Acclaimed Korean sculptor Do Ho Suh is currently being presented at London’s Lehmann Maupin gallery. The dynamic new exhibition features new architectural fabric works by the artist, including large installations of ghost-like rooms and small-scale pieces of domestic objects.
“Throughout his career, Suh has investigated the ways in which we occupy and inhabit both public and private space, drawing attention to questions of identity and the role of the individual in today’s increasingly global society,” said the gallery in a statement.
See some of the works below and head to Lehmann Maupin’s website to learn more. The show is on view at the physical gallery and online until February 20, 2021.