The Underground Project Space of D Museum
D Project Space
Since its opening in Hannam-dong, Seoul in 2012, D Project Space has established a reputation for hosting experimental exhibitions by the young creators of Korea in
a variety of fields. By providing an open space for communication and creation, it aims to develop a new community culture with D Museum.
Only 3 minutes away from
An old pool club, hidden down an alleyway off Dokseodang-ro Street in Seoul, Hannam-dong, had been abandoned for several years. After being acquired by Daelim Cultural Foundation, the building was reborn as an exhibition space supporting emerging Korean artists. Since the relocation in 2017, that is only 3 minutes away from D Museum, D project Space has been trying out interesting activities and various programs are being presented in addition to the exhibitions. Together with D museum, D Project Space offer unique art experiences that are open to everyone.
D Project Space:
A place of multi-genre,
and innovative experimentation
for young creators
D Project Space works closely with up-coming young creators: the creators of tomorrow. Each year, it selects a number of young creators working in various artistic fields and provides support for their unique and creative activities. Since its opening in 2012, D Project Space has worked with a total of 36 creative teams, resulting in 37 highly original exhibitions encompassing genres as diverse as installation, interdisciplinary art, media art, photography, architecture, fashion, furniture design, animation, film, literature and music. In 2019, D Project Space supports 35 creative teams and offering them the chance to fully develop their creative potentials. Visitors are allowed to experience unprecedented artistic practices and new ways of communication that can't be found anywhere else.