The BTS members recently revealed their desire to focus on their individual activities and not just their group activities. As a result, J-Hope will be the first to release his solo album.
While we are all waiting for individual releases, it is also interesting to see that some members have other projects in mind, apart from music.
On June 28, RM appeared on Season 2 Episode 1 of UBS’s Intersections: The Art Basel Podcast. He spoke with French-American journalist and art columnist Marc Spiegler about BTS and the art collection.
🎧 Welcome to season 2 of Intersections: The Art Basel Podcast!
In our first episode, Marc Spiegler speaks to rapper, songwriter, and record producer Kim Nam-joon – better known as RM from @bts_bighit.
— Art Basel (@ArtBasel) June 28, 2022
RM is known to be an art enthusiast. He often does “namjooning” when he has the opportunity to go to local art museums in Korea and abroad, and he shares his findings with his followers on social media sites, Twitter and Instagram. .
“My Instagram… it’s a bit like a cure. And fans visit [le musée] after me when I post it. It’s really great that people can like my taste and be there [pour] to visit museums. If 300 people see the same work of art, it represents 300 different feelings. » —RM
Now, RM has revealed he might want to share the art with others on an even more personal level.
joon said he’s seriously planning on opening a little museum of his private collection 🥺 he said there’ll be a cafe on the first floor and artworks on the second and third floor pic.twitter.com/85JmT4sVkG
— lex⁷ (@prodK0YA) June 28, 2022
During the podcast episode, RM spoke about his intention to open and own a space where his collection can be viewed by the public. He said collect “really gives me the standard to live as a better man, as a better adult and [en tant] than an artist. I just want to make music like the timeless songs that I admire. » So he would love to share his art collection with others now, just like he shares his museum trips with ARMYs on Instagram.
“It’s the first time I’ve said this, but seriously, I’m planning to make a little space of my own private collection, and maybe just a café on the first floor and set up my collections…The second and third floors…the people could still see the collections…” —RM
Of course, until RM officially opens its own art collection exhibit, ARMYs can attend HYBE INSIGHT, the museum commemorating HYBE music, artists and fans.