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Dec 23 2013

Close to Home: Interview with Do-Ho Suh

by Sylvia Tsai
Close to Home: Interview with Do-Ho Suh

The practice of Korean sculptor and installation artist Do-Ho Suh centers around notions of home—its associations with comfort, memory, displacement and identity formation. Recently, he debuted his Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home (2013) installation at the new National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, in which a life-size replication in fabric and wire of his childhood house in South Korea floats inside his former brownstone residence in Providence, Rhode Island.  On the occasion of his first solo exhibition at Lehmann Maupin in Hong Kong—and the artist’s second visit to the Fragrant Harbor since the 1990s—Suh met with ArtAsiaPacific to discuss his latest fabric pieces and a potential future project.

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Dec 12 2013

Concrete Love

by Jen Kwok
Concrete Love
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