KOREAN ARTIST DIGITAL ARCHIVE PROJECT
KOREAN ARTIST DIGITAL ARCHIVE PROJECT Kim Ku-lim is a summarized
version of materials arranged to introduce his artworks all over the world as part of the Korean artist digital archive project carried out by the Korea Arts Management Service.
Our digital archiving project targeting senior artists is aimed at systematically arranging materials concerning the country’s modern and contemporary fine art and laying the basis for the enhancement of international status of the country’s fine art.
We have carried out this project since 2015, selecting three to four artists and a research team every year.
Other books in the series includes Park Se-Bo, Choi Man Lin,
Seung-taek Lee, Kim Tschang-yeul, Yook Myong-Shim and Yun Suknam
Founded in 2006, the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) concentrates
on the provision of support and services related to international exchange,
and on the enhancement of the competitiveness of the arts in Korea.
Especially, KAMS offers diverse research, consulting and educational programs for
those in the field to boost the competitiveness of the arts industry of Korea.