Watch Your Step – Modern Sculptures by Do-Ho Suh


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By on April 9, 2012, in Sculpture
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You might want to watch where you’re stepping at Singapore’s Tyler Print Institute which recently hosted a very different kind of “Floor” show. Among the artists featured is Do-Ho Suh, a Korean artist well-known for his thought-provoking sculptures that explore the meaning of individuality and collective force. Suh’s work is greatly influenced by his father, who is a master of traditional literature and calligraphy as well as a professional painter. Some of his most well-know works are Fallen Star, Karma, and Staircase III.













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