This illustrated survey of the Korean contemporary art scene introduces 30 of its most compelling and critically recognised artists, whose diverse bodies of work deal with issues such as consumer and popular culture, tradition and national history, society, alienation, and identity.
Compilation, introduction, and artist texts by Miki Wick Kim and essay by Shinyoung Chung. Artists' curricula vitae are provided. With bibliography and notes.
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