Do Ho Suh
Born in 1962 in Seoul, South Korea, Do Ho Suh is an internationally recognized installation artist and sculptor. He studied at the Seoul National University before obtaining an MFA in sculpture from Yale University and a BFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. Do’s artworks are mainly associated with the anti-monumentalism movement.
Do also creates works of art across multimedia, including film, paintings, and video art, often exploring the concept of home, cultural displacement, and space. His works also explore the relation between the human body and architecture. He has exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum, the Tate Liverpool, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Mori Art Museum.
Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s Specimen series draws a lot from his personal experiences as an immigrant from his native country. Do arrived in America in 1991 to study art at the Rhode Island School of Design. His experiences at the school led him to measure spaces to create and establish a relationship with his […]
Do Ho Suh’s Specimen: Sculptures of toilets & bathtubs Read More
South Korean artist Do Ho Suh created an installation based on his New York home. It serves to highlight the permeable margins that are said to disconnect private and public in addition to the normalized concepts of global identity, space and place, diasporic movement, memory, and displacement. Do Ho Su’s biography is the inspiration of
Do Ho Suh – Almost home? An entire apartment recreated in museum Read More