Park Seo-bo - Ecriture No 171221, 2017 (detail)

Park Seo-bo

Korea, Republic Of 1931

Painting, Modernism

Park Seo-bo
Park Seo-bo
Korea, Republic Of
September 24, 2013
Bojan is an author for Widewalls. He is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Belgrade, majoring in English studies. He is particularly interested in English linguistics and culture. Bojan is also interested in Photography and Digital Art.

Park Seo-bo, born in 1931, is a South Korean painter, whom many art critics regard as a leader of Korean modernism, and a father figure of Korean contemporary art.

Featured image: Park Seo-bo – Ecriture No. 171221, 2017 (detail). Mixed Media with Korean hanji paper on canvas. 29 1/10 × 21 7/10 in. 74 × 55 cm. Photo courtesy Perrotin

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