Indian installation artist Ms. Shobha Broota will go on till May 20. While Ms. Broota art focused on the portrayal of order as the true essence of beauty and devotion, Ms. Mun used a direct and pure artistic approach to the raw aspects of reality.

According to Hwang Il-yong, Director, KCCI, “I look forward to having our exhibition hall once again be filled with art enthusiasts, students, community members and everybody else. We are hopeful that now we can come together to experience the arts. In the meantime, I invite you to continue to engage with us virtually on our exhibition website, through social media and to contact KCCI to see our exhibitions in person. I look forward to sharing the work of the two very talented artists, Ms. Jang Hee Mun & Ms. Shobha Broota, with you all.”

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