The installation is just one part of “Scape Drawing,” a solo show by artist Kim Taiho. The 59-year-old artist told reporters in a press preview last week, “The canvases carry trees, houses and winds in them. They have been painted repeatedly in many layers.”
Taiho drew inspiration from the Buddhist saying, “The landscape of emptiness is the most beautiful landscape,” according to Kumho Museum, where the solo show is presented until June 3.
For more details, visit www.kumhomuseum.com or call (02) 720-5114.
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