Founded in 1970, Gallery Hyundai is the longest-running contemporary art gallery in Korea. For nearly 50 years the gallery has played an integral role in the development of Korea’s contemporary art infrastructure. It has helped foster the careers of major artists such as Kim Whanki, Nam June Paik, Seung-taek Lee and important Dansaekhwa artists such as Chung Sang-Hwa and Lee Ufan. Under the direction of the second-generation Hyung-Teh Do, the gallery has expanded its roster of contemporary Korean artists such as Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho, Minjung Kim, Seulgi Lee and as well as hosting the debut exhibitions renown foreign artists in Korea.
Gallery Hyundai continues to support pioneering artists through exhibitions in its galleries and beyond, collaborating with museums and institutions worldwide. The gallery continues its mission and unwavering commitment to artists who pushed the boundaries of contemporary art.