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Noh Suntag in North Korea – This spectacle involves 100,000 participants

About Noh Suntag Noh Suntag has made it his mission to provide the world glimpses of social, historical and political developments of North Korea, which many people do not get to see. Noh produces photographs that record real-life situations that are directly linked to the division of Korea. Some of his works were in particular …

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North Korea’s Mansudae Art Studio & their overseas projects

North Korea’s art export Artwork from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has always been a trademark for modern socialist realism. Although North Korea is well known for being the most secretive nation in the world, the largely unknown nation is certainly not shy when it comes to publicizing their statues, monuments, grand festivals, and …

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Nadav Kander’s in Kurchatov – This city has never appeared on any official maps

Introduction If it were possible to take a picture of the entire earth’s surface, the mosaic of human co-existence would be a sight to behold. Some areas are military grounds, mining cities or tourist destinations while others are education hubs just to mention a few. It is hard to appreciate that in the midst of …

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Who is Korean painter Sea Hyun Lee?

Sea Hyun Lee’s Between the Red South Korea’s traditional illustrative and art history is immovable; however, cultural and artistic experimentation will always be relentless. Sea Hyun Lee demonstrates his understanding of just how true the above statement is through his art. He manages to join the two forces of past and present together to create …

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Richard Mosse’s Enclave in Congo – Dreamlike & disturbing

Introduction In his work across eastern Congo, Richard Mosse focused on capturing the disturbing images of rebel groups fighting as they move from one place to another. The work displays the devastation brought about by the war such as massacres, refugees, and systematic sexual violence. The entire journey across the country took four years – …

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