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— by Park Yuna: When the second wave of COVID-19 infections hit South Korea in late August, forcing people to suspend many of their daily activities, the Busan Biennale‘s organizing committee went into crisis mode.

With the government announcing that strict social distancing rules would remain nationwide until Sept. 20, the Busan Biennale 2020 — the international contemporary art show scheduled to open Sept. 5 in the southern port city of Busan — had to quickly change its plans only a few days before the opening…

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