Do Ho Suh (hangul: 서도호, born 1962) is a Korean sculptor and installation artist. He also works across various media, including paintings and film which explores the concept of space and home. His work is particularly well known in relation to anti-monumentalism. His works convey his life experiences, including the homes he has lived in and the diversity of the people he has met.
Suh was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1962. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts from Seoul National University in Oriental Painting. He also studied at Rhode Island School of Design, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting in 1994. He began to establish himself into the art scene in New York in the late 1990s. Then, in 1997, he received a Master of Fine Arts in sculpture from Yale University. Suh currently has live-in studios located in London, New York City, and Seoul. Suh was named the Wall Street Journal's Innovator of the Year in Art in 2013. He represented Korea at the Venice Biennale in 2001.
Film and audio
The Biennial Effect: Hans Haacke, Do Ho Suh, Sheela Gowda, Camille Henrot and Roman Ondák in conversationA rare opportunity to hear Hans Haacke, Do Ho Suh, Sheela Gowda, Camille Henrot and Roman Ondák talk about the …
A gauzy red staircase floats high up in a gallery at Tate Modern
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