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Ki Ho Park: Texture, Photography by  Ki Ho; Shin Suejin Park - Paperback - First Edition - 2007 - from A&D Books and

Ki Ho Park: Texture, Photography

by Park, Ki Ho; Shin Suejin

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Seoul: White Wall Gallery, 2007. Paperback. First edition. Fine paperback with a light bump to the heel; appears to be new and unread. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. Ki Ho Park is a photojournalist based in Seoul. He was an assistant to Bruce Davidson and helped on Davidson's Subway series. He also worked for Magnum. These images are large-in-scale portraits with objects of importance to the subject attached to the print. The catalogue for an exhibition held at the White Wall Gallery, Seoul, April 19 - May 2, 2007. Text and photographs by Ki Ho Park; essay by Shin Suejin. 36 pages; 31 color illustrations; 7.5 x 11.5 inches. Text in English and Korean.


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