Myung Keun  Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Myung Keun Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Art Apart | Myung Keun Koh is an artist who creates “photo-sculptures”.  Koh imprints high-resolution images onto transparent plastic forms to create unique structures within the empty inner space.   Koh’s work is a very unique exploration of spaces, structures, and environments all confined within a singular form creating wonderful and stunning visual pieces.

Art Apart | Myung Keun Koh is an artist who creates “photo-sculptures”. Koh imprints high-resolution images onto transparent plastic forms to create unique structures within the empty inner space. Koh’s work is a very unique exploration of spaces, structures, and environments all confined within a singular form creating wonderful and stunning visual pieces.

Myung-Keun Koh, Stone Body, 2006 plexi glass box and film of classical sculpture photographs printed on transparencies (become opaque). Interruption of western culture challenging the weight of cube.

Myung-Keun Koh, Stone Body, 2006 plexi glass box and film of classical sculpture photographs printed on transparencies (become opaque). Interruption of western culture challenging the weight of cube.

Seo-Bo Park, No. 050319, 1995 Seo-Bo Park constructs paintings on Mulberry paper. The color is a combination of traditional Korean ink w/ acrylic paint. While paper is still wet he takes a bamboo stick and en sizes cuts into paper creating ridges, evenly spaced. The layer of blue is the strip that was cut away from red layer. The concept of repeated pattern, color, and empty space is part of the traditional Korean aesthetic philosophy ( balance b/c of empty space & filled space).

Seo-Bo Park, No. 050319, 1995 Seo-Bo Park constructs paintings on Mulberry paper. The color is a combination of traditional Korean ink w/ acrylic paint. While paper is still wet he takes a bamboo stick and en sizes cuts into paper creating ridges, evenly spaced. The layer of blue is the strip that was cut away from red layer. The concept of repeated pattern, color, and empty space is part of the traditional Korean aesthetic philosophy ( balance b/c of empty space & filled space).

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