Douglas Park, born: 23-01-1972, United Kingdom, visual artist, writer (of literary prose and critical essays, both mostly art connected), sometime exhibition curator (and increasingly all practices and roles combined), currently U.K based and internationally active
Kim Kim Gallery´s Douglasism Festival is an attempt to appraise and celebrate the eccentricity and uniqueness evident in Douglas Park´s works that are often made in cooperation with other artists, as well as Douglas Park´s other involvement in his fellow artist´s work. The event promises deep insight into the working methods, perspectives and traits of Douglas Park´s input and work. A polyvalent aritst, actor, performer, narrator, author and curator, Douglas Park is an exponent and specimen of art-catalysis. For many years now, Kim Kim Gallery has closely followed and supported Douglas Park´s activities.
Participants: Douglas Park (UK), Monika K. Adler (POL), Damien Airault (FR), Matthew Burbidge (UK), Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly (UK), Alex Chappel (UK), Jean-Philippe Convert (BE),Cel Crabeels, (BE) Rik Desaver (BE), Sonia Dermience (BE), Nico Dockx (BE), Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield (UK), David Evrard (BE), Dirk Fleischmann (DE), Claire Fontaine (FR), Maria Teresa Gavazzi (I), Anthony Gross (UK), Ann Veronica Janssens (BE), Sumi Kang (KR), Haeju Kim (KR), Oan Kim (FR), Oksun Kim (KR), Kosten Koper (UK), Clemens Krümmel (DE), Sanggil Lee (KR), Young June Lee (KR), Rut Blees Luxemburg (DE), Olive Martin (BE), Jan Mast (BE), Christina Mitrentse (UK), Michelle Naismith (UK), Sebastian & Thierry Paulico (FR), Owen Piper (UK), Rano (CL), Rckay Rax (UK), Aeon Rose (UK), Kurt Ryslavy (A), Ilona Sagar (UK), Paul Sakoilsky (UK), Gideon Cube Sherman (UK), Simon Tyszko (UK), U Sunok (KR), Rob Voerman (NL), Mark Aerial Waller (UK), Piers Wardle (UK), Keef Winter (UK), and more With the support of: Amado Art Space/Lab, Coreana Cosmetics, Eulji Foundation, FLACC (BE), Flemish Government (BE), Goethe Institut Seoul, Ilhyun Museum, Ilmin Museum, Institut Français Corée du Sud, Kwanhoon Gallery, Onground, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture.