After opening in March 2014 on Bongsan Art Road in Daegu, the KIDARI GALLERY moved to Daegu Innovation City in August 2020, opening a new phase as one of the region’s representative art and cultural spaces. “KIDARI” is a Korean term for a tall, skinny person like Jervis Pendleton from Jean Webster’s 1912 novel Daddy Long Legs. In keeping with the theme of the novel, KIDARI GALLERY eagerly discovers and nurtures talented young artists with the overall goal of fueling the growth of Korean art and culture with diverse new ideas. We strive to provide a welcoming “home” where everyone can comfortably engage with works of art. Along with introducing a wide range of modern artworks, we also work and communicate closely with our extensive network of art galleries and institutions in major cities around the world. By featuring seasonal themes, inviting domestic and foreign artists for major exhibitions, and planning various other cultural events, we hope to bring as much joy and pleasure to as many people as possible, in order to become the very best gallery representing the wonderful world of Korean art.