Myung Keun  Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Koh Myung Keun Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Seo-Bo Park Founder of Korean Modernism.

"Ecriture No. Park Seo-Bo Date: 2007 Style: Minimalism Genre: abstract

Takashi Murakami

DOB flower Christie’s Neon Dreams: Editioned Works by Kusama, Murakami and Nara

Myung-Keun Koh, Stone Body, 2006 plexi glass box and film of classical sculpture photographs printed on transparencies (become opaque). Interruption of western culture challenging the weight of cube.

Myung Keun Koh - makes complex constructions of photographic laminates combine sculpture, architecture and photography, yet establish an independent medium of their own.

MA LIUMING (Chinese, b. 1969). Fen-Ma Liuming (self  portrait), 1993 Artist is male but plays up feminine features b/c of how sons are perceived in this culture. Blends male & female into one body, critique of value of sex of child in culture.

MA LIUMING (Chinese, b. Fen-Ma Liuming (self portrait), 1993 Artist is male but plays up feminine features b/c of how sons are perceived in this culture. Blends male & female into one body, critique of value of sex of child in culture.

Huang Yan, Tattoo series,1999 connection w/ traditional art- landscapes painted on scrolls, but when put on body becomes political.

Huang Yan - Chinese Landscapes "Huang Yan expertly emulates traditional paintings from the Song Dynasty of Chinese landscapes on the human body"

Ma Liuming

15 May – 30 September 2004 - XING DANWEN artworks, represented by galerie piece unique.

Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei's Unilever Series commission at Tate Modern, Sunflower Seeds, is made up of millions of hand-crafted porcelain seeds.

Myung-Keun Koh

ruineshumaines: “ Photo-sculptures by Myung Keun Koh. “ Myung Keun Koh is an artist who creates “photo-sculptures”. Koh imprints high-resolution images onto transparent plastic forms to create unique.

Art Apart | Myung Keun Koh is an artist who creates “photo-sculptures”.  Koh imprints high-resolution images onto transparent plastic forms to create unique structures within the empty inner space.   Koh’s work is a very unique exploration of spaces, structures, and environments all confined within a singular form creating wonderful and stunning visual pieces.

Koh Myung Keun Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Fen Ma Liuming Walks on the Great Wall, 1998, Chromogenic Print, 127 x 199.9 cm

Fen Ma Liuming Walks on the Great Wall, Chromogenic Print, 127 x cm

Huang Yong Ping

Since the Venice Biennale, a contemporary art exhibition, has been held in Venice, Italy every two years (with a few breaks). This yea.

Lu Shengzhong, The Book of Humanity: The Empty Book, 2005 Shengzhong works w/ cut paper ( a long tradition in Chinese culture). W/ cut paper there are 3 forms- positive/negative, materiality, and meditative. Challenges our distinctions b/t this process and other forms of art.

Lu Shengzhong, The Book of Humanity: The Empty Book, 2005 Shengzhong works w/ cut paper ( a long tradition in Chinese culture). W/ cut paper there are 3 forms- positive/negative, materiality, and meditative. Challenges our distinctions b/t this process and other forms of art.

Huang Yong Ping, Buddha's hands, 2006. Is a tree that is referred to as Buddha's hands b/c of shape. Has religious significance, god like presence in gallery.

Huang Yong Ping, Buddha's hands, Is a tree that is referred to as Buddha's hands b/c of shape. Has religious significance, god like presence in gallery.

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