Do Ho Suh: Works on Paper at STPI (hardback)

Martin Coomer, Allegra Pesenti, Sarah Suzuki & Do Ho Suh
Delmonico Books/STPI
Page count:
39 x 29 cm

UK Delivery from £2.30 Dispatch from 3 - 4 working days (excluding custom prints)

Free Click & Collect available
Adding to basket… The item has been added

Hardback book about contemporary artist Do Ho Suh’s which explores his artistic practice, with a focus on his incredible two-dimensional artworks and his collaboration with the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) now known as Singapore’s Creative Workshop & Gallery.

Do Ho Suh is known for his large-scale thread drawings in which he recreates the architectural spaces of homes he has lived in throughout his life. This book presents Suh’s creative and technical process in producing the sublime thread drawings as well as discover a wide range of Suh’s 2-D artworks like his pastel rubbings, etchings, lithographic prints, and cyanotypes.

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.