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Artist of the moment……Do Ho Suh

Do Ho Suh is an internationally renown sculptor born in Seoul, South Korea in the year 1962. His father is a highly acclaimed regional painter. For his artistic education Do Ho Suh attended Seoul National University earning both a bachelors and masters degree in painting. The artist would relocate to the United States and attend the Rhode Island School of Design and then Yale University.

In some works the artist is not only producing a great work of art, but has great thoughts and insight behind his work, similar to Mel Chin. If you look at the table in the gallery, you can see its being held up by hundreds of people! The work that looks like a long steel coat is made from military identification tags.

This artist is super smart having earned both a bachelors and masters degree on two different continents! In the states he earned his bachelors at Rhode Island and his masters from Yale.

Do Ho Suh is renown for his very large sculpture work and installations.

In this clip we view a work titled “Gate” from the Seattle Art Museum.

The artist splits his time between New York City and Seoul, South Korea.

Do Ho Suh is included in many prominent museum collections including the Whitney Museum in New York City, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim Museum.

In this clip a brief interview with Do Ho Suh and the Tate Modern.

price range information: Works range from $5,000 to $850,000.