Taking place at National Galleries Scotland: Modern One, DoHo Suh: Tracing Time will be the largest European exhibition to date of the artist’s work on paper, with artworks spanning 25 years of Suh’s career.
This major solo exhibition by the South Korean-born, London-based artist will be free to visit. It will take over the entire ground floor of National Galleries Scotland: Modern One and will include over 100 works, many never seen before. The artist poses questions such as ‘Where and when does home exist?’ and ‘What defines our sense of place?’
Discover the artist’s compelling and technically innovative thread drawings – in which multicoloured threads are embedded in handmade paper – shown alongside animations, architectural rubbings, paper sculptures, printmaking, watercolours and sketchbooks.
The exhibition also includes an immersive installation of Suh’s famed ‘hubs’; life-size sculptures that recreate physical spaces meaningful to the artist and his life in colourful, translucent fabric. Visitors can move through these innovative installations, giving a real-scale sense of the places which hold significance to the artist.
For more information see Do Ho Suh: Tracing Time.