The North Korean Film Studio (조선예술영화촬영소 | 朝鮮藝術攝影所）is the home of the […]
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North Korean Movie: The Story of a Nurse 1971, 128 […]
Oct 2020 Air Koryo Mosaic Location Sunan District, Pyongyang at […]
October 2020 The Mosaic at Kaeson (‘Triumphal Return’) Revolutionary Site […]
September 2020 THE ART OF THE NORTH KOREAN FILM POSTER […]
August 2020 The following is a redaction of a paper […]
June 2020 North Korean art captures the world's imagination The […]
Stunning image depicting the hygiene measures to be taken during COVID-19: “Let’s Wash Our Hands!”
Four of our photographers were chosen for the 2018 Time Magazine feature ‘Inside North Korea: The Photographs That Moved Them Most’.
May 2020 Book Review: Songs for “Great Leaders” Ideology and […]
We spoke to one of our North Korean colleagues on the subject of marriage
Numerous artworks portray what at first glance appears to be soldiers in uniform, often involved in construction projects – red guard suit
April 2020 Let There Be Light Bohemian glass, Tiffany, Lalique […]
Across te years, North korea film industry has experienced change both drastic and drawn-out
The top art institute is the Pyongyang University of Fine Art with various sections: brush-and-ink, oil, sculpture, ceramics, mural painting and industrial arts.
The most famous North Korean film of all time!
Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions from collectors.
Take a look at what kept us busy over the year! Have a look for what 2019 brought us for North Korean art and exhibitions.
In November 2019, Koryo Studio held the launch of Tourist Map Of Pyongyang (2019)
Koryo Studio co-curated ‘Made in North Korea’ arrives to South Korea
In June 2014 Koryo Studio was asked to contribute to the ‘Corea Pavillion’ at the Venice International Bienalle – with the focus on modernism 1914-2004.
“The Beautiful Future” is a unique collaboration between Nick Bonner of Koryo Tours, Dominic Johnson-Hill of Plastered 8, and selected North Korean artists.
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