An exhibition of the latest works by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh, developed during his second residency at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), will be held from 7 November 2015 to 2 January 2016 at the STPI. The artist will also be giving a talk on 7 November at 2.30 pm.
Known for his large-scale fabric installations using delicate thread drawings embedded in paper, this exhibition will also showcase Suh’s lithographies and rubbings – the latter created using pastels over paper-covered surfaces of seemingly unremarkable objects such as electrical sockets, door handles and lift buttons.
This exhibition, jointly presented by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the STPI, is part of the Korea Festival 2015 in celebration of Korea’s 70th anniversary of liberation and 40 years of diplomatic ties with Singapore. Opening night takes place on Friday, 6 November at 6.30pm with His Excellency Suh Chung-Ha, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Singapore, as Guest of Honour.