소규모 미술관의 전시 공간 구성에 관한 연구

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In heavily complicated contemporary society, people become to call for emotional stability and purification of humanity. Capitalization and Epicureanism dominates people’s way of thinking and as a return, artistic activities and appreciating artworks are seem acknowledged more worthily that before. This explains the needs of more public facilities that provide people rest and cultural activities. Especially necessity of art galleries is continuously increasing.
However, providing space for them is difficult with current conditions. Specifically, a related regulations permit the construction of art galleries only around 1,000㎡in size in residential area. This background entails small-scale art galleries, which would provide rooms for social educations and also proposes the need of considerations for how these facilities would meet people efficiently.
The purpose of this study is investigating the reason and purpose of exhibition spaces innovation and estimating the possible changes. This will be carried out by examining exhibition spaces in small-scaled art galleries that easily accessible for publics.
This paper is consists of 5 chapters
Chapter 2.
Conducting literature review and precedents to define role and value of exhibition space and gaining idea about required elements.
Chapter 3.
Investigating the possibility of innovated galleries’ role through looking at the systematic limitations and current situations.
Chapter 4.
Investigating the problems of space planning and scale planning through case study of art galleries based on previously mentioned considerations.
Chapter 5.
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As the table above shows, art galleries invest majority of their space real estate to the space for exhibition (58.86%). This means they need to reconsider the space plan for education, reference, collections, and leisure. These kinds of case study results problems here below.
1) Expansion of functions - better distribution plan
The plan should be made not only for exhibition, but also for education, reference, collections, and leisure. Among examined art galleries, Hwanki art gallery is the only case that fulfills this requirement. To be utilized as a local cultural facility that draw inpublics, the plan has to take space distribution and scale seriously.
2) Educational function
According to the research about current situation, art galleries’ educational role is insignificant. Galleries are needed to develop programs such as; performance, seminar, and visual materials to promote this functionand for these programs, the space of small-scale art galleries should be multi-purposed and they also develop cultural merchandises to have museum shop in them.
3) Moving route planning that considers functions
Some galleries have moving route problems due to the absence of distribution plan. Seoul, kyungin. Gwanhum galleries show intense routes collisions because of unclearly defined spaces such as; exhibition area, office, staircase, rest room, and canteen. Small-scale galleries better to choose driven-circulation style route plan.
4) Specialized exhibition
For better accessibility, galleries should be specialized in planning exhibitions and should also keep trying developing software and programs to maximize the restrained communication between art works and audiences.
5) Enhancement of service and space for respite
When a gallery has respite space in it, it is likely to be restaurant or café (Gyumgin art gallery, Green gallery, and gallery Bing). It is hard to find simple and less burdening space for taking a rest.
6) Flexible use of space
Small-scale galleries usually don’t have enough space to afford many functions. Space utilization plan that considers flexibility is need to provide the rooms for encountering artists’ idea and expression.
7) Utilize the out side space
Small-scale galleries need to maximize the functionality of small spaces. These spaces can be used for out door exhibition, respite, entertainment, event and so on.
8) User-centered space plan
9) Adjusting to changing needs
Galleries should consider renovation of space attributable for social requirement and domestic specialties.
This paper proposes a conceptual development plan for small-scale art gallery with space distribution plan

. Suggestion of desirable guidelines based on this would be the result of this paper.At this moment, when small-scale galleries are being developed to maximize the chance of public access to art and culture, this paper which proposes guidelines seem valuable. The insufficient parts of this paper would be the subjects of next research project.Propose of aspace setting program model for small-scale gallery.◁표 ▷(원문을 참조하세요)* The portions should vary based on galleries’ characteristics
Alternative Title
A Study on the space planning of small scale museum of Modern Art
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Kim, Young-jo
조선대학교 디자인대학원
디자인대학원 조형디자인학과(실내디자인전공)
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제 1 장. 서론 = 1
1-1. 연구의 배경과 목적 = 1
1-2. 연구의 범위와 방법 = 2
제 2 장. 미술관 전시공간의 의미와 구성요소 = 4
2-1. 미술관 전시공간의 의미 = 4
2-1-1. 미술관의 사회적 역할 변화 = 4
2-1-2. 미술관의 대중화 = 9
2-1-3. 전시공간의 역할과 의미 = 10
2-2. 전시 공간 구성 요소의 설정과 의미 = 11
2-2-1. 구성요소의 설정 = 11
2-2-2. 구성요소의 의미 = 13
제 3 장. 소규모 미술관의 현황과 공간구성 체계 = 15
3-1. 소규모 미술관의 현황과 제도적 제한 = 15
3-1-1. 미술관의 제도적 제한 = 15
3-1-2. 소규모 미술관의 현황 = 18
3-2. 소규모 미술관의 공간구성 체계 및 특성 = 21
3-2-1. 공간구성 체계 = 21
3-2-2. 소규모 미술관의 기능과 공간 구성 체계 = 22
3-2-3. 소규모 미술관의 유형별 특성 = 23
3-3. 제실의 상관성 = 24
3-4. 관리ㆍ운영 체계 = 25
제 4 장. 소규모 미술관의 사례 분석 및 종합분석 = 27
4-1. 소규모 미술관의 사례 분석을 위한 이론적 고찰 = 27
4-1-1. 미술관의 공간설정 프로그램 = 28
4-1-2. 소규모 미술관의 규모설정을 위한 기본조건 = 29
4-1-3. 기존의 공간설정 프로그램 분석 = 32
4-2. 소규모 미술관의 사례 분석 = 34
4-2-1. 사례 분석의 틀 = 34
4-2-2. 사례 분석 = 36
4-3. 소규모 미술관의 활성화를 위한 종합분석 = 49
4-3-1. 기능에 따른 공간 구성의 평가 = 50
4-3-2. 사례 분석을 통해 본 소규모 미술관의 문제점 분석 = 51
제 5 장. 결론 = 55
참고문헌 = 59
조선대학교 디자인대학원
김영조. (2006). 소규모 미술관의 전시 공간 구성에 관한 연구.
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