South Korea, 1956
Image size: 97cm x 97cm
Frame size: 110cm x 110cm
Edition 2 of 10
Signed certificate on verso
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Atta Kim is a photographer who explores notions of identity, time, and existence through the lens of Zen Buddhism. Frequently contrasting notions of subjectivity and objectivity, Kim draws influences from a variety of different schools of thought from concepts of ... see the artist page