A place of communication and creation,
open to all
Since its opening in Hannam-dong, Seoul in November 2012, D Project Space has established a reputation for hosting experimental exhibitions by
some of the Korea's most talented artists 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 which newly opened in December 2015.
Reestablish an abandoned
pool club as a place of
arts and culture
An old pool club, hidden down an alleyway off Dokseodang-ro Street in the Seoul neighborhood of Hannam-dong, had been abandoned for several years. After being acquired by Daelim Museum, the building was reborn as an exhibition space supporting emerging Korean artists. With its firm roots in local history, D Project Space is both a platform linking the stories of the past and the present and a foundation for communication and development for artists, visitors and local residents, open to all thanks to its open accessibility and unique art experience
D Project Space:
A place of multi-genre,
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 experimental work and creative activity. Since its opening in 2012, D Project Space has worked with a total of 31 creative teams, resulting in 32 highly original exhibitions encompassing genres as diverse as installation, interdisciplinary art, media art, photography, architecture, fashion, furniture design, animation, film, literature and music. In 2017, D Project Space supports three creative teams – ADER ERROR, Henn KIM, Rala CHOI – offering them the chance to fully develop their creative potentials.