Until now, international cultural exchange in Korea has often stayed in one-off events due to lack of understanding of the overseas art market and lack of an appropriate artistic perspective, but our association has grown supported by major Asian collectors such as India, China, Vietnam, and Japan.
In addition, based on our relationship with our collectors, who are mostly economists, we are striving to achieve international cooperation in the private sector by lowering psychological barriers to entry to foreign investment and domestic investment.
In the future, our association will continue to promote Korean art around the world with the mindset of being at the forefront of art and cultural exchanges, and establish a virtuous cycle structure in the art market that can support continuous creative activities from artists representing Korea to talented new artists. In addition, we will not neglect our efforts to secure the publicity of art, such as inviting art to our daily lives, expanding opportunities for high-end art to the general audience, donating profits, and opening the way for potential art students.
In the upcoming future, we will continue to realize our own clear values for the cultural and artistic business of "art industry" and take steps one by one to contribute to the development of the art world. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who cherished and supported our K-Art International Exchange Association.
Orporation, K-Art International Exchange
Association CEO Heo Sook