Gucci Collaborator Coco Capitán Launches New Solo Exhibit in Seoul

The London-based artist spotlights diverse works spanning photography, paintings, and more.

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Coco Capitán landed a major collaboration with Gucci last year. The London-based artist worked with Alessandro Michele on a special project for the label’s Fall/Winter 2017 show. Her scrawled motifs adorned a slew of items including the designer’s own T-shirt. The emerging talent is now the subject of a new exhibition at Seoul’s Daelim Museum. Entitled “Is It Tomorrow Yet?,” the presentation spotlights the multi-faceted artist’s diverse mediums spanning photography, paintings, sketches, videos, installations. A total of 150 works will be on display.

View select pieces in the gallery above and let us know your thoughts. The show commences today until January 27, 2019. In other art news, Harmony Korine is gearing up to launch a “BLOCKBUSTER” show at Gagosian’s Madison space in New York City this September.

Daelim Museum
21, Jahamun-ro 4-gil
Jongno-gu, Seoul
South Korea

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