Barakat Contemporary

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Galleries from New Delhi to Tokyo present solo shows by some of Asia's most exciting talents, including Taiki Sakpisit’s haunting dreamscapes, Hwang Sueyon's sculptures at the edge of collapse and Kingsley Gunatillake’s charred and gutted books

From Kim Beom's humorous works at Leeum Museum of Art to Jaeseok Lee's enigmatic paintings at Gallery Baton, these are the shows to see in the Korean capital

BY Hayoung Chung |

From Sung Hwan Kim's solo show at Barakat Contemporary, Seoul, to a retrospective of General Idea at National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |