Do Ho Suh / Do Ho Suh

Source: Citylab ; Image: Do Ho Suh, Apartment A, Unit 2, Corridor and Staircase, 348 West 22nd Street, New York, New York, 10011, USA. 2011–2014. (Brian Fitzsimmons).

Source: Citylab ; Image: Do Ho Suh, Apartment A, Unit 2, Corridor and Staircase, 348 West 22nd Street, New York, New York, 10011, USA. 2011–2014. (Brian Fitzsimmons).

Do Ho Suh egy világhíres koreai művész, akinek a művei olyan ismert múzeumokban kerülnek kiállításra, mint a Tate, Mori Művészeti Múzeum (Mori Art Museum) és a Leeum. A munkái az úgynevezett szobor installáció művészeti kategoriába sorolhatóak. A cikk  bevezeti az olvasót a művész életébe és a legutolsó kiállítására, amely az „Otthon-t (Home)” ábrázolja.


Do Ho Suh is a world wide known Korean artist, whose art works are shown in well-known museums including the Tate, Mori Art Museum and Leeum amongst others. His works fall in to the category of a so-called sculpture installation art. The article gives the reader an introduction about the artist and his latest exhibition that depicts the meaning of ’Home’.

A cikk a követező linken érhető el / The article can be accessed on the following link: http://www.citylab.com/design/2014/10/a-new-york-apartment-painstakingly-rendered-in-ghostly-fabric/381281/

Forrás / Source: Capps, K. (2014). A New York Apartment, Painstakingly Rendered in Ghostly Fabric. CityLab.
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