Contemporary Art Gallery
Established in 2003 in Seoul’s Gangnam district, Galerie Pici features two floors of dedicated exhibition space in the PICI Building and expanded its presence with a New York City office in 2019. Our focus lies in showcasing the works of mid-career international artists across diverse disciplines, while also nurturing the growth of underrepresented local Korean artists with extensive careers.

Collaborating closely with our artists, we encourage the exploration of new developments in painting, sculpture, mixed media, and installation, pushing the boundaries of traditional art forms. Additionally, our long-standing effort to recognize artists from regions outside Seoul has led to the development of unique programs tailored for artists from Cheongju City, Incheon City, and GwangJu City.

Our goal is to introduce Korean audiences to a wide range of contemporary art by curating diverse groups of international artists. We cultivate relationships with artists from different backgrounds and cultures and collaborate with international institutions such as the National Gallery in Sarajevo, the Osaka Contemporary Art Center, the Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square in Florida, the Austrian Embassy in Seoul, the Australian Embassy in Seoul, the Italian Embassy in Seoul, the Italian Cultural Institute in Seoul, and the Ministries of External Relations of Brazil and Mexico Embassies in Korea.

Our gallery’s works have found a place in prestigious permanent collections worldwide, including MMCA, Korea; Incheon Artbank Collection; Seoul Museum of Art; Busan Museum of Art; GwangJu Art Museum, Korea; CheongJu Art Museum, Korea; Gangnam Severance Hospital, Korea; Severance Hospital Outdoor Sculpture Garden, Korea; Portland Art Museum, Portland, USA; and New York Presbyterian Hospital, Brooklyn, USA.

Each year, we organize thirteen to fifteen exhibitions, often with original catalogs, featuring both curated group and solo exhibitions. Galerie PICI is a proud member of the Galleries Association of Korea.

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