Some-one by Do-Ho Suh

Some-one by Do-Ho Suh, Military dog tags formed in to a garment, the scultureconveys the dehumanization of soldiers'.

Korean designer Do Ho Suh - The ‘Floor’ installation consists of thousands of multicolored plastic toy figures holding up a large glass plate that can hold the weight of people across the glass.

Art design glass floor people Korean designer Do Ho Suh - The ‘Floor’ installation consists of thousands of multicolored plastic toy figures holding up a large glass plate that can hold the weight of people across the glass.

‘Home Within Home’ is a series of Do Ho Suh’s recent fabric works that explore the the idea of home and the sense of cultural displacement that comes with immigrating to a new place.

Intrigued by this piece by Korean artist Do Ho Suh. "Blueprint" - made of thread & sheer fabric. On exhibit in Seoul at the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art

ƸӜƷ Do-Ho Suh, Seoul Home/L.A.Home/New York Home/Baltimore Home/London Home/Seattle Home, 1999

Do Ho Suh

Artist Name: Do Ho Suh Sculpture and Installation art Born 1962 Korean

Do Ho Suh is a Korean sculptor and installation artist who's known for his thought-provoking sculptures that often have to do with migration and personal space. These themes reflect his own move from his homeland of Seoul, South Korea to New York.

Do Ho Suh Created a Fabric Life-Size Home within Home

‘Home Within Home’ is a series of Do Ho Suh’s recent fabric works that explore the the idea of home and the sense of cultural displacement that comes with immigrating to a new place.

limmynem: “ do ho suh: home within home leeum samsung museum of art, seoul, south korea open now until june 2012 ‘home within home’ is a solo representation of do ho suh’s work showcasing the.

Do-Ho Suh (Korean, lives in US), "Seoul Home/L.A. Home/New York Home/Baltimore Home/London Home/Seattle Home" (1999) -draws attention to the ways viewers occupy and inhabit public space -whether addressing the dynamic of personal space versus public space, or exploring the fine line between strength in numbers and homogeneity, Suh’s sculptures continually question the identity of the individual in today’s increasingly transnational, global society (Text from PBS Art 21)

Seoul Home/ L. Home/ New York Home/ Baltimore Home/ London Home/ Seattle Home, 1999 Silk, 149 x 240 x 240 inches Seattle Asian Art Museum, 2002

A piece from Do Ho Suh's "Home" exhibition, currently on display at the Leeum Museum in Seoul, Korea.  This trademark New York City street side home was made up from seeing and wiring net materials.

A piece from Do Ho Suh's "Home" exhibition, currently on display at the Leeum Museum in Seoul, Korea. This trademark New York City street side home was made up from seeing and wiring net materials.

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