A Soldier’s Tale – an exhibition at Asia House, until 20th July 2013

Tim Forrest's E & A


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This year marks the 60th anniversary of the ceasefire that bought the Korean War, known as “The Forgotten War” to its stalemate close. It was a bitter three year war which involved troops from more than twenty nations and resulted in a huge number of civilian and military casualties. The succeeding years have seen a cold war conflict with, as we saw earlier this year, the occasional “posturing” threatening the truce.

Soon-hak Kwon – A work for A Soldier’sTale (detail) 2013

In A Soldier’s Tale, organised by ISKAI Art, 14 artists have been inspired by the stories of British soldiers, not as a glorification of war and political views but rather as a depiction of human endurance, despair and comradeship. Visitors will find a mixture of optimism, pain and perseverance that reflects the experiences of both the soldiers and the Korean…

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