National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art proudly presents the exhibition RHEE Seundja: Road to the Antipode to celebrate RHEE Seundja(b.1918-2009)'s 100 years anniversary of her birth and to focus on women artists starting from The Arrival of New Women at MMCA, Deoksugung. RHEE Seundja moved to France in 1951 and showed active work practices for 60 years. She presents the unique oeuvres in the extensive range of works from oil, acrylic, water color, printmaking, pottery to mosaic passing between Korea and France. She was the only one who was invited to Ecole de Paris as a Korean artist, and took part in solo exhibition over 80 times and group exhibition over 300 times. This exhibition reviews RHEE Seundja's oeuvres and identifies its meaning on the context of the history of Korean art.