Since reopening its doors in Cheonan in 2002, Arario Gallery runs two branches in Cheonan and Seoul, and an office in Beijing. Arario Gallery has always endeavored to explore new grounds that have never previously been looked at by other institutions in Korea, promoting hybridization and diversity in regionally localized art world through its active interactions with international art world. Through its artist representing system, the gallery has been to expand out to the global audience by introducing and proclaiming the excellence of Korean contemporary art to the rest of the world. On the basis of experience in China’s art industry, the gallery currently introduces various works from India and Southeast Asia’s artists which have yet been introduced within the country. Furthermore, the gallery continuously strives to discover, support and promote artists from India and Southeast Asia, and to spread its influence throughout this region. In accordance with its excellent artist representing system and collaborations with various domestic and international galleries, Arario Gallery is a leading Asian gallery which will continue to devote to expanding the possibility of art and the art market of Korea and Asia.
Arario Gallery Cheonan where can feel the president Chang-il Kim’s passion for art, has led to introduce various contemporary arts to Korea. The gallery Cheonan has contributed the advancement of regional cultural industry and extended vision of the art world through well-organized exhibition programs such as a typical pop-artist in the U.S, Keith Haring’s solo exhibition (2002), a rising German artist Sigma Polke’s solo exhibition(2004), group exhibition for artists based on Leipzig that inherit a tradition of Germany (2005), a solo exhibition of Hyung Koo Kang who is famous for a portrait drawn in realism (2007), a group exhibition for introduction contemporary art in Southeast Asia (2010), Chinese young artists’ group exhibition (2011),etc. The gallery Choenan plans to make a various cultural program for people’s enjoyments as well as devote to the role of platform for the art of this region.
Tuesday-Sunday : 11am - 7pm
Closed on Mondays, January 1st, New Year's and Chuseok Holidays