Art

Haegue Yang — Tracing Movement review: A blind date diminished by its breadth – London Evening Standard

by Ben Luke

It’s a good moment for the South Korean artist Haegue Yang in London: Tate Modern’s showing a new acquisition of her work and then there’s this, a distilled guide to recent work. Several series are reflected — rather too many, in fact.

Yang’s best known for her works involving Venetian blinds. Two of her Sonic Dress Vehicles feature here, where the blinds are attached to frames on wheels, covered in bells…

Reblogged from the London Evening Standard

Image courtesy of the London Evening Standard

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