Museum Voorlinden recently launched the first-ever solo exhibition of original artworks by seminal South Korean artist Do Ho Suh in the Netherlands.
Suh is widely-recognized for hand-crafting immersive architectural installations that evoke the artist’s personal experiences. Most notably, his fabric replicas of previously lived-in homes have been shown across major institutions including Lehmann Maupin’s New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul locations alongside Victoria Miro’s London and Venice establishments. For the presentation, Voorlinden is showcasing a selection of his sculptural installations, scale models, drawings, and videos by the artist.
“Inspired by his personal experiences, his work transcends the purely biographical and touches on universal themes such as belonging, memory, identity, and migration,” said Museum Voorlinden in a statement.
Tour the exhibition above and then visit Museum Voorlinden’s website for further details. The show is on view until September 29.
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