After a long absence I returned to Italy, I greet and thank everyone for the wait.
Work in Seoul went well, Seuol is a great city and Koreans kind and friendly, a great people.
With me came my Korean friend and collaborator, Christine Hong, she lives in Turin and she teaches art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin. Cristina has been a great help as an interpreter and thanks to the fact that his parents and brother Leo (artist photographer) living in Seoul, Korea does not have visited by tourists. They came to work with me my partner Roberto Fioccardi for mounting the exhibition and dismantling my dear friend of Sidney Michael Schiavello.
During my first visit to Seou I met , a ceramist, Toyoung Kwak, I visited his gallery and with her we made a car trip to meet The Major Intangible Cultural Properties , the potter Mr. Kim Jong-Ok.
And now, photos, photos and photos for my friends around the World
E adesso foto, foto e foto per i miei amici in giro per il Mondo
Nathalie's paintings inside the Transformer
Mario, Hans, Nathalie, Roberto and Cristina
Nathalie and Hans
outside the Trasformer, traditional Korean dance
Cristina, Toyoung, Me and Leo
Papà e Mamma of Cristina and another bottle of dunduju
Dinner with Jonny and Angela
The potter Mr.Kim Jong-Ok
Mr.Kim Jong-Ok and wife
The studio of Mr.Jong-Ok
The ovens of Mr.Jong-Ok
fishing in the river with Leo
Leo's photos in the art fair o Seoul
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