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Permanent Exhibition of Selected Works from the Collection Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum: Korean History Through Ceramics

  • Duration : January 1 (Wednesday), 2020 ~ December 31 (Monday), 2020
  • Place : Permanent Exhibition Gallery 1 & 2, Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum

On display are 150 ceramics from the Goryeo and Joseon periods and 1,100 shards in the collection of the Museum

Korean ceramics has created new techniques through cultural exchange with neighboring countries. In this process, Korea has embraced advanced aspects of foreign cultures while retaining its own tradition, and has developed unique forms of ceramics that embody Korean spirit.
This exhibition of selected works from the collection of Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum has been arranged to provide viewers an opportunity to look at the transition from buncheong to white porcelain during the Joseon period. These ceramic works represent the history and tradition of Korea. The exhibition is divided into four sections: Section 1, Goryeo and Joseon Ceramics; Section 2, White Porcelain in Everyday Living; Section 3, Ceramics of Gyeongi-do Province; Section 4, Modern Traditional Ceramics.

Section 1 displays 100 artifacts from the Goryeo and Joseon periods. Pottery-making techniques, shapes, and decorative patterns used for ceramics from the early celadon of the Goryeo period to the blue-and-white porcelain of the late Joseon period are examined from diverse perspectives. Section 2 displays white porcelain used in everyday living during the Joseon period together with traditional furniture. Section 4 displays nine artifacts from modern times in the collection of the Museum together with works by Yoo Geun-hyung, Jeong Gyu, Yoo Gang-yeol, Han Chang-moon, An Dong-oh, and Gi Soon-taek.

Section 3 presents some 1,100 shards of ceramics chronologically from the early Goryeo to late Joseon periods to focus on the characteristics of ceramics from Gyeonggi-do Province. It displays shards in exactly the same way they are kept in storage at the Museum to remind visitors of the value of shards as materials for academic research.

Permanent Exhibition of Collection of Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum
Korean History Through Ceramics

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