Telos, 2005 - Art, Korean - 111 pages
Features artists such as Kea-Nam Cha, So-Lim Cha, Kyung-Yeun Chung and Kyung-Ae Wang, this book throws open the doors to their studios, sharing with the reader their poetic inspirations and studio processes, many of which are unique to Korea.
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