G-Dragon is transmuting the lines of art once again, this time with a new art exhibit.
‘PEACEMUSICONE’ will open at the Seoul Museum of Art on on June 6, and is the first exhibit of its kind.
Top Korean star G-Dragon, the leader of K-pop idol group Big Bang, collaborated with contemporary artists to put together the artworks.
The modern art exhibit is the first of its kind to appear at the Seoul Museum of Art.
G-Dragon created the art while collaborating with 11 Korean and international modern artists and artchitects, including Gwon Osang, Bang & Lee, Fabien Verschaere, Michael Scoggins, and more.
The name of the exhibit refers to G-Dragon’s view of the world, with “peace” representing the ideal and “minus one” representing the current reality of humanity and the world.
The exhibit ‘PEACEMUSICONE’ is co-hosted by the Seoul Museum of Art and YG Entertainment, and sponsored by Airbnb.
It will open on June 6 and run through August 23.
Along with releasing information about the exhibit, YG Entertainment and the Seoul Museum of Art released a teaser video for ‘PEASEMUSICONE.’
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