Seung Mo Park’s sculptures–with their beautifully soft fade and delicate features—are surprisingly made from steel.
Meticulously cutting into several layers of wire mesh, laid about a few finger widths apart, each piece is actually several inches thick. Seung first projects an image to use as a guide, which for his latest Maya series are a range of female faces, after which he cuts and curves each layer by hand.
Seung had his first solo exhibition at the Artside Gallery in Seoul, Korea just last 2005; and since then, has been part of several group exhibitions around the world, including the Ever Harvest Art Gallery in Taipei, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and The Saatchi Gallery and Albemarle Gallery, both in London.
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