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Love means happiness and sadness at the same time.
Falling in and out of love is *the* way of life... and the theme of this exhibit
titled "Love Actually."
The first sub-theme of "Shall We Love?" explores how people fall in love.
At times, it could be related to ambience, as suggested in this piece "Another Way of
Seeing" matched with the film "Tokyo Tower."
After all, it's human nature to get wrapped up in an ambience.
And when two people click, they often fall in love.
second sub-theme is "With You Forever."
Through laughter and tears, lovers become one.
In his pieces, Kim Taek-sang shows how love requires great effort
like a flower, love blossoms.
It blossoms over time, and needs to be nurtured.
Featured in "Boy Meets Girl" are works by preeminent American artist, Robert Indiana.
In addition to Indiana's globally-celebrated Love sculpture, his One through Zero
is on show, representing love in its purest form.
In "Sonata of Allurement," love means passion.
And the fine line between love and *** is examined.
Passionate love is powerful and complex.
Another sub-theme is "Crazy Love song."
Artworks presented in this section discuss how possessiveness can destroy a relationship.
Relationships lost through insecurity are remembered here.
Last but not least, time is said to heal all wounds.
But "Love, and After" reminds us how true love can transcend time.
Matched with the film "Love Letter," Hong Seung-hye's 'sentimental' piece is about remembrance
Bitterness and loneliness mark the end of a relationship.
Still, we all seek love.
Sometimes it lasts, and sometimes it doesn't.
And *that* is "Love Actually."