Gyeonggi Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art (GMoCCA)GMoCCA logo

Since opening in 2001, GMoCCA has grown and become a museum that is truly representative of Korean ceramics. It introduces Korean ceramics to the world and connects the local ceramic community with the world.

By hosting special exhibitions that examine the present state of contemporary ceramic art and seeking a forward-looking approach, the Museum has played a pivotal role in moderating the on-going discussions on ceramic art. It has also served as a space for cultural activities where the realm of ceramic culture can be expanded. The Museum has worked together with the public through educational programs, informative lectures, and career training programs that address the needs of a very specific class of people. And, in close cooperation with world-renowned institutions specialized in art and culture, the Museum promotes exhibitions for international exchange that raise the stature of Korean ceramics on the global stage and residency programs that support exchange of creative work and inspiration by artists all across the world in its eorts to realize the coexistence needed for ceramic art in the future.

To make ceramic art a part of everyday life of Gyeonggi-do Province—and thereby make life richer for all—the Museum will strive to be closer and more familiar to the public. As an important center of world ceramics, the Museum is committed to increasing the values of ceramic art by incessantly communicating with the world.



  • Hosted Hidden Colours:

    Contemporary Korean Ceramic Art

    in Belgium (Ceramic Art Andenne) and France (La Piscine - Musée d'art et d'industrie André Diligent de Roubaix)


  • Hosted the 11th KICB
  • Icheon World Ceramic Center renamed as Gyeonggi Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art (GMoCCA)


  • 2020 Hosted the special exhibition The Eternal Nomad


  • Hosted the 10th KICB
  • ※ Due to the spread of African swine fever (ASF) and COVID-19, the 10th KICB was scaled down to focus only on the International Competition and special exhibitions.
  • Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale renamed as Korean International Ceramic Biennale


  • Hosted the special exhibition, Map of Ceramics Studios in Icheon: Part 1. Masters and Masterpieces


  • Hosted the 9th GICB


  • KOCEF and National Folk Museum of Korea co-hosted the special exhibition, The Promenade: Healing in Nature
  • Hosted the 8th GICB


  • Hosted the special exhibition, Ode to Blue


  • Hosted the 7th GICB


  • Hosted the 6th GICB
  • Ceramic Biennale Korea renamed as Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale


  • Hosted the special exhibition, 1001 Cups: Contemporary Ceramics, Trip around the World from India to Switzerland


  • Hosted the 5th CEBIKO


  • Hosted the 4th CEBIKO


  • Hosted the special exhibition Asian Ceramics of Korea, Taiwan and Japan jointly with Taiwan and Japan


  • Hosted the 3rd CEBIKO


  • Hosted the IAC Members’ Exhibition to celebrate the holding of the General Assembly in Icheon


  • Hosted the 2nd CEBIKO


  • Opened Icheon World Ceramic Center


  • Hosted the 1st CEBIKO (World Ceramic Expo 2001)


  • Organizing Committee of World Ceramic Exposition Foundation established

MI (Museum Identity)

The top priority of GMoCCA is to function as the center of world ceramics, transcending the field of ceramics and regions across the world.

The MI of GMoCCA features diverse forms that can be found in contemporary ceramic works.

GMoCCA Wordmark

● Wordmark

Diverse and interesting forms that can be found in ceramic artworks are applied to ‘GMoCCA’ in a rhythmic way. This wordmark is a combination of an acronym of the Museum’s English name and geometrical forms that represent the essence of ‘ceramics,’ and it projects the identity of GMoCCA effectively.

GMoCCA Logotype

● Logotype

Together with the wordmark, the logotype is a core element of the MI of GMoCCA.

GMoCCA Signature

● Signature (Korean, English)

A combination of the wordmark and logotype designed according to certain standards, the signature is one of the important elements for communication of GMoCCA. .

GMoCCA Color

● Color

The colors of GMoCCA are sky blue and black, which represent water and clay, two essentials of pottery. Color can be used relatively freely in delivering messages on diverse exhibitions and events as well as the identity of the Museum. However, when using colors except for brown and grey, which symbolize land and earth, cool colors should be considered first.​

Organization chart


○ Kim Gwang-Rae


○ Pyo

○ Keum

Global Networking &
Overseas Exhibition 

○ Choi

Special &
Collaborative Exhibition

○ Kim

KICB International Competition

○ Han

○ Kim

Museum Collection

○ Choi

International Residency

○ Jung

Online Platform

○ Lee SongheeManager238@kocef.org6

Customer service

○ Hwang SeonphilInformation(GMCoCCA)

○ Yi KyungDocent(GMCoCCA)

○ Kim SeoyulDocent(GMCoCCA)

○ Ma HanaDocent(GMCoCCA)

○ Kim KyungahMuseum