Paris is the city where French opera stage artist Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, as the world’s first inventor of photography, made the first photographic work, the Boulevard du Temple. It was a historical site where Impressionist painters developed their own new painting techniques.
This exhibition looks at Paris through recording materials that contain 224 photos and 122 unpublished photos of 39 world-class photographers, including Robert Capa and Mark Libu, who have amazing names in the world photography history, including Elliott Erwitt and Martin Parr. In addition, 34 old books, maps, and illustrations related to Paris were exhibited, and the Salon de Paris was created to examine the status of Paris as a modern capital in the 1800s.
START: Jun.28, 2021
END: Oct.10, 2021
HOURS: 10:00~18:00 (17:00 Last Admission)
Adults (Age 20 or more): KRW 15,000
Youth (Age 14~19): KRW 13,000
Children (Age 3~13): KRW 10,000
Special 50% discounts (limited to 1 ticket per person, only applicable with proof of the discount):
65 years senior, persons with disabilities level 1-6, persons of national merit, persons of free national merit
Free admission / Less than 36 months (with proof of the discount)
RESERVATION (Kor): http://www.ticketlink.co.kr/product/34655
Busan Cultural Center
1 UN pyeonghwa-ro 76beon-gil, Daeyeon 4(sa)-dong, Nam-gu, Busan
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