During his stay in Busan Palaniappan was provided with a studio apartment and a local person to help him with the language and chores. Many Indian artists visit Korea to exhibit their work as also for workshops, etc. “In this Art fair, several galleries from Mumbai also took part and displayed over a hundred works by Indian artists,” says Palaniappan. Also, he will be delivering lectures on Indian art at some universities and art institutions in Seoul and Busan. He was recently in Busan, Korea as an Artist in Residency at the invitation of K-Art International Exchange Association, one of the largest exhibitors of contemporary and traditional art in Busan.
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