Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Do Ho Suh

It's funny how you can sometimes forget how much you enjoy a particular artist's work until someone comes along and reminds you. This was the case when I was browsing through Beautiful/Decay the other day and saw some images by Korean artist Do Ho Suh. I love Suh for the issues that his art often addresses - most notably that of the individual in a modern, global society - for the scale that many of these encompass, for the role that the viewer is often asked to occupy as part of the work's installation, and for the way that he plays with both scale and imagery.

(All images courtesy of Lehmann Maupin, New York)

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