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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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  • Curator’s Monday 144
Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Curator’s Monday 144
Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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Simon Schubert (b.1976, Germany) - Reigen. Synthetic hair, plaster, Polyurthane foam, acrylic, fabric, metal, wood, leather (2009)
Simon Schubert is an artist based in Cologne, Germany. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schubert’s works imagine architectural settings, common situations and objects, whereas the materials he uses are either simple or sophisticated - white paper folded or mixed media arrangements. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi Collection, London, owns sculptural works in mixed media. In 2008, Schubert received the ZVAB Phönix Art Award for new-comers.
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  • Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
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  • Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
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  • Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
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  • Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Fleur de mains. Polyurethane foam, plaster, enamel, steel, 135x48x30 cm (2009)
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  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Untitled (Sleeping woman). Wood, cast, styrofoam, black colour, artificial hair and glue, 189x95x84 cm (2005-2010)
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  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Woman bathing her hair). Mixed Media, 75x66x290 cm (2006)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Woman bathing her hair). Mixed Media, 75x66x290 cm (2006)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Woman bathing her hair). Mixed Media, 75x66x290 cm (2006)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Untitled (Woman bathing her hair). Mixed Media, 75x66x290 cm (2006)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
Simon Schubert - Untitled (Woman bathing her hair). Mixed Media, 75x66x290 cm (2006)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Untitled (Woman bathing her hair). Mixed Media, 75x66x290 cm (2006)
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  • Simon Schubert - Apnoesie (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Apnoesie (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Apnoesie (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Apnoesie (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
Simon Schubert - Apnoesie (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Apnoesie (2009)
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  • Simon Schubert - Feathered Boy (2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Feathered Boy (2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Feathered Boy (2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Simon Schubert - Feathered Boy (2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
Simon Schubert - Feathered Boy (2010)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Simon Schubert - Feathered Boy (2010)
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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Young-Deok Seo (Korea)
Young-Deok Seo received a BFA in environmental sculpture from University of Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. He makes metal sculptures using only bike chain components, comparing the standardization of modern life to the monotonous repetitive movement of the chain in its original function. By repurposing the chain components in his work, he replaces its functionality as a machine part and gives it new vitality and life. “I use immobile and cold textured form of a body to express our true nature that turned from the human nature to a property,” he says. In 2009, Young-Deok received first place in National Undergraduate and Graduate Students Sculpture Competition. His work has been exhibited in Seoul. (source: Artist A Day) Our sincere thanks to myampgoesto11 for this Curator’s Monday on Artchipel.
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  • Young-Deok Seo - Meditation 2. Iron Chain, 100x30x120 cm (2009)
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  • Young-Deok Seo - Meditation 2. Iron Chain, 100x30x120 cm (2009)
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  • Young-Deok Seo - Meditation 2. Iron Chain, 100x30x120 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11]
  • Young-Deok Seo - Meditation 2. Iron Chain, 100x30x120 cm (2009)
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Young-Deok Seo - Meditation 2. Iron Chain, 100x30x120 cm (2009)
[Curator’s Monday with myampgoesto11] Young-Deok Seo - Meditation 2. Iron Chain, 100x30x120 cm (2009)
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