춤추는 사람들 / Dancing People
- 춤추는 사람들
- Dancing People
Painting by Suh Se-ok (born 1927). Ink on Korean paper, 1991.
- Made in: Korea
- Found/Acquired: Korea
- Height: 162 centimetres
- Width: 130 centimetres
Suh Se-ok was the leader of the 'Muklimhoe', a group of ink painters from Seoul University who attempted to explore the abstract possibilities of ink painting in the 1960s. This included Chong Tak-yong (born 1937), Min Kyong-kap (born 1933) and Chang Un-sang (1921-1980). They experimented with different effects of brush and ink on various kinds of paper, trying to imbue their contemporary painting with the spirit of traditional ink painting and playing with the contrast of form and void.
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