Madison Museum of Contemporary Art presents an exhibition of works by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh (born. 1962) that will run from February 11 through May 14, 2017.
The selection of works on display is a multi-part installation that comprises large-scale architectural structures, documentary films, illuminated sculptures, and works on paper. The highlight of the show is a full-scale replica of Suh’s New York City apartment and studio created from translucent colored fabric. The artist is renowned for his meticulous, mesmerizing sculptures and installations that relate to his personal experiences living in both Eastern and Western cultures. Suh re-imagines and reconstructs his various homes and creates works of art that highlight the permeable boundary between public and private space.