09.10.13 by Staff

“The Square” by Seokmin Ko

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

Seokmin Ko’s photographic series, “The Square.” Beautiful.

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

the Square by Seokmin Ko photography

 

Seokmin Ko

Courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International













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  • catolean

    so hip to be square, thank you

  • these are so good

  • Rebecca Tritschler

    i liked these more and more with every image

  • Carol Zhang

    Love the concept

  • Dylan Batty

    genius concept, very similar concept to a couple works at the Camouflage Cultures conference/exhibition earlier this year, justene williams and Shaun Gladwell’s work in particular.

  • newamsterdamjazz

    These works are great and very large format (like 5 feet wide). Extraordinary. http://cnnphotos.blogs.cnn.com/2013/10/06/hidden-presence-in-the-square/

  • awesome

  • annaelle

    woooow





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