Gallery Hyundai continues its mission of gaining global recognition for Korea’s most influential artists and representing prominent international artists in Asia. The gallery is Korea’s longest-running contemporary art gallery celebrating its landmark fiftieth anniversary in 2020 and has played an integral role in the development of Korea’s contemporary art infrastructure fostering the careers of artists such as Kim Whanki and Nam June Paik.
The gallery was one of the first to show and represent influential Dansaekhwa artists such as Chung Sang-Hwa and Lee Ufan and continues its role to support and contextual important artists such as Park Hyunki, Quac Insic, Lee Kun Yong and Lee Seung-taek.
In 2019, the gallery opened a private show room in Manhattan to further serve as a resource for Korean art. The gallery remains proud of its history and continues its unwavering commitment to artists who push the boundaries of contemporary art and forward-thinking curatorial vision.