The Passage to Pusan Exhibition is a unique collaboration between the Korean Cultural Centre Australia, Journalist, Author and Documentary Maker Louise Evans, OAM, and Curator and Photo Artist Soyoun Kim.

The Exhibition features six installations including ceramic boats layered with floating photographs, intimate letters superimposed on traditional Korean Hanji paper and a wall-length giant cascading book.

The Exhibition enjoyed an opening season in Sydney’s CBD at the Korean Cultural Centre before transferring to Sandgate, Brisbane in and then Canberra at the Australian National University.

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View a short video from the Exhibition opening night in Sydney.

One war tore them apart
One journey reunited them

One war tore them apart
One journey reunited them

The Sydney Institute Review

"Louise Evans captures the tenor of the decades that matured Australia, an Australia where war and hard times went hand-in-hand with a plucky determination to endure, even prosper"

Australian War Memorial

"Passage to Pusan fills a vacuum in our understanding of life experiences that were duplicated in many families across Australia during this volatile period of our history"