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Do Ho Suh’s newest piece is currently on show at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery having been commissioned from the Art Fund and developed with Bristol’s Arnolfini Gallery.

The South Korean artist’s installation allows visitors to explore a sense of architecture in a whole new light. Using fabrics especially chosen based on his own New York apartment, Do Ho Suh explores the idea of ghost-like furniture and spaces, modelled around actual architecture to serve as a memento for the real thing.  The exhibition is currently on and running through until the 27th September 2015 and with free entry, its definitely worth making time for.




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