Do Ho Suh | MCA catalogue

Do Ho Suh is known for his large-scale sculptures and architectural installations, which consider notions of belonging, identity and home. Since the 1990s, the artist has created evocative and poignant works that situate the home at the centre of our shared physical and psychological experience.

This publication surveys the artist's practice with reproductions of iconic sculptural works and drawings, and commissioned texts by curators Rachel Kent and Megan Robson, and architectural historian AnnMarie Brennan.

27 x 21.5cm
180 pages

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