Articoli della rassegna stampa di Seung-Hwan Oh

10 11, 2015

‘Impermanence: The Art of Microbiology’ at the Gallery Elena Shchukina, London

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Science and art come together in this ongoing show at London’s Gallery Elena Shchukina featuring Luke Jerram’s Glass Microbiology series and photographer Seung-Hwan Oh’s Impermanence series, which was previously featured here on Lomography.

Opening just last week at the Gallery Elena Shchukina in Mayfair, London, Impermanence: The Art of Microbiology showcases the works of Bristol, United Kingdom-based artist Luke Jerram and Seoul, South Korea-based photographer Seung-Hwan Oh, both of which […]

17 06, 2015

NUOVI SPAZI. APRE NEL TREVIGIANO CREARTE STUDIO. E PER LA PRIMA MOSTRA ARRIVA IL COREANO SEUNG-HWAN OH, CON UNA SERIE DI PARTICOLARI “ESPERIMENTI” FOTOGRAFICI

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CreArte Studio è un nuovo spazio espositivo, sito nel settecentesco Palazzo Porcia a Oderzo (Treviso), nato per ospitare giovani artisti provenienti da tutto il mondo in grado di dialogare attraverso diverse forme espressive. Un luogo di incontro dove nuovi spunti di confronto e discussione possano alimentare il dibattito che ruota intorno alla scena artistica contemporanea.

Il prossimo 19 giugno inaugurerà gli spazi della nuova galleria la […]

12 05, 2015

Haunting beauty of photographs ravaged by mold

cnn.com – WIRED | Margaret Rhodes

Film is an exceedingly delicate material. It’s highly flammable, can’t always go through TSA checkpoints, and, as it turns out, can be easily destroyed by fungus.

A few years ago South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh read a BBC article about this fungus problem affecting film archives. He realized they were right: “I noticed that mold on badly stored film can eat […]

17 11, 2014

THE STATE OF THINGS IS IN A STATE OF FLUX: ARTWORK BY SEUNG-HWAN OH

forthmagazine.com | LILLY BALL

ImpermanenceDefinition

Impermanence is about an idea that all the matter including all the life forms collapse in the spatial-temporal dimension we belong to. The idea was inspired by the second law of thermodynamics (entropy theory). I have found a beauty in it.

By chance, I read an article [on] BBC online [in] 2010 about how fungus threatens […]

25 09, 2014

Microbe Portraits Capture The Gorgeous Interaction Of Photography And Bacteria

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South Korea-based artist Seung-Hwan Oh doesn’t just develop his photographs. He subjects them to the strange, sometimes violent whims of microbes. The distorted, psychedelic images that come from this meeting of bacteria and portraiture look like this […]