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PROJECTS

THAT HAVE BEEN LOVED BY AUDIENCE


WE PROVIDE AND PRODUCE NEW CONTENT 

THAT WILL SATISFY AUDIENCES ALL AROUND THE WORLD

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SHOOTHING THE PULITZER

The Most Influential Photos since 1942

The exhibits feature a collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs since 1942, when the award for the photograph section was first presented.


136 of large framed photographs with labels describing how the photographers captured the images invite the audience into the middle of history. The exhibition offers such video exhibits as an interview with a prize-winning photographer and Emmy award-winning documentary film, ‘Moment of Impact’, which the curator, Cyma Rubin, produced. Furthermore, two immersive video installations with multi-screens will invite the audiences to where the history was captured.


Exhibition Detail


- 136 of Pulitzer awarded photographs with text panels

- 2 videos of interview and documentary

- 2 video installations

- Available after Nov 2022

6.25 THE FORGOTTEN WAR

Koreans celebrate the start,

Of course, because it's never ending - it's still going on.

by Max Desfor, AP Photographer

In June 1950, Max Desfor, an AP photographer, returned to New York, after covering World War Ⅱ and other troubled parts of the world. To show their appreciation for the arduous historical works, Max recorded with his Graflex camera. AP assigned him to Florida as a staff photographer. Instead, Max chose to go to Korea to cover the Korean War.


36 photographs from Max Desfor's collection are featured, including submissions to the Pulitzer Prize Committee in 1951. These photographs were taken during the most strained four months of the Korean War, from September 1950 till December 1950.


Exhibition Detail


- 36 photographs of Max Desfor (35 framed photos + 1 digital delivery)

- Available immediately

- 150 to 200 square metres required

- Available in English and Korean

MUSE : GOGH TO MATISSE


Immersive Experience of Masterpieces in the 19th Century


Attractive masters of the 19th century are presented through the exhibition in technologically immersive environments, which lies the unique bridge to the masters’ art world. A multisensory experience lifts art exhibits and presentations to a new level and truly immerses visitors in unique artists' colourful art world.


Art is not to see with our eyes but to embrace with our heart.



Exhibition Detail


- MUSE 1

    Vincent van Gogh, Auguste Renoir, Henri Matisse, Gustave Caillebotte, Gustav Klimt
- MUSE 2

    George Seurat, Edgar Degas, Francois Millet, Alphonse Mucha

- Devices for visual and audio effects required

- Available immediately