This monograph features Moon's works at the 2011 Kukje Gallery exhibition, as well as the artist's selected works from 2001 to 2005. While many of his works depict a scene from childhood and nature, this sense of familiairty is sharpely contrasted by the use of defined lines and blank space: in this 'Landscape Portrait', Moon maps a world in which familiarity can coexist with surreality, and tragedy with nostalgia. Essays, artist statement and biography are included.
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