Paperback book about contemporary artist Do Ho Suh, which explores his artistic practice, with a primary focus on his experimental techniques, innovative use of materials and his collaborative methods.
South Korean-born, London-based Do Ho Suh (born 1962, Seoul) is one of the world’s leading contemporary artists. Suh creates engaging and imaginative artworks, from large-scale sculptures to architectural installations, that ask questions about home and identity. ‘Home’ is so much more than the place you live. Your own version of home is a fundamental part of who you are, influenced by your day-to-day life and your deepest memories.
This publication surveys the artist’s practice with reproductions of iconic sculptural works and drawings, and commissioned texts by curators Rachel Kent and Megan Robson, and architectural historian AnnMarie Brennan.