Catalogue of Koo Bohnchang's exhibition at Kukje Gallery in 2006, featuring photographs of traditional Korean white porcelain, Baekja. To the artist, every piece of artistic object contains a piece of the artist's spirit. As well, Baekja porcelains from the Joseon period symbolise purity and are often considered to be a marvelous artistic achievement. Through photography, Koo Bohnchang attempts to capture the inner beauty of the Korean Baekja and the 'selfless' status of mind of a Baekja porcelain artist. Artist biography is included in the catalogue.
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