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Ho-Am Art Museum, South Korea

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The present collection of the Ho-Am Art Museum was based on the collecting activities by the founder of the Samsung Group, the late Lee Byung-Chull (sobriquet Ho-Am). Located on land within the Everland park area in Yongin-si, Kyonggi Province, the museum, built in 1982, consists of a 4,300 sq. meters main building built in the traditional Korean house (han-ok) style, a 66,000 sq. meters traditional Korean garden, Heewon, and a sculpture garden with large works by Bourdelle.

In 1992 the museum merged with the Ho-Am Art Gallery in Seoul. The Rodin Wing was opened in 1995.

Kevin Kennon, Mario Gandelsonas, Ruth Butler:
The Rodin Museum, Seoul.
Princeton 2001.
Text and photos documenting design and construction of the new Rodin Wing at the Ho-Am Art Museum/Samsung Foundation, Seoul, Korea.

 



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