An image from the Korean war in 1950 in the exhibition “Unflattening” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul that marks 70 years since the Korean war began. Photo: Courtesy of MMCA/John Rich An image from the Korean war in 1950 in the exhibition “Unflattening” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul that marks 70 years since the Korean war began. Photo: Courtesy of MMCA/John Rich
An image from the Korean war in 1950 in the exhibition “Unflattening” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul that marks 70 years since the Korean war began. Photo: Courtesy of MMCA/John Rich

Art exhibition marks 70 year since Korean war began, and aims to foster hope, humanity and understanding

  • Exhibition showcases works by Korean and international artists in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Korean war
  • Titled ‘Unflattening’, it features art by China’s Ai Weiwei among others, and will run until September 20 in Seoul

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An image from the Korean war in 1950 in the exhibition “Unflattening” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul that marks 70 years since the Korean war began. Photo: Courtesy of MMCA/John Rich An image from the Korean war in 1950 in the exhibition “Unflattening” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul that marks 70 years since the Korean war began. Photo: Courtesy of MMCA/John Rich
An image from the Korean war in 1950 in the exhibition “Unflattening” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul that marks 70 years since the Korean war began. Photo: Courtesy of MMCA/John Rich
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