A presentation of iconic works by acclaimed Korean artist Do Ho Suh. Showcasing the range of Suh’s practice – including large and small-scale architectural fabric works, thread drawings, watercolors, and bronze sculpture.
Born in Seoul and now based in London, Suh is known for a multidisciplinary practice that confronts questions of home, memory, marginality and the correlation between psychic and physical space. His autobiographical fabric sculptures recreate, to scale, spaces of his former residences and studios. Reflecting an itinerant life, these highly detailed portraits feature buildings, rooms and domestic objects from past and present homes in Korea, Rhode Island, Berlin, London, and New York.
This exhibition marks the second presentation in the gallery’s newly opened London space and the first of Suh’s in London since 2017. Notably, this presentation also marks twenty years since Suh’s first exhibition with Lehmann Maupin in the United States.
|Duration||03 December 2020 - 20 February 2021|
|Times||Wed-Fri 10-6 Sat 10- 4|
|Cost||Free - advance booking required|
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