Almost Home (Lee Jong Gun) 

Based on his experience of overseas stay, the artist works sensitively to the sense of heterogeneity stemming from cultural differences and focuses on the loss of cultural meaning that occurs when historical buildings or monuments depart from their original place. Historical and historical sites that have been relocated from places or contexts in various ways, such as reproducing a portion of the residential space of the New England colonial style, borrowing the Greek pillar style, carving Persian carpet patterns on antique flooring collected from abandoned homes in New England, Show interest in cultural form. The exhibition is divided into two spaces, concentrating more on the story of the house and the intimate story of the artist himself.