This book borrows from the style of a guidebook or textbook to help readers better understand the work of Kim Beom, which questions visual perception and explores the gap between reality and representation. It includes a text by Doryun Chong, an interview with the artist, and images of the artist's work from the 1990s onward. Artist biography included.
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