Do Ho Suh: New Works

6 Nov 2015 – 2 Jan 2016

Event times

Monday - Friday: 10am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Cost of entry

Free Admission

STPI Gallery

Singapore, Singapore


Travel Information

  • Clarke Quay Station

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The Embassy of the Republic of Korea and STPI are delighted to present “Do Ho Suh: New Works”, featuring latest works by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh.


 Known for his large-scale fabric installations and sublime architectural compositions of past homes, Suh has seamlessly translated compelling three-dimensional architectural forms into the two-dimensional at STPI, with delicate thread drawings embedded in paper. These reflect the transnational dilemma of home and belonging, malleable spaces and memory, as well as the boundaries of identity. This show is part of the Korea Festival 2015 in celebration of Korea’s 70th anniversary of liberation and 40 years of diplomatic ties with Singapore. The exhibition will also showcase Suh’s lithographies and rubbings – the latter of which he created using pastels over paper-covered surfaces of seemingly unremarkable objects that feature in everyday life, such as electrical sockets, door handles and lift buttons.

Exhibiting artists

Do Ho Suh


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